Fencing
Requirements vary by Neighborhood Plat. NOTE: Fencing must be approved by the Architectural Committee prior to installation
 
Section II.M. 
 
Rushbrooke South:
  1. Wood Privacy Fences. Standard privacy fences, if installed, must be constructed of wood posts, rails, and pickets with “dog ear” top detail. Fences shall not exceed six feet (6’-0”) in height.
  2. Ranch Rail Fences. Fences on all lot lines abutting the greenbelt (Reserve B) shall be ranch rail fences constructed six feet (6’-0”) in height, with pre-treated yellow pine round rails and posts with black coated vinyl chain link fencing. The remaining perimeter of the lot shall use and be limited to standard privacy fencing as outlined in section M.1. above. Ranch rail fences are not permitted on other lots.
 
Rushbrooke North 1-6:
  1. Wood Privacy Fences. Standard privacy fences, if installed, must be constructed of wood posts, rails, and pickets with “dog ear” top detail. Fences shall not exceed six feet (6’-0”) in height, except for any lot abutting Wolf Creek Estates V and Wolf Creek Estates IV, which shall be eight feet (8’-0”) in height.
  2. Black Iron or Black Chain Link. Fences on all lot lines abutting the greenbelt (Reserve A) may be either black iron or black chain link fencing. (As per the Covenant Amendment made by Rushbrooke Partners, LLC on 01-27-16. This Amendment removed the original item II.M.2 in the Deed of Dedication and Restriction Covenants executed on March 12, 2014).
 
Rushbrooke North 7-8 as revised by First Amendment:
 
Fencing must be approved by the Architectural Committee prior to installation.
 
For any lots abutting the greenbelt (Reserve “A” or “B” in Rushbrooke North 7-8). Sides abutting the greenbelt must use either Ranch Rail or Black Residential Iron fencing (as described below).
 
For all other lots, fencing materials must be either Ranch Rail, Black Residential Iron, or Wood Privacy (as described below) or an approved combination of either Ranch Rail and Wood Privacy or Black Residential Iron and Wood Privacy.
 
  1. Ranch Rail Fencing, when used, must be constructed six feet (6’-0”) in height, with powder-coated black or dark brown posts, or pretreated yellow pine or cedar round rails and posts with black coated vinyl chain link fencing.
  2. Black Residential Iron Fencing, when used, must be a height of five feet (5’-0”). 
  3. Wood Privacy Fencing, when used, must be constructed of wood or steel posts, rails, and pickets with “dog ear” or “capped” top detail. Wood Privacy Fences shall be constructed six feet (6’-0”) in height, except for any section abutting Wolf Creek Estates V and Wolf Creek Estates VI, which shall be eight feet (8’-0”) in height.
 
Fencing between lots must consist of a single unified fence; no two fences of any material running parallel to each other on separate lots will be approved. If homeowners cannot agree, then the fencing between lots must be as described in Section II.M.3. above.