- What is the monthly association fee and what does it include?
The monthly association fee is $185.00 and covers the expense of Cable TV and High-Speed Wireless Internet for each home, the grounds maintenance on each lot and the common areas. This includes landscaping, mowing, plowing, shoveling up to each doorstep, sanding, the irrigation system, and the Clubhouse and its amenities.
- What is the Clubhouse and what amenities does it have?
The Clubhouse is 1800 sq ft. and includes 20 roof mount solar panels which helps offset the heating and cooling costs of the clubhouse. Here, residents can stay both socially and physically active. Within the Clubhouse, residents pick-up their daily mail from the mailbox clusters and can enjoy the full kitchen, the gas fireplace, the flat-screen TV, the library and a multi-purpose area for cards, crafts, and related activities. Located in the lower level, is the fitness center offering state-of-the art cardiovascular, weight and strength-training equipment, where residents can work-out alone or in group classes. The Clubhouse is available for the residents to host gatherings, parties or special events.
- What are the taxes?
$2161 +/- per year for the A Street homes
$2737 +/- per year for the B Street homes
$2657 +/- per year for the C Street homes
$2814 +/- per year for the D Street homes
- Does the Community have an Entrance-Fee?
Yes, each new homeowner pays a $500 Entrance-Fee at closing to The Cottages At Willett Brook.
- Is there additional garage and storage units available to rent?
Yes, the garage and storage units are rented on an annual basis. The garage space is 12 x 22 and is $1800 per year and the storage unit is 10 x 10 and is $900 per year.
- How many homes will there be in the community?
There will be a total of 60 homes which will consist of 6 streets: A, B, C, D, E Street & Journeys Path.
- When will the community be finished?
The date of completion for the community is demand driven and is based upon sales.
- Is this a Condo?
No, this is not a Condo. This is a Homeowners Association and each homeowner owns their land and home, and is responsible for the inside and exterior structure of their home.
- Can you rent your home?
Yes, homes may be rented to persons age 55 years of age or older for a minimum of one month and up to four times per year. All renters must be approved by the Association with a satisfactory background check and a lease must be submitted to the Association prior to the start of the rental period.
- What is the Water and Septic supply?
The water is town/public. Each homeowner has their own water meter and is responsible for paying their water bill, due quarterly to the town. The septic system is private. Each home has their own 1000 gallon septic tank and share a common leach field.
- How long does it take to build a new home?
Depending on the size, 3-4 months from start to finish.
- Can those younger then 55 stay over/visit?
Yes, guests under the age of 55 can stay no longer then 21 consecutive days.
- What is the pet policy?
We welcome your pet; however, no animal husbandry shall be housed or kept on the property, provided, however, that this shall not exclude common household pets. If a Lot owner chooses to have a common household pet, there is a two pet maximum with a sixty-five pound limit for each pet. Dangerous breeds including, Pit bulls, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinchers, Chows, Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies, St. Bernards, Wolf Hybrids, German Shepards, and a mix of any of the above are not permitted, including visiting dogs. All pet waste, must be picked-up from the Owner’s property and Common Areas and disposed of properly. All pet urination shall be conducted in the Owner’s rear or side yard and not in the Owner’s front yard or Common Area. No dog houses, runners or tie-outs are permitted on the property or grounds.
- Are there Protective Covenants & Restrictions for the Community?
Yes, please review the Protective Covenants & Restrictions + Rules & Regulations here.
- What is the internet and phone provider?
High speed internet and cable is provided by Spectrum and the service is included with the HOA dues. Satellite dishes are prohibited.
- Can I add an alternative heat source besides the air/heat pumps and electric baseboards?
Yes, you can add any source that is directly vented through the exterior wall.
- What homes have been sold?
All of the homes on A, B, C and D Street have been sold. Currently, we have 3 home left for sale on E Street. Please visit the site plan here.
- What is available to purchase?
Please visit the Site Plan here.
- How big are the homes on A Street?
The homes on A Street range from 610-640 sq ft. and are on a slab. They also have detached garage and storage space available for rent.
- How big are the homes on B Street?
The homes on B Street range from 700-924 sq ft. and also have an attached 1 car garage. Some of the homes are on a slab and others have a basement that can be finished off for additional square footage.
- How big are the homes on C Street?
The homes on C Street range from 924-1800 sq ft. and also have an attached 1 car garage. Some of the homes are on a slab and others have a basement that can be finished off for additional square footage.
- How big are the homes on D Street?
The homes on D Street are an exact replica of the homes on C Street. They range from 924-1800 sq ft. and also have an attached 1 car garage. Some of the homes are on a slab and others have a basement that can be finished off for additional square footage.
- How big are the homes on E Street?
The homes on E Street are an exact replica of the homes on D Street. They range from 924-1800 sq ft. and also have an attached 1 car garage. Some of the homes are on a slab and others have a basement that can be finished off for additional square footage.
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