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Frequently Asked Questions

Building

» Can I build on my property?
» How often does the Architectural Review Board meet to review building plans?
» Is there a time limit to build?
» What is the minimum square footage I can build?
» What is the maximum square footage I can build?
» Can I purchase more than one parcel to build a larger home?
» May I select my own builder or must I use your builders?
» Are there deed restrictions on the parcels?
» May I build a swimming pool?
   
Q Can I build on my property?
 
A Yes, you may build on your property. Building Guidelines are in place to ensure that all homes built fit aesthetically within the community.
 
 

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Q How often does the Architectural Review Board meet to review building plans?
 
A The Architectural Review Board meets monthly to review building plans.
 
 

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Q Is there a time limit to build?
 
A There is no time limit or timeframe restriction during which a parcel owner has to start building a home. As a parcel owner, you may start to build a home anytime you wish. You receive fee simple title to your property and may or may not build, the choice is yours. If you choose to build, the construction must be in conformance with our Building Guidelines.
 
 

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Q What is the minimum square footage I can build?
 
A There is no minimum square footage requirement, however the maximum square footage shall not exceed 25% of the gross parcel square footage, plus an additional 15% for recreational structures (see below). To read more about building guidelines, please visit the Building Guidelines section of our website.
 
 

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Q What is the maximum square footage I can build?
 
A You may build a dwelling on a parcel of up to 25% of the total parcel size, plus an additional 15% for recreational structures (see below).

From the Building Guidelines...

Construction of improvements, including, for example, structures, covered porches and associated structures may not have a footprint that exceeds twenty-five percent (25%) of the gross parcel square footage (e.g. if the parcel size is 75' X 135' = 10,125 square feet, the footprint of the structures, covered porches, and associated structures may not exceed 2,531.25 square feet).  Square footage measurements shall include the exterior walls. Recreational structures such as swimming pools, decking, tennis, basketball and volley courts may have an additional footprint of 15% plus any unused portion of the original 25% used for structural improvements.

e.g. structure improvements 25%, recreational improvements may = 15%

e.g. structure improvements 20%, recreational improvements may = 20%

e.g. structure improvements 15%, recreational improvements may = 25%
 

 

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Q Can I purchase more than one parcel to build a larger home?
 
A Yes, you may purchase more than one parcel to build a larger home, as long as the parcels are contiguous (adjoining). If you view our Building Guidelines, you will see that you may build on up to 25% of a residential parcel (e.g. if a residential parcel is 20,000 square feet, then you may build up to a 5,000 square foot dwelling).

You may use the combined total square footage of all parcels if you purchase multiple parcels in calculating the dwelling size as long as the parcels are contiguous (adjoining). For example, if you purchase three contiguous parcels, each having 20,000 square feet, the calculation is as follows:
Parcel 1 - 20,000 square feet
Parcel 2 - 20,000 square feet
Parcel 3 - 20,000 square feet
Total area 60,000 square feet
X .25 (25 percent)...
The maximum total dwelling size permitted is 15,000 square feet.
 
 

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Q May I select my own builder or must I use your builders?
 
A You may select your own builder to build a dwelling for you in Waterside. You are not required to use our builders for construction. However, you must follow our Building Guidelines prior to, during and following construction.
 
 

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Q Are there deed restrictions on the parcels?
 
A Yes, there are deed restrictions on the parcels. They are the Building Guidelines.
 
 

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Q May I build a swimming pool?
 
A Yes, you may build a swimming pool.
 
 

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Disclaimer: Waterside Limited makes no warranty as to the quality of the goods or services or the reliability of the products or services listed above. We have made every attempt to keep the list up to date, but we will not be responsible for errors or omissions.

 
 
 

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