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					     SUN CITY TEXAS

              D E S I GN
           G U I D E L I NE S

All interpretive standards, Revisions to Design Guidelines dated July
    27, 2006, and the Design Guidelines dated March 24, 2005 are
                     superseded by this document.




                    DATED
                 October 1, 2007
Sun City Texas Design Guidelines – October 1, 2007

                                       Publisher’s Statement
These Design Guidelines, dated October 1, 2007, consolidate the Design Guidelines dated March
24, 2005, Design Guideline Revisions dated July 27, 2006, and Interpretive Standards developed
by the Sun City Texas Community Association Modifications Committee since the latter date.

The contents of this document are published for the use of the Modifications Committee in its
consideration of applications for changes to the exterior of the home and surrounding property
submitted by Sun City Texas homeowners; and, for the use of the homeowners of Sun City
Texas in planning changes and such application. They have been reviewed by the Covenants
Committee and Neighborhood Representatives Organization, and comments have been
considered and incorporated prior to submission of the completed document to the Community
Association Board of Directors for their approval.

Experience has shown that the Design Guidelines will continue to change. The principal drivers
of this activity are changes in technology, homeowner‟s values and choices, over-riding
regulation, and the continuing effort to improve understanding and encourage compliance.

                                          References Embrace Changes

All references to individuals, entities, dates, events and activities, as may be shown herein,
embrace any change that may occur to them, except as specifically noted. Such change will
apply, in lieu of the original or preceding reference, until it is published in a succeeding Design
Guidelines document, or part thereof.




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                 Sun City Texas Governance Documents
By – Laws:                                                                                               January 26, 2006
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs):                                           August 15, 2002
Community Association Amended Charter for the Modifications
Committee (see Appendix N, herein):                                                                       December, 2006
Community Association Amended Rules and Regulations:                                                        January, 2005
Design Guidelines (this document):                                                                        October 1, 2007




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                                           Table of Contents
CONTENTS                                                                                                                PAGE

Publisher‟ Statement                                                                                                       i
Sun City Texas Governance Documents                                                                                        ii
Table of Contents                                                                                                       iii - v
Preface                                                                                                                     1-6

                                                       ARTICLES

Article 1.        Introduction                                                                                             7-9
1.1     Sun City Texas                                                                                                      7
1.2     City of Georgetown Requirements                                                                                     7
1.3     Required Approvals                                                                                                 8-9
1.4     Definitions of Terminology in Design Guidelines                                                                     9

Article 2.        Residential Design Guidelines                                                                         10-43
2.1     Architectural Character, Modifications to and Maintenance
        of Homes                                                                                                        10-12
2.2     Landscaping I Community                                                                                         12-13
2.3     Landscaping for Homeowner Maintained Lots                                                                       13-19
2.4     Landscaping for Community Association Maintained Lots                                                           19-20
2.5     Walls and Fences                                                                                                20-24
2.6     Ancillary Equipment                                                                                             24-28
2.7     Trash Containers                                                                                                   28
2.8     Signage                                                                                                            28
2.9     Prohibited Structures                                                                                           28-29
2.10 Lighting                                                                                                           29-32
2.11 Pools, Spas, Ponds                                                                                                 33-34
2.12 Barbecues, Fireplaces and Fire Pits - Outdoor                                                                         34
2.13 Decks, Patios, Porches and Courtyards, Architectural Screening, Enclosures
        and Shade Devices                                                                                               34-40
2.14 Trellises                                                                                                          40-41
2.15 Gates                                                                                                                 41
2.16 (not used)                                                                                                            41
2.17 Mailboxes and Lampposts                                                                                               41
2.18 Exterior Painting                                                                                                  41-42

Article 3.        Non-Residential Development Standards                                                                     43

Article 4.       Modifications Committee and Residential Property Owner
                 Requirements                                                                                           44-49
4.1    Residential Property Homeowners                                                                                     44
4.2    Submittals [Applications] for Changes and Additions                                                              44-48
4.3    The Modifications Committee                                                                                      48-49
4.4    Application Fees                                                                                                    49
4.5    Effect of Building Permit                                                                                           49
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Article 5.         Landscape Maintained Cottage Neighborhoods                                                              50

Article 6.         Landscape Maintained Garden Home Neighborhoods                                                          51

Article 7.         Custom Home Neighborhoods                                                                               52

Article 8.         Use of Community Association Property                                                                   53

Article 9.         Non-Liability for Approval of Plans                                                                     54

Article 10.        Compliance Committee and Enforcement of Instruments                                                     55

Article 11.        Changes and Amendments to the Design Guidelines                                                         56

Article 12.        Modifications Committee Subcommittees                                                                   57

Article 13.        Developer‟s Improvements                                                                                58

Article 14.        Sun City Outside Contractor Program – Landscaping                                                       59

Article 15.        Authorizations                                                                                        60-61

APPENDICES

APPENDIX A Building Set-backs                                                                                            62-69
Illustration 1A – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping
Interior and Greenbelt Lots                                                                                                64
Illustration 1B – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping
Interior and Greenbelt Lots                                                                                                65
Illustration 2 – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Up-sloping
Interior and Greenbelt Lots                                                                                                66
Illustration 3A – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping
Golf Course Lots                                                                                                           67
Illustration 3B – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping
Golf Course Lots                                                                                                           68
Illustration 4 – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Up-sloping Golf
Course Lots                                                                                                                 69
APPENDIX B Applications for Modifications Committee Approval                                                             70-73
         1.) B-1 Application for Modification Committee Approval –
             Landscaping and other changes to the exterior of a home                                                     70-71
         2.) Application for Modification Committee Approval of
             Changes in Exterior Paint                                                                                   72-73

APPENDIX C         Approved Inert Materials                                                                                74

APPENDIX D         Reference and Reading Material for Information on
                   Native, Adaptive, Drought Tolerant and Deer Resistant Plants                                            75

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APPENDIX E       Updating the Design Guidelines via Interpretive Standards                                               76

APPENDIX F       Additional Guidelines Applicable to Custom Home
                 Neighborhoods                                                                                         77-78

APPENDIX G       Custom Builders Check List and Submittal Form                                                         79-83

APPENDIX H       Modifications Committee Sub-Committee –
                 Architectural Advisory Group Charter                                                                    84

APPENDIX I       Guidelines for Submissions of Applications for
                 Room Additions                                                                                        85-88

APPENDIX J       Special Conditions for:
     J-1         Cottages Homes                                                                                     89-93
     J-2         Garden Homes                                                                                       94-97
     J-3         Courtyard Homes                                                                                   98-103

APPENDIX K Use of Community Association Property and Grounds:
     Document 2 – Pocket Parks                                                                                   104-105
     Document 3 – Leased Property                                                                                106-107

APPENDIX L       Sun City Outside Contractor Landscaping Program                                                 108-109

APPENDIX M Definitions of Terminology in the Design Guidelines and in Communications
           with the Modifications Committee                            110-115

APPENDIX N       Amended Charter for the Modifications Committee                                                 116-118

INDEX                                                                                                            119-121




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                                                        PREFACE

                                 PHILOSOPHY UNDERLYING
                             LANDSCAPE AND DESIGN GUIDELINES

The allure of the Texas Hill Country lies in its natural beauty and native landscape. Because the
attraction of this area is so closely related to the naturally occurring landscape, we feel it is
important to implement principles that promote the preservation and creation of an outdoor
environment that reflects the essence of this special Hill Country region.

The Design Guidelines have been written specifically for Sun City Texas in an effort to impart to
homeowners the philosophy and vision that formed the community and to promote responsible
design practices. We hope to provide you with information for increasing your awareness of the
Texas Hill Country and your appreciation for the beauty that this setting has to offer. It is only
through appreciation that we can expect to maintain the high quality of development standards
that Sun City Texas has initiated and ensure that the development will mature into a dynamic,
environmentally sensitive, residential community.

                        HOME LANDSCAPES IN THE HILL COUNTRY

Landscape design is made easier with an understanding of the climate and natural conditions of
the Hill Country. When we plan our landscapes to respond favorably to these natural systems,
we are using the principles of xeriscape.

Xeriscape is a concept developed to promote landscapes that conserve water through creative
landscaping, particularly with the use of native plants and plants that have adapted to the area.
Plants that are native to the area not only require less water, but, since they are generally more
robust than non-natives, they require less pesticides and chemical fertilizers. This means a
savings of time and money in yard maintenance for the homeowner and the protection of our
aquifer for future generations. For Sun City Texas purposes Xeriscape also includes a minimum
sod requirement and limited use of rock in the landscape.

Xeric is from the Greek word xeros meaning dry. Xeriscape principles encourage the following
steps when planning a home landscape:
        perform a study and analysis of existing conditions in the yard;
        develop a master plan design;
        select plants that grow naturally in the region or adapt well to the area, with special
            emphasis on drought-tolerant plants;
        mulch planting beds to retain water; and
        plan watering routines to conserve water;

       In Sun City Texas Xeriscape includes:
        meeting minimum sod requirements;
        limiting the amount of rock used in the landscape.

Now, let us take a quick look at each of the natural systems at Sun City Texas and explore how
we can plan a xeriscape--a home landscape that works with our native environment.

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Geology and Soils
The dominant characteristic of the hill country is the abundant limestone. Thin clay soils overlay
limestone rocks and boulders, with large rock outcroppings occasionally breaking through to the
surface. Soils are typically alkaline and benefit from the addition of organic material, but a soil
analysis will provide valuable information about soils in your yard. Learn about native and
drought-tolerant plants that thrive in your soil and you will be rewarded with a more beautiful
landscape and less maintenance. Plan raised beds for vegetables or flowers that might require
richer, rock-free soil.

Climate
We receive about 30 inches of water per year, much of it in fall and spring. Summers are hot
with temperatures typically reaching the mid-to-high 90's. Georgetown is in the USDA
hardiness zone 8 (low temperatures of 10 - 20ºF.), but freezing temperatures usually drop only to
the high 20's or low 30's. The average first frost date is November 28, and the last is March 31.

Native Plants of the Hill Country
The plants that grow naturally in the Texas Hill Country are unique in that they actually prefer
our somewhat harsh growing conditions. During the planning and construction of Sun City
Texas, extensive effort was made to minimize disturbance to existing mature trees, native shrubs,
grasses, and wildflowers. Seeds of native plants were collected from undisturbed areas of the
property and planted elsewhere on the property to restore native vegetation. This preservation
and restoration of the native vegetation will ensure that the community harmonizes and blends
with, rather than dominates, the beautiful natural environment.

The Design Guidelines promote the use of native plants and plants that have adapted to the
region--especially drought-tolerant species. The use of these plants in residential areas will not
only extend the visual character of the hill country throughout the entire community, but it will
significantly lessen the community‟s use of water and pesticides. It is hoped that homeowners
will view the Design Guidelines and the recommended resources for information on native,
adapted, and drought tolerant plants (Appendix D) as an opportunity to preserve this unique
environment.

The use of native and adapted plants in the home landscape means less maintenance for the
homeowner and hardier plants in general. It is important to group plants with similar cultural
requirements and to match those groups of plants with the specific conditions of your house and
yard. Sun-loving and drought-tolerant natives should be planted in sunny areas. Place plants
that need more water in the shadier, moist areas on the north side of the house and where the
gutters drain. Natives can be found that tolerate a range of conditions but most are drought-
tolerant. Most desirable species are now available from local nurseries. Natives can be found in
many forms: shade trees, smaller flowering trees and under story trees, evergreen and berry
producing shrubs, flowering vines and ground covers, grasses, wildflower mixes that produce
waves of different color every few weeks, shrubs and trees with brilliant fall color, and plants
that attract birds, hummingbirds, and butterflies.

After planting, mulch all beds and around all new and existing trees. The mulch helps retain
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Native plants require less pesticides and herbicides but when they are needed, try organic
products. The use of compost and mulch will improve your soil over time and a healthy soil is
the best prescription for healthy plants.

If you wish more information on the native plants of the area, a list of recommended books is
available in Appendix D, or visit the Wildflower Research Center or a local nursery for a first-
hand look. Books and periodicals are available for your use at the Garden Club and Nature Club
Resource Center.

Wildlife
Wildlife is a vital part of the natural ecosystem and living close to open space means developing
an appreciation and a tolerance for visits from wildlife. Songbirds and hummingbirds are
abundant. Armadillo come in the night and dig up grubs and insects, but they usually are not too
destructive. Skunks and raccoons wander around, checking for leftover pet food. Deer will
often munch your favorite plant. Your best safeguard against foraging deer is planting deer-
resistant species or installing deer netting. Putting up a fence in the backyard will not likely
provide effective protection.

                 THE COMMUNITY LANDSCAPE AT SUN CITY TEXAS

You may notice that there are several different types of landscape zones in the community areas
of Sun City Texas. Each zone is appropriate for the use of the area and corresponds to a certain
level of maintenance required.

Generally associated with commercial or amenity areas, “Special Landscape Zones” typically
include a combination of the following Levels of Maintenance. Responsibility for these areas
may lie with the Community Association, Developer, or other entity.

Level I: Highly-Maintained Turf Landscape
These areas typically include irrigated turf grass and planted beds in locations of high visibility
to the community as a whole. Expect weekly mowing of turf during the season, less frequent
mowing when grass is dormant. Irrigation frequency is targeted toward a “green” appearance
throughout season. Level I will receive annual tree maintenance and semi-annual ground plant
maintenance.

Level II: Lesser-Maintained Turf Landscape
These areas typically include spot irrigated turf grass and planted beds in locations visible to a
limited part of the community on a regular basis. Expect an average of 12 mowings annually,
more frequent mowing during the growing season, less frequent mowing when dormant. Spot
irrigation is targeted at insuring survival of turf and plantings, not necessarily a “green”
appearance. Level II will receive annual tree maintenance and semi-annual ground plant
maintenance.

Level III: Cultivated Texas Landscape
Level III areas are considered preserve or native areas with environmentally sensitive recharge
features or provide habitat for endangered species. Residents are prohibited from entering and
from modifying Community Association-owned Level III areas. Residents may not maintain or
alter these areas in any way without written approval of the Sun City Texas Community

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Association Board of Directors. This prohibition is outlined in Article V of the Community
Association Rules and Regulations.
These areas typically include non-irrigated areas where re-vegetation with native grasses and/or
wildflowers has occurred. Prior to seeding, these areas will be “park cleared” to a mowable
height of six inches, including debris clean up. Topsoil will be applied where necessary prior to
seeding. Tree canopy heights will be raised to six feet above ground surface elevation.

Seasonal mowing of native areas will occur not less than 2 nor more than 3 times each year, to
include a strip of not less than 10‟ in width adjacent to residential lot lines. Areas designated
Level III will be scheduled for annual tree maintenance.

Level IV: Native Texas Landscape
These areas will be, for the most part, left in their natural condition. “Park Clearing” will be
performed upon the initial development around these areas with native grass or wildflower seed
mix being applied on a spot basis where scarring or a disturbance of the native vegetation has
occurred. These areas will not be artificially irrigated. Tree maintenance will be performed on
an “as needed” basis as determined by the Community Association.

Level V: Nature Preserve
These areas include parts of the community where development has yet to occur. “Control
Preserve” areas and “Habitat Preserve” areas. Expect no improvements of any kind (except cave
gates) and no on-going maintenance by the Community Association or Developer.

Golf Course
The golf course is divided into three zones. The fairways, tees and greens (Zone 1) fall into the
“Level I” category. The rough areas adjacent to the fairway (Zone 2) also fall into the “Level I”
category. The areas from the outside edge of rough to the adjacent rear lot lines (Zone 3), mirror
the “Level III” establishment and maintenance program. Golf Course personnel are responsible
for the ongoing maintenance of all Golf Course areas.

There should be no expectation, on the part of owners of residential lots, of improvement to or
on-going maintenance of property along the boundary of Sun City Texas by the SCTX
Community Association or the Developer, where such lots abut the community‟s boundary.

                                     THE HOME LANDSCAPE PLAN

The first step in planning your landscape is to prepare a thorough inventory of existing
conditions around your home. Identify existing trees and note shady and sunny areas. Are there
views you would like to protect or enhance? Are there attractive rock outcroppings, and where
are they located?

Next, although it may seem obvious to you, you should list all of your outdoor activities and
include any specific elements you would like to include, such as a barbecue, patio furniture,
raised beds, or fish pond. Do you like to entertain outdoors? Do you wish to attract birds to your
backyard?

As you develop your inventory, consider the importance of location. Consider views from
inside the home, and from front and backyard porches and patios. A good landscape design can

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modify your indoor environment by shading your house in summer and allowing sunlight to
reach windows in winter.

When thinking about a budget, consider the importance of the outdoors. Do you enjoy spending
your leisure time outside? People often are reluctant to consider the exterior as a priority even
though many of us spend much of our time there. Consider investing in a good master plan and,
once the initial landscaping is installed, phasing in your future landscape plans.

Components of the Home Landscape Plan
The landscape plan should include a well thought out planting plan, of course, but plants are just
one component of a complete landscape plan. Other items to consider include irrigation,
drainage, lighting, walls, paved areas, and the elements for recreational or entertainment value
that you listed previously, such as pools, spas, and barbecues. Combined harmoniously, these
components produce a complete outdoor living environment that functions well, and is beautiful
and appropriate for hill country living.

Irrigation
While the native and drought-tolerant plant materials you will be using in your landscape require
minimal water after they are established, the specific requirements vary from plant to plant and
location to location. Group plants with similar water requirements. All plants, including native
plants, need extra water during the establishment period. Even natives appreciate supplemental
watering during long dry spells to look their best. Transplanted trees may require irrigation for
several years before developing a large enough root system to survive sustained periods of
drought. Other small plant materials establish in a year or less.

The irrigation designer will recommend an initial watering schedule, but this is only a guide.
Watering schedules need to be adjusted to compensate for soil characteristics, location and
exposure. Adjust the schedule when it rains and when seasons change. Watch plants for signs of
stress and adjust water accordingly. Plants die from over watering as well as under watering.

Owners may not irrigate the areas beyond their property line. The native vegetation does not
require additional water and too much water can lead to disease and death of the native plants
and aid in the spread of undesirable plant species or weeds. The Association may from time to
time install temporary irrigation systems if needed to establish new vegetation areas.

Exterior Lighting
Exterior lighting within communities in rural areas such as Sun City Texas is a sensitive issue.
To achieve an appropriate balance, lighting should be adequate for residents while preserving the
dramatic nighttime sky. Within the community, home lighting consists primarily of landscape
lighting. Street illumination occurs only at intersections or to illuminate signage. We encourage
you to consult the professionals at the Design Center, your landscape architect, or a lighting
designer for current lighting techniques and equipment.

Minimize lighting within residential yards. Lighting can be a very strong design element, as well
as an element that can provide direction. It is intended to add another level of beauty and
integrity to the landscape. State of the art lighting equipment utilizes glare shields and low
wattage bulbs that conceal the source of light and eliminate glare. Emphasize down lighting


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instead of up lighting. Down lighting has less impact on the night sky. In general, landscape
lighting or low-level path lighting should serve as the primary form of exterior lighting.

Avoid excessive spill lights on buildings, garage doors, driveways, etc. Allow the landscape
lights to create the effect and provide indirect ambient light for visibility.

Walls and Fences
Walls and fences should be unobtrusive and be constructed of approved wrought iron and stucco
materials, as described in these Design Guidelines. These materials allow views to open space to
be preserved, while maintaining privacy.

Swimming Pools and Spas
Consideration should be given to designing pool and spa areas to provide privacy for the owners,
neighbors and golfers. Pools and spas may be sunken below grade using retaining garden walls
provided appropriate drainage provisions are made. Pools and spas should be located within the
rear yard only, and decks must respect the rear and side yard set-back lines unless approved by
the City of Georgetown and the Modifications Committee.




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                                                       ARTICLE 1

                                                  INTRODUCTION

1.1    Sun City Texas

Sun City Texas is an active adult community designed to respect the visual character and natural
surroundings of its site, minimize environmental impact, and use reasonable water and energy
conservation principles, while offering to residents an aesthetically pleasing community. In
order to preserve and enhance these principles, these Design Guidelines are established to
maintain certain standards by which the community may grow and develop.

The Design Guidelines provide an overall framework and a comprehensive set of standards and
procedures to allow the community to develop and progress in an orderly and cohesive manner,
implementing planning concepts and values which are required by regulatory agencies and
desirable to residents. The Design Guidelines establish criteria for the design, size, location,
style, structure, materials, color, and mode of architecture, mode of landscaping and relevant
criteria for the construction and modifications of improvements of any nature. They also
establish a process for judicious review of proposed new developments and changes within the
community.

The Design Guidelines have been prepared by the Sun City Texas Community Association‟s
Modifications Committee and approved by its Board of Directors pursuant to the Second
Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Sun City
Georgetown ("Declaration"), dated August 15, 2002 and recorded in the Official Records of
Williamson County, Texas as Document No. 2002062374, as may have been further amended.
These Guidelines may be changed and amended to serve the needs of an evolving community
pursuant to the procedures set forth in the Declaration and herein.

1.2    City of Georgetown Requirements

Sun City Texas is located within the City of Georgetown. It is the responsibility of the
homeowner to obtain all necessary permits and approvals from the City of Georgetown prior to
beginning work on an approved project. Generally, decks, fences and swimming pools, the
extension of gas, electric, water and waste utilities, as well as any additions to the home, all
require a building permit from the City of Georgetown.

To the extent that any government ordinance, building code or regulation requires a more
restrictive standard than those found in these Design Guidelines or the Declaration, the
government standards shall prevail. Likewise, to the extent that a more restrictive standard than
those found in any government ordinance, building code or regulation is found in these Design
Guidelines or the Declaration, the provisions of these Design Guidelines or the Declaration shall
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1.3    Required Approvals:

       It is the responsibility of each homeowner to comply with all requirements of the Design
       Guidelines in addition to the Declaration and any applicable Supplemental Declarations.
       Homeowners wishing to make any changes to the exterior of their homes are required to
       submit an application to the Modifications Committee.

       An application for approval is required for the following:
              Ancillary Equipment
              Barbecue grill additions
              Concrete Color coating on driveways, sidewalks, and patios
              Decks additions
              Driveway extensions
              Fences, railings, walls and gates including perimeter, privacy, deck, safety and
                  seating
              Flags, excluding the U.S. and the Texas State flag
              Flag mounts
              Gutter installation
              Landscaping including initial landscape plan, sprinkler system installation,
                  plants and trees, vegetable gardens, bed and tree well edging, alterations of
                  grading and drainage
              Lawn objects such as bird baths, bird feeders, bird houses, boulders, statues,
                  exterior wall ornaments
              Exterior lighting, including pathway, motion lights, spot lights, tree accent
                  lights, coach lights
              Solar screens on windows
              Storm doors, security doors and screen doors
              Fountain, Pool, Spa, Pond, Jacuzzi
              Paint to all surfaces of the exterior of your home
              Lattice Shade Arbor (pergola, alumawood, etc)
              Patio enclosures, sun screens, and awnings
              Patio extension
              Paving and masonry work
              Shingles [A sample of the shingle to be installed, at least 9” x 11” in size,
                  must be submitted with your application]
              Shutters
              Skylights and solar tubes
              Trellises
              Walkways
              Walls, including knee walls, seat walls
              Window additions
              Room additions

       This list is not all-inclusive. Should you be uncertain about the need for Committee
       approval, please check with the Community Standards Office before you begin work on
       your project.

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       No work shall commence on any such project until;

                    An Application for Modification and supporting plans have been submitted to
                     and approved by the modifications committee.
                    Approval is received by the applicant (homeowner), signed by the
                     Modifications Committee Chairman or his/her designee.
                    Any required permits have been received by the homeowner, from the
                     appropriate agency of the City of Georgetown.

       All Applications for Modifications Committee Approval must bear an original signature
       of the homeowner. Applications submitted without an original signature, or signed by a
       third-party (contractor) will not be reviewed by the committee.

       Modifications are to be executed in accordance with the approved plan. Any material
       change to the approved plan will require a re-submission to the Modifications Committee
       for review and approval. A material change is one that affects a critical element of the
       plan, such as, but not limited to elevation, color, finish, enclosure, access or egress,
       materials, and method of construction, dimensions, lay-out and change of contractor.

       Failure to comply is the responsibility of the homeowner. With the submission of an
       Application for Modification the homeowner acknowledges that if any work has
       commenced prior to the approval of the Modifications Committee [Modifications
       Committee], he/she will be liable for all costs necessary to bring the work into
       compliance with the Declarations or Design Guidelines, including removal of any non-
       compliant installation.

1.4    Definitions of Terminology in the Design Guidelines

       Refer to Appendix M for definitions of terms and titles included in this document.




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                                                      ARTICLE 2

                               RESIDENTIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES

2.1    Architectural Character, Modifications to and Maintenance of Homes

       a.     Detached Homes: The architectural design of any and all additions, alterations,
              repainting and renovations to the exterior of an existing detached home, whether
              custom designed and built or not, shall strictly conform to the design of the
              original home in style, detailing, and materials. Any such addition, alteration or
              renovation shall be made only after application to, and written approval by, the
              Modifications Committee. (Refer to Article 2.13 paragraphs f, g, h and Appendix
              I for additional information and guidelines. Should the guidelines in the appendix
              and those in Article 2.13 conflict, the guidelines provided in the appendix shall
              apply.)

       b.     Attached Homes: No exterior alteration, addition, or renovation shall be allowed
              on any attached single family home, including Garden Homes, Cottages, and
              Courtyard Homes, without application to, and written approval by, the
              Modifications Committee. (Refer to Article 2.13 paragraphs f, g, h, Appendix I
              and Appendices J-1, J-2 and J-3 for additional information and guidelines.
              Should the guidelines in the appendix and those in Article 2.13 conflict, the
              guidelines provided in the appendix shall apply.)

       c.     Front Of Home Changes: Front of home changes refer to architectural (shutters,
              windows, columns, louvers, vents, garage doors, etc.) and aesthetic (the “look” of
              the front of the home) features that are modified in the area defined. Front of
              Home is defined as the area between the right, front corner and left, front corner
              of home, and includes walls, whether part of a patio, porch or courtyard or not, if
              they are visible from the street, neighboring properties, golf courses or common
              areas. If the home is on a corner lot and the sidewall faces a street, the guidelines
              apply as for the front of the home.
              i.)     Vents and pet doors installed in garage doors are not allowed. Garage
              doors that do not face the street are considered front garage doors.
              ii.)    The installation of “custom security doors” is limited to those providing
              the needed security, while maintaining the architectural and design integrity of the
              home. The Community Standards Office can provide examples of “security
              doors” that will be approved for Sun City Texas. All decorative door patterns
              must be approved by the Modifications Committee.
              iii.)   The installation of retractable screen doors is limited to those made of
              materials that complement the home and the neighborhood. Furthermore,
              retractable screen doors must be mounted directly to the front door opening of the
              residence. In no case will a screened enclosure of the front entry be permitted.
              Screen colors are limited to dark bronze, black, charcoal, taupe or tan. Frame
              colors should match the existing door frame color, house body or trim color.

       d.     No Other Structures: No sheds, shacks, greenhouses, dog houses, gazebos or
              similar free-standing structures will be allowed on any lot.


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       e.     Height: The height of any addition to an existing detached home shall not be
              higher than the original roof line and any such addition shall be attached to the
              home in an acceptable manner. All additions require application to, and written
              approval by, the Modifications Committee.

       f.     Set-back Lines: All additions to single family detached homes shall be built
              within the set-back lines originally established for Sun City Texas or as changed
              by the Developer with the requisite approval of the City of Georgetown, as
              applicable, regardless of more lenient requirements of any local governmental
              authority. These set-backs are set forth in Appendix A.

       g.     Allowed Materials: All materials used in maintenance, repair, additions and
              alterations shall match those used in the original construction of the Homes as to
              color, composition, type, and method of attachment. The Modifications
              Committee may allow substitute materials, including modified exterior paint color
              and shingling, if such materials are deemed by the Modifications Committee to be
              compatible with the theme of the community.

       h.     Lot Drainage/Roof Drainage: When any additions, alterations, or renovations
              are performed to an existing detached home, the lot drainage shall not be altered:
              i.)     As provided for in the Declaration, no homeowner or resident shall alter
                      the natural established drainage on any lot to increase the drainage of
                      storm water onto any adjacent property without consent of the
                      homeowner(s) of the affected property and the Modifications Committee.
                      Please note that the Declaration provides for surface drainage of water in
                      blanket drainage easements affecting all lots.
              ii.)    All new or altered roofs shall drain to the ground solely within the deeded
                      lot area. No roof shall drain directly onto a neighboring property.

       i.     Covered Patios: Homeowners with homes that include a shingle covered patio
              within the footprint of the house, built by the developer or added by an
              independent contractor, may enclose that patio with screening or glass or a
              combination thereof, upon approval by the Modifications Committee. The
              Modifications Committee may approve a patio enclosure that includes the patio as
              part of the existing temperature controlled environment or an otherwise converted
              living space within the home that utilizes the existing heating/cooling, or
              supplemental system in compliance with these Design Guidelines. In these cases
              the homeowner should be aware that the enclosure may void the warranty on the
              homeowner‟s heating and air conditioning system.

              Homeowners that add patio covers made of aluminum, other materials, or a
              composite of aluminum and other materials, and with a metal or metal-foam
              composite roof, either solid or open, may only enclose that patio with screening
              material.

              An application for complete enclosure of a covered patio as described, in the
              forgoing paragraph, will be viewed by the Modifications Committee as the
              addition of living space to the original home. In such case the planned work will

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              be considered as a room addition and will be viewed in terms of its conformity
              with the provisions of Appendix I to this document.

              Any conversion or renovation of a covered patio to a screened patio (or
              window/screen combination) shall be made only after application to, and written
              approval by, the Modifications Committee.             Applicable restrictions to
              encroachment into the set-back area must be strictly adhered to, and are described
              in Appendix A.

              Any patio enclosure where the roof is covered with glass, Lexan or other
              transparent material will not be approved.

       j.     Slope of Roof: No alterations or improvements shall be made which provide a
              flat roof surface (less than 2:12 pitch).

       k.     Resolution of Conflicts:
              Should a conflict occur between the application of this sub-paragraphs i. and j. of
              this Article and Article 2.13 of these Design Guidelines, the provisions of this
              Article shall apply.

2.2    Landscaping – Community

       a.     Landscaping Provided by Developer: Developer has provided, or will provide,
              landscaping in all landscape corridors, the golf course and portions of certain
              other common areas, including natural, re-vegetated, and enhanced open spaces.
              Developer has reserved the right to alter or modify the landscaping in such areas
              from time to time.

       b.     Open Spaces and Preserves: Natural open areas have been designated as open
              space or habitat preserve on neighborhood plats and shall be maintained in a
              natural state as required by regulatory authorities and as described in specific
              permit conditions and in the Declaration imposed upon property within Sun City
              Texas. No homeowner or Resident may mow, fertilize, apply pesticides to,
              maintain, alter or modify any area not owned by the homeowner, including areas
              preserved as an open space or habitat preserve, unless approved in advance by
              Developer or the Community Association in writing.
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       c.     Use of Chemicals and Fertilizers: All homeowners, when maintaining their
              own lots, should comply with the letter and spirit of Sun City Texas‟ policy that
              pesticides and weed control chemicals are to be used sparingly throughout the
              community. Selecting native, drought tolerant plants will help you meet this goal
              as these plants generally require less fertilizer and pesticide use. Pesticides,
              herbicides, fertilizers and other chemicals should never be applied on any
              property not owned by the homeowner. Homeowners living adjacent to habitat
              preserve or open space lots, as designated on the neighborhood plat, are strongly
              encouraged to use fertilizers, pesticides and other lawn chemicals sparsely and
              they should not be applied in a manner that allows the chemicals to enter onto
              such areas, whether through overspray or surface drainage.


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       d.      Preservation of Berms: Berms may have been constructed by Del Webb on the
               habitat preserve lots to prevent drainage from adjacent homeowners‟ lots to enter
               onto preserve lots and in no event should these berms be destroyed or modified.
               No homeowner should attempt to divert drainage through or under the berms or
               otherwise increase or modify drainage flow onto adjacent preserve lots. These
               controls are necessary to preserve the natural habitat existing on preserve lots and
               homeowners living adjacent to preserve lots are encouraged to educate themselves
               about the preserve areas so as to be better able to assist in the preservation of
               these areas.

       e.      Fire Ant Control: Fire ant control should be accomplished by using Logic,
               Amdro, Spectracide or similar non-toxic ant bait products. The Association may
               promulgate rules or recommended times for ant bait application by homeowners
               in order to coordinate efforts against fire ants. Ant bait may be applied in the
               habitat preserve areas only by persons licensed by the United States Fish and
               Wildlife Service. For homeowners who prefer an organic approach to fire ant
               control, pouring boiling water onto the nest is recommended.

       f.      Landscaping by Association: The Association shall be responsible for
               maintaining the Area of Common Responsibility consistent with the Community-
               Wide Standard and additional requirements for habitat preserve areas as provided
               in the Declaration. The Association shall also perform such additional or different
               maintenance as may be required under any Supplemental Declaration, including
               any agreed upon enhanced maintenance for certain Neighborhoods or
               Neighborhood areas as originally designed by Developer.

2.3    Landscaping for Homeowner Maintained Lots:

       All applicants must check off on the Application Form that their landscape modification
       will not adversely affect drainage and that they will take full responsibility for the
       resulting effect of any changes that are made. Approval of a landscape plan by the
       Modifications Committee does not relieve the homeowner in any way from the
       homeowner‟s responsibility for drainage within the boundaries of their property, and
       from their property to surrounding residential lots, common areas, golf courses and public
       streets, sewers and storm drains.

       It shall be the responsibility of the individual homeowner to install full landscaping of the
       entire lot within a period of one hundred twenty (120) days from date of closing, as more
       fully described in the Declaration. Full landscaping includes installation of sod and
       garden beds planted with living plants, vines, and bushes. Garden beds across the front
       of your home (front and side of a corner lot home) and at least two rear or side yard
       garden beds are required, at a minimum. These garden beds must be placed close to your
       home‟s foundation. In addition, garden beds in your yard away from your home‟s
       foundation should be considered (and may be required depending on your lot size) in
       order to create a fully landscape appearance. Garden beds containing plant material shall
       be planted with bushes at the following suggested rate: three five-gallon shrubs or five
       one-gallon shrubs planted for every 100 square feet of bedding area. The homeowner
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       (30) days after the date of closing. The procedures for submission and review of
       landscaping plans are described in Article 4 of these Design Guidelines.

       The following minimum requirements shall apply:

       a.     Use of Living and Inert Ground Covers: Up to fifty percent (50%) of the
              ground surface of the yard may be covered by approved inert materials, which
              shall be installed to a minimum depth of two (2) inches. At least fifty percent
              (50%) of each of the front yard, side yards and back yard must be covered with
              living plants, including vines, sod and bushes.

              i.)        Approved Inert Materials: Approved inert materials are described in
                         Appendix C; additions or variances may be approved by the Modifications
                         Committee from time to time. For the purpose of these Design
                         Guidelines, top soil is not considered an inert material. No artificially
                         colored rock or rock of a color that contrasts with the Community-wide
                         standard color scheme shall be permitted as ground cover. Ground cover
                         or inert material shall not be used to spell out names, nicknames, names of
                         states, athletic teams, slogans, states, emblems, geometric patterns or for
                         any other form of communication. (Appendix C (1) provides an
                         illustration of an acceptable inert materials landscaping layout.)
              ii.)       Spacing of Inert Materials: While up to 50% of a yard area may be
                         covered with Approved Inert Materials, the intent of these Design
                         Guidelines is to avoid large single areas of inert materials. The ratio of
                         50% area covered by living materials to 50% area covered by inert
                         materials should be evenly distributed between and within the front, side
                         and back yards. In no event will an area of inert materials without plant
                         life greater than 100 square feet be permitted. (Appendix C (1) provides an
                         illustration of an acceptable inert materials landscaping layout.)
              iii.)      Planting of Sod: Approved lawn grasses must be planted and maintained
                         on most (approximately 80%) of the property that is within ten feet (10')
                         of the street or road or, with respect to lots bordering the golf course,
                         within ten feet (10') of the golf course. Straight or linear borders between
                         sod and areas covered by inert materials are discouraged and homeowners
                         desiring to install inert materials behind sod are required to install sod in a
                         manner that creates a natural looking transition between sod and inert
                         materials. Examples of acceptable transitions between sod and inert
                         materials are depicted on Appendix C (1).

       b.     Restrictions on Impervious (Paved) Cover: Excessive use of impervious cover
              at front, rear and street side yards will not be allowed. Under the terms of the
              Development Agreement between Del Webb and the City of Georgetown, no
              more than sixty-five percent (65%) of any individual lots may be covered with
              impervious cover, including the home, driveways, walkways, patios, walls and
              other concrete or stone work and pools. No concrete or other paving material
              may be located in driveway areas other than that which is initially included with
              the home. However, additional areas adjacent to the driveway that are restricted
              to use as decorative edging or walkways and which extend the overall driveway
              width by not more than four (4) feet will be considered for approval by the
              Modifications Committee. Plans for ANY concrete work or work with other
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              paving material (except that provided by Developer) must be approved in writing
              by the Modifications Committee BEFORE any work commences.

       c.     Color Coating: Color coating of driveways, sidewalks and patio and porch (if
              not enclosed) floor surfaces is allowed within the following guidelines. In all
              cases, the result of such surface treatment must strictly conform to the design of
              the original home in style and be compatible with neighborhood and community
              standards. Plans for the use of surface coatings are subject to the review and
              approval of the Modifications Committee.

              A selection of approved colors and coatings is available for homeowners to
              review in the Community Standards office. Materials used for color coating must
              be recommended for exterior use on concrete and provide a highly durable surface
              that is resistant to tire wear.

              Sidewalk, patio and porch surfaces can be overlaid with a stenciled pattern or to
              simulate grout lines. The color of the overlay should be compatible with the color
              scheme of the residence body and trim, while achieving the desired contrast.

              With the exception of borders, the color of driveways must be monochromatic
              and can not be overlaid with a stenciled pattern. Color selection is limited as
              previously mentioned for sidewalks. Borders on driveways are allowed, but must
              be, 6”–8” in width, and compatible with the driveway base color and scheme of
              the residence. Borders may be overlaid with a stenciled pattern. Such pattern is
              limited to the simulation of an architectural devised, such as mortar-set brick or
              stone.

              It is the homeowner‟s responsibility to maintain color coated surfaces in good
              repair. Scoring, peeling, cracking and staining that render color coated surfaces
              unsightly will be considered a visual nuisance.

       d.     Drought Tolerant Plants Encouraged: The use of native or locally-compatible
              drought-tolerant and deer resistant species is strongly recommended for all yard
              landscaping. At least fifty percent (50%) of the ground surface of all yards
              (excluding areas covered by Approved Inert Materials) must be covered with
              grasses, perennials, vines, shrubs or miscellaneous plants. Only twenty-five
              percent (25%) of the landscaped area (excluding areas covered by Approved Inert
              Materials) may be covered with non-drought tolerant plants. Any plantings that
              consume higher amounts of water should be grouped together for efficient and
              proper irrigation. (Appendix D lists suggested reference materials and websites
              that may assist you in making your plant selections.)

       e.     Sprinkler Systems: It is strongly recommended that all residential yards be
              maintained by a fully automatic underground watering system. Careful design of
              irrigation systems that use spray heads is highly encouraged. "Drip" systems are
              acceptable for certain shrub and ground cover beds but are not recommended for
              turf areas. Care should be taken to avoid overspray or excessive runoff on patios,
              decks, sidewalks, streets and driveways, structures and windows. Maintained
              Classic lots will be connected to a common irrigation system with adjacent lots

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              and the timing of irrigation and maintenance will be determined by the provider
              of the landscaping services.

       f.     Suggested resource material for selecting suitable Plants for your Landscape:
              Appendix D is a limited list of reading, resource material and websites that
              address native, adapted, drought tolerant, and deer resistant plants. Plant species
              generally must be drought-tolerant. The Board may issue a list of plants
              prohibited in the Community. The Modifications Committee reserves the right to
              disapprove any plant material or other requested material that is not compatible
              with the character of the community or is detrimental to the environment.

       g.     Permitted Grasses: Permitted lawn grasses are: Bermuda Hybrids, Buffalo
              Hybrids, and Zoysia Hybrids. Common Bermuda and St. Augustine grass will
              not be allowed on any portion of the yard area, due to their highly invasive nature.

              Lawns may be over-seeded with Annual or Perennial Rye at the beginning of the
              fall season to maintain an attractive appearance. Suggested reading material for
              selecting a suitable grass for your landscape can be found in Appendix D.

       h.    Fountains: Fountains must meet the criteria below and be approved by the
             Modifications Committee prior to installation:
             i.)     Fountains may be installed in the front, side, rear or courtyard providing
                    they do not detract from the overall landscape theme of the neighborhood
                    and, if placed in the front yard, they are at least twenty feet (20‟) from the
                    front property lot line;
             ii.)  Fountains are limited to a height of three (3) feet above the finished grade
                    of the lot;
             iii.)    Lightweight material, which may be moved or tipped by wind, is not
                    acceptable; and
             iv.) Any fountain shall be of a color and design, which shall be compatible with
                    the overall architectural theme of Sun City Texas (as described in first
                    paragraph of the Preface of this document).

       i.    Statues and Other Accessory Features: Statues, bird baths, and other yard
             ornaments, accessory features or artifacts placed in the front, side or back yard
             areas, except for permissible temporary holiday decorations and those items
             placed in back or side yard areas not visible from neighboring properties or the
             golf course, must meet the criteria below and be approved by the Modifications
             Committee prior to installation.

               i.)       Architectural items that are wall-mounted to the front, rear and sides of the
                         house are permitted, subject to application to, and approval by, the
                         Modifications Committee. In general, the dimensions of such items shall
                         not exceed 36 inches in height, width or diameter. No more than two (2)
                         wall-mounted items are to be viewable from any direction, and no group
                         of items shall exceed 36 inches in overall dimension, as described above.
                         The Modifications Committee, in applying the 36-inch limitation, will
                         consider the proportion of the wall to the item or group of items when
                         making its decision.       Such item(s) must be of natural material.
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                         Lightweight material (e.g., plastic or foam) is not acceptable. Each item
                         must be non-reflective, and finished so as not to rust, fade or damage the
                         finish of the exterior of the home.
               ii.)      Free-standing statues, monuments, ornaments and other accessory features
                         (such as swings, gliders, and hammocks), and artifacts located in the rear
                         and/or side yard and are visible from neighboring properties or the golf
                         course, require review and approval by the Modifications Committee. In
                         such case, statues and other accessories/artifacts in the rear and/or side
                         yards shall not be higher than 36 inches from the finished grade of the lot.
                         Swings, gliders, and hammocks, generally, shall not be higher than 60
                         inches from the finished grade of the lot. On golf course lots no item
                         greater than 36 inches in height may be placed within 20-feet of the rear
                         property line. Items made of lightweight material (i.e. plastic or foam) are
                         not acceptable. Color and design shall be compatible with the color and
                         design scheme of the home. The overall limit of the number of statues,
                         bird baths and other accessories and artifacts visible from neighboring
                         properties or the golf course is ten (10) on any single lot. The items must
                         be distributed throughout the lot.
              iii.)      Bird baths, bird houses (excluding purple martin bird houses and bat
                         houses), shepherds hooks, and bird feeders may be installed in the back
                         yard without Modifications Committee approval, except that on golf
                         course lots no item greater than 36 inches in height may be placed within
                         20-feet of the rear property line. All permissible installations of bird
                         feeders and bird houses shall not be higher than 72 inches from the
                         finished grade of the lot.
              iv.)       Holiday statues, ornaments, monuments, artifacts, and other holiday
                         decorative landscaping items on temporary display shall be allowed for
                         reasonable period of time prior to, during, and after a holiday season. The
                         provisions for Holiday Lighting in Article 2.10 (e.) shall apply.
              v.)        No statues, ornaments, monuments and artifacts or other landscape
                         accessory feature taller than 36 inches in height from the finished grade of
                         the lot may be placed in the front yard.

       j.     Additional Height Restrictions: Lots bordering a golf course are subject to a
              thirty-six inch height restriction on all areas within twenty (20) feet of any
              property line bordering a golf course. This height restriction applies to all
              structures, statues and other accessory features (as provided for in sub-paragraph
              i., above), or vegetation, except native trees existing on the lot at the time of
              closing. Lots bordering a green belt, natural open area or habitat preserve may
              also be subject to height restrictions, if established by the Board, within twenty
              (20) feet of such areas.

       k.     Flags: Two suitable flag mounts of a type and location approved by the
              Modifications Committee are permitted if securely attached to the residence at an
              approved location. Ground-mounted flag poles of any kind, whether temporary or
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              No flag pole may extend so that the end protrudes more than four (4) feet from the
              exterior wall of the residence to which it is attached. All flags must be maintained
              in good condition and should not be displayed on days when the weather is
              inclement. Proper lighting is required for nighttime display of the U.S. flag.

              Flags may be flown at anytime, in accordance with these Design Guidelines.
              Stand-alone flagpoles, either temporary or permanent, are not allowed on
              residential lots in Sun City Texas. The display of flags should be in conformance
              with the applicable U. S. Federal Code, State of Texas Code and/or other state
              code.

       l.     Standard of Maintenance: Landscaping on all residential lots, including natural
              vegetation, shall be maintained to provide a neat and attractive appearance. All
              landscaping shall be maintained in accordance with the requirements of the
              Declaration.

              i.)      Dead or Diseased Trees: Dead or terminally diseased materials and trees
                       shall be trimmed or removed as soon as discovered, after taking
                       appropriate protective measures to avoid the spread of disease, and be
                       replaced as necessary to maintain the appearance of the lot as approved by
                       the Modification Committee. Large dead or diseased trees (greater than
                       eight inches (8”) in diameter) may be replaced upon removal in the
                       homeowner‟s discretion and if the homeowner elects such replacement, it
                       shall be at the homeowner‟s expense.
              ii.)     Healthy Trees: A homeowner may not remove or cut down a tree that is
                       greater than six inches (6”) in diameter, measured twelve inches (12”)
                       from the ground, without approval of the Modifications Committee.
              iii.)    Lawns shall be kept neat and attractive. They must be mowed and kept at
                       a length appropriate for the grass and the season.
              iv.)     Weeds must be controlled in all areas of the landscape including beds and
                       tree wells.

       m.     Screening of Ground-mounted Equipment: Screening all ground-mounted
              equipment (including, but not limited to HVAC units, pool/spa equipment, and
              auxiliary air conditioning equipment) from street view is implicit in Article 1,
              paragraph 1.1 of these Design Guidelines, where the stated intent is “offering to
              residents an aesthetically pleasing community.”

              All ground-mounted equipment provided with the home, or installed during the
              implementation of a plan approved by the Modifications Committee, shall be
              screened by the owner from street. Street view is defined as the direct line of
              view, along the wall, from the street. For corner lots, if the ground-mounted
              equipment is located on the street side it must be screened from front and side
              view. Such screening shall be of plant material or a structure approved by the
              Modifications Committee, the design, materials and color of which is compatible
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              Where a screening structure is used it shall not be of a height greater than four
              feet (4‟) above the finished grade of the lot. All screens shall be located to allow a
              minimum of two feet (2‟) of clearance from the equipment to provide for
              adequate air circulation, but may not encroach or trespass on a neighboring lot
              without written approval from the neighboring homeowner. Approved structures
              are intended solely for use as a visual barrier between the street and the ground-
              mounted equipment they contain. Use of approved structures for storage of other
              equipment, tools or materials is strictly prohibited.

       n.     Plastic Sheeting and Landscape Fabric: The use of solid (impermeable) plastic
              sheeting as a weed barrier or ground cover is not permitted. If landscape fabric is
              used, it must be of woven, geo-textile fabric material type designed to allow the
              free flow of water, air, and gases to and from the soil and shall be covered with a
              minimum two inch (2”) layer of mulch or approved inert material. Installation of
              such inert mulch materials requires approval of the Modifications Committee.

       o.     Vegetable Gardens: Homeowners (except those living in Maintained Classic
              lots, Maintained Garden Homes and Cottages) may install a vegetable or herb
              garden of up to 100 square feet in the rear or side yards. Vegetable gardeners
              should maintain their garden in a manner that is respectful of their neighbors and
              other residents:
              i.)     Vegetable gardens should be designed to not impair the views of others.
                      Vegetable gardens on lots bordering the Golf Course, open spaces, habitat
                      preserves or common areas may be located within the rear or side yard set
                      back only if the plantings are kept lower than three feet above the finished
                      lot grade.
              ii.)    All vegetable gardens should be maintained at all times so as not to
                      become unsightly or a nuisance. Generally, this means keeping your
                      garden free of weeds, woody growth, uncontrolled vines, dead or dying
                      plants and debris, at a minimum. In addition, the use of supporting
                      structure, such as poles, cages and trellises can not employ unsightly
                      materials. Streamers and reflective material can not be used. And, all
                      implements and equipments must be stored out-of-sight.
              iii.)   The placement and structure of the vegetable garden must comply with all
                      provisions regarding drainage, as otherwise described in these Design
                      Guidelines and must be approved by the Modifications Committee.
              iv.)    Temporary deer fencing may be installed around the vegetable garden,
                      subject to the approval of the Modifications Committee. In no case will
                      any fencing higher or supporting structure (stakes) than four (4) feet from
                      the surface of the vegetable garden be permitted. The structure and
                      materials used for temporary fencing must not be visually objectionable to
                      neighbors and passers by. Green or black painted or vinyl coated stakes
                      and meshes are required.

2.4    Landscaping for Community Association Maintained Lots

       a.     Developer or Association Discretion: The Developer or the Association, as
              applicable, will have the sole discretion to make all landscaping decisions for lots

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              receiving landscape maintenance services from the Community Association,
              including, but not limited to, trimming or removing trees or shrubs, planting or
              replanting grass, shrubs trees and other vegetation and mowing, fertilization and
              irrigation schedules. Homeowners may not interfere in any manner with the
              landscaping maintenance provided by the Association.

       b.     Adding Decks or Patios to Community Association Maintained Lots: The
              Owner of a Community Association Maintained Lot may add a wood deck or
              concrete patio or covered patio if approved by the Modifications Committee in
              accordance with these Design Guidelines, including the sections below regarding
              decks and fencing. However, if a deck, patio, privacy fence or patio fence is
              installed by an Owner and was not ordered from Developer at least thirty (30)
              days prior to start of construction, then (a) the homeowner must hire a licensed
              contractor approved in advance by the Community Association to perform all
              work relating to any irrigation lines or equipment affected by the homeowner‟s
              construction, with all plans and construction schedules approved in advance by
              the Modifications Committee, (b) homeowner will be responsible for all expenses
              relating to the alteration of irrigation lines or equipment, (c) homeowner‟s
              contractor will provide the Community Association with a one year warranty on
              all materials and labor used in modifying or replacing irrigation lines, (d) all
              modifications to existing irrigation lines or installation of new lines must be
              inspected and approved by Developer‟s Customer Service Department before any
              lines are covered and (e) the homeowner will be responsible for all landscaping
              enclosed by such construction or fencing, without adjustment in the monthly
              landscaping maintenance fee.

2.5    Walls and Fences

       Except as installed by the Developer, all walls and fences shall conform to the
       Declaration and the criteria set forth in these Design Guidelines and must be approved by
       the Modifications Committee before commencement of construction. The Developer
       will build and design all walls or fences, if any, exposed to arterial streets and
       neighborhood collectors and such walls or fences shall not be modified in any way by the
       homeowner.

       Only the fences described below will be permitted to be constructed by homeowners:

       a.     Backyard Perimeter fences: Black wrought iron fences, in the materials
              described below, may be constructed in the rear and side yard, with the following
              dimensions and characteristics:
              i.)    Height: No taller than four feet (4') measured from the developer finished
                     grade. The vertical members of the fence are recommended to be from 3"
                     to 4" apart, but shall be no less than 2.5" or more than 5" apart from each
                     other. The height of the fence may average 4.5' over the length of a
                     segment constructed on sloping ground. No knee walls or similar non-
                     wrought iron elements will be permitted, except for the columns described
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              ii.)       Fence Materials: Whenever the term “black wrought iron fences” is used
                         in these Design Guidelines, it refers to actual black wrought iron fences or
                         fences with approved substitute materials (including aluminum or steel)
                         giving the appearance of black wrought iron. In all cases the fence posts
                         shall be 2″x 2″.
              iii.)      Columns: No columns shall be closer than 25' apart and must be centered
                         on rear and side property lines (except for corner lots adjacent to the street,
                         where the columns must be centered but will be located along the
                         easement lines), with a column in each rear corner. Stucco columns, not
                         less than 12"x 12" or more than 16" x 16" square, with an optional flat cap
                         shall be permitted. In no case can the columns extend beyond the
                         homeowner‟s property in any dimension.
              iv.)       Color: Colors of the stucco columns shall be selected by the homeowner
                         from an approved list of colors established by the Developer or
                         Community Association. Stucco, stone or any like material used for
                         columns must complement the color and material used in the construction
                         of the residence. Black wrought iron will match existing black wrought
                         iron in the Neighborhood, both in style and color.
              v.)        Small animal fencing may be installed in conjunction with the backyard
                         perimeter fence. It must be black vinyl coated wire with a mesh of 1″ x 1″
                         or greater and not exceed 24 inches (24”) in height. The material and
                         specifications of such an addition require Modifications Committee
                         approval and therefore, shall be included on the homeowners Application
                         for approval for the perimeter fence.
              vi.)       Location: The backyard perimeter fence must extend to each rear corner
                         of the lot and may extend to within fifty-five feet (55‟) of the front
                         property line, however, if the home has a side service door, the fence on
                         that side of the home may be extended closer to the front property line to
                         enclose the side service door, but no closer than fifteen feet (15‟) from the
                         front corner of the garage. In all cases where the fence attaches to the
                         house or a post next to the house, it shall be attached at a ninety degree
                         (90º) angle.

                         For corner lots, the perimeter fence shall extend to the edge of the public
                         utility easement or the rear corner of the house on the portion of the lot
                         adjacent to the street.

       b.     Patio Fences: A Patio Fence, as described below, may be constructed in the rear
              yard to enclose a patio or courtyard area, with the following dimensions and
              characteristics:
              i.)    Length: The length of the Patio Fence may not exceed 50% of the rear
                     width of the house. The Patio Fence may extend up to 3.5' (three and one
                     half feet) beyond one side of the House for door/gate access, but no
                     further. In all cases where the fence attaches to the house or a post next to
                     the house, it shall be attached at a ninety degree (90º) angle. If the
                     door/gate access encroaches into the side yard set-back, an approval from
                     the City of Georgetown may be required.


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              ii.)       Rear Yard Set-back: The Patio Fence may not encroach into the rear yard
                         set back. The rear yard is defined as any point to the rear of the back
                         corners of the living area of the home. A covered porch corner would not
                         be considered the rear corner of the home as defined in this guideline.
              iii.)      Height and Materials for Patio Fence: Patio Fences must be black wrought
                         iron fences no taller than four feet (4') measured from the developer
                         finished grade. The vertical members of the fence are recommended to be
                         from 3" to 4" apart, but shall be no less than 2.5" or more than 5" apart
                         from each other. The height of the fence may average 4.5' over the length
                         of a segment constructed on sloping ground. Wrought iron will match
                         existing black wrought iron in the Neighborhood both in style and color.
              iv.)       Small animal fencing may be installed in conjunction with the backyard
                         patio fence. It must be black vinyl coated wire with a mesh of 1″x 1″ or
                         greater and not exceed 24 inches (24”) in height. The material and
                         specifications of such an addition require Modifications Committee
                         approval and therefore, shall be included on the homeowner‟s application
                         for approval for the patio fence.
               v.)       Privacy fences are not permitted (see Article 2.5 c.).

       c.     Privacy Walls: Privacy walls must be of a material and color consistent with the
              house color and structure, such as stone, stucco or brick. Wood privacy walls are
              not permitted. All privacy walls must be finished on the interior and exterior
              surfaces, and must be attached to the rear of the home. Privacy wall materials
              shall be selected to complement the character of the home and the neighborhood
              in which the lot is located. The permitted height of the privacy wall is six feet
              (6‟) measured from the walking surface of the patio, provided that the overall
              height of the privacy wall may not exceed an overall height of eight feet (8‟)
              above the grade at any point, and when so constructed must be attached to the
              patio surface. Privacy walls can be no more than eight feet (8‟) from the patio
              foundation, and in no case can it encroach into the side yard set-back. A privacy
              wall can be no longer than the width of the patio.

       d.     Pool Fences: A specific pool fence, in accordance with City of Georgetown
              regulations, must be installed as a safety precaution around any pool or spa.
              Black wrought iron fencing will be used, as otherwise provided in these Design
              Guidelines. Such fencing must be included in the application for pool or spa
              installation and requires the approval of the Modifications Committee. The
              maximum height of pool fences is four (4) feet, or if applicable, the height
              complying with local or safety codes (see Article 2.6 b.).

       e.     Community Perimeter Fences: A fence described below may be installed along
              property lines of lots that border the Sun City Community. The perimeter of the
              Sun City Texas Community is defined by metes and bounds description in Exhibit
              “C” of the Development Agreement between the City of Georgetown and the
              Developer, recorded as Document No. 9539292 of the Official Records of
              Williamson County, Texas. A Community Perimeter fence may only be
              constructed along that portion of the property line that constitutes the perimeter of
              the Sun City Texas Community.

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              i.)        Material:
                         Modifications Committee, consisting of pre-cast concrete posts and panels
                         molded in the appearance of wood, installed in accordance with standard
                         specifications of the manufacturer. All panels will have the appearance of
                         solid wood, except that the top panel may have a trellis or similar
                         appearance if approved by the Modifications Committee.
              ii.)       Color: Davis Woodcrete, Pueblo Brown, or an equivalent color approved
                         by the Modifications Committee.
              iii.)      Location: Must be installed on or within one foot (1') of the perimeter
                         property line of the Sun City Texas Community.
              iv.)       Height: All fences along the Community perimeter must be a uniform six
                         feet (6') high.

       f.     Fences Along Property Lines: If a fence is to be built on a common property
              line, or if footings or columns extend across property lines for walls not installed
              by the Developer, written approval from neighboring homeowners (or from the
              Developer for neighboring property owned by the Developer) must be obtained
              stating their agreement to the construction or modification of the wall. Such
              letters shall be obtained prior to and enclosed with the submittal of a request for
              review to the Modifications Committee for any wall located on common property
              lines.

       g.     Developer Installed Fences: The Developer may construct fencing that it deems
              appropriate to protect or screen construction sites, maintenance yards, or
              commercial facilities or other non-residential uses.
       h.     Seat Wall and Patio Bench: A seat wall or patio bench on a patio deck shall not
              exceed thirty-six inches (36”) in height measured from the patio deck. It shall be
              constructed of a material consistent with the natural or artificial stone or brick on
              the home, or in the case of stucco homes, of a color that complements the home.
              In the case of a natural or artificial wooden deck, the seat wall or patio bench shall
              be constructed of the same material as the deck.

              In all cases the installation of seat walls and/or patio benches must conform to the
              set-back limitations described in Appendix A to these Design Guidelines. Seat
              walls or patio benches constructed on a deck or patio may be no less than three-
              feet (3‟) from the property line.

       i.     Walls and Fences Safety Handrails: Homeowners may install free standing
              handrails along tree wells that are adjacent to front entry walk. The handrail may
              have the following dimensions and characteristics:

              i.)        Height, Material, and Color: The handrail may be up to 36 inches (36”)
                         high with a mid rail at approximately eighteen inches (18”) from the
                         surface to which it is attached. The material used must be consistent with
                         approved fencing materials (black wrought iron or substitute materials
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                         The color should match the iron fence and porch railings used in the
                         neighborhood in which it is installed (black or gray).
              ii.)       Installation: It must be mounted securely to the ground by setting the
                         posts in concrete or, in cases where the tree well stone is mortared in
                         place, attached with anchors and bolts.
              iii.)      Developer Installed Safety Handrails: The Developer has installed
                         safety handrails along tree wells adjacent to front entry walks for Sun City
                         Texas residents where a safety issue is present. The design of the handrail
                         installed by the Developer is consistent with other railings or fences
                         approved for the community:
                         Two inch by two inch (2” x 2”) black wrought iron posts no more than
                         four feet (4‟) apart; a black wrought iron mid rail two inch by two inch
                         (2”X 2”); a black wrought iron top rail approximately one inch (1”) thick
                         and two inches (2”) wide.

              iv.)       Homeowner Installed Safety Handrails: Homeowners may install a
                         safety handrail at their own expense. Design specifications and materials
                         shall conform to those for Developer installed safety handrails, as in sub-
                         paragraph iii.) above, and are subject to the review and approval of the
                         Modifications Committee prior to installation.

2.6    Ancillary Equipment

       a.     All additional ground-mounted equipment, including solar heating equipment,
              shall be screened by homeowner from street view and neighboring property by
              plant material of adequate density.

              i.         Roof-mounted equipment (including mechanical, air conditioning, and
                         solar heating equipment) will not be allowed.

              ii.        Window and exterior wall-mounted air conditioners and heat pumps will
                         not be allowed, except that application can be made to the Modifications
                         Committee for their use in the enclosure of an existing or extended patio.
                         Where application is made for their use, the installation must be made in
                         the rear of the patio enclosure, not more than 12” from the floor (measured
                         from the bottom of the unit), and appropriately shielded from view, as
                         otherwise provided for in these guidelines.

              iii.       Sound insulating material may be required for added equipment such as
                         pool pumps and heaters (which shall be installed in the same side yard as
                         the air conditioning unit.)

       b.     No antenna, satellite dish or other device for the transmission or reception of
              television or radio (including amateur or ham radios) signals will be allowed
              outside the Home, with the following exceptions:

              i.)        Antennas whose installation and use is protected under Federal law or
                         regulations (generally, certain antennas one meter or less in diameter)

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                         provided that an application for such an antenna or other device is
                         submitted to the Modifications Committee. The application will only be
                         approved if:

                         First, the antenna or other device is designed to assure the least visual
                         intrusion possible (i.e., is located in a manner that minimizes visibility
                         from the street or golf course and preserves the Community Wide
                         Standard); and

                         Second, the antenna or other device complies to the maximum extent
                         feasible with these Design Guidelines and is within the confines of
                         applicable Federal regulations, i.e., without precluding reception of a
                         quality signal, or unreasonably increasing the cost of the antenna or
                         device.

              ii.)       Satellite dishes one meter (39.37 inches) in diameter in locations approved
                         by the Modifications Committee for rear or side yard locations. The
                         Modifications Committee requests that homeowners make every effort to
                         mount the satellite dish on the roof or fascia of the house. Should a roof
                         or fascia mounted satellite dish have a negative affect on satellite
                         reception the homeowner must apply to the Modifications Committee for
                         special consideration for a pole or ground-mounted dish with
                         appropriately screened pole mounting.

              iii.)      Any transmission cable from a pole or ground-mounted satellite dish to
                         the house must be underground, as provided in the Declaration. The intent
                         of this provision is to prohibit larger dishes which have been disguised as
                         patio umbrellas, boulders, or other artifacts or furniture.

              iv.)       Exterior wiring mounted on the outside of a home shall, preferably, be in
                         conduit, but in all cases it shall be painted to match the exterior of the
                         home in order to make it as unobtrusive as possible.

              v.)        A request for an exterior FM antenna or an antenna that receives only
                         local TV channels must be submitted to the Modifications Committee
                         accompanied by a manufacturer‟s specification sheet and a drawing
                         showing its planned location on the home. In any case, this must be an
                         “under eave” mounted antenna with the wire running directly into the
                         home or attached under the fascia until it reaches the entry point.

              vi.)       Should any installation (either a satellite dish or an exterior TV/FM
                         antenna) require the cable to be routed to the opposite side of the house,
                         such cable must be run through the attic to a point closest to the
                         dish/antenna installation. A drawing showing the cable routing must be
                         submitted for approval and must accompany the Application for
                         Modifications Committee Approval for all satellite dish and other FM/TV
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              vii.)      Installation of Radio Antennas:

                         Certain antennas may be installed on the home and/adjacent property to
                         facilitate the sending and/or receiving of radio signals by residents that are
                         federally licensed Amateur Radio Operators. The erection of such
                         antennas will conform to the provisions of these guidelines. Antennas
                         allowed under this article will support emergency preparedness use or
                         radio communication/listener use and will meet the criterion below:

                         1.   Emissions from antennae will be governed by the Federal
                         Communications Commission Rules and Regulations.

                         2.      Antennas may be of the vertical type or horizontal wire type, or a
                         combination of each, as described below. A maximum of two (2)
                         antennas may be installed on the applicant‟s house and/or adjacent
                         property.

                         Three (3) types of antenna are approved for installation:

                         Type 1 – VHF/UHF Dual Band Vertical Antenna
                         These antennas will not exceed 9-feet in height and 1-inch in diameter at
                         their widest point in their taper, and may be mounted on the eve of the
                         house either at the peak or at the gutter edge. They may also be mounted
                         along the edge of the eve. Type 1 antennas must be finished in a dark
                         color, to include all mounting components. At no time will any
                         attachments or devices of any kind be allowed on Type 1 antennas.

                         Type 2 – HF Ground-mounted Vertical Antenna
                         These antennas will be single-element; ground-mounted; vertical unit and
                         can not exceed 25-feet in height above the developer‟s finished grade.
                         Type 2 antennas will be self-supporting [without guy wires]. Antennas
                         may be constructed of metal, fiberglass, or other suitable material and
                         must be finished in a dark color, to include all mounting components. The
                         greatest diameter of Type 2 antenna at the widest point in its taper can not
                         exceed 3-inches. At no time will any attachments or devices of any kind
                         be allowed on Type 2 antennas. Type 2 antennas are permitted only in the
                         rear of the home, and no more than 10-feet from the slab of the home.
                         Any and all leads, wires or other connections between the antenna and the
                         home will be enclosed in conduit, or otherwise protected as required by
                         applicable building code. That portion of such wiring installed on the
                         exterior of the home will be enclosed in conduit and/or painted the same
                         color as the home.

                         Type 3 – HF Horizontal Wire Antenna
                         Wire antennas may be mounted along the peak of the roof from one side
                         of the house to the other, and no more than 12-inches from the roof
                         surface. Wire antennas may also be mounted around the perimeter of the
                         house under the eves or fascia board. Wire size can not exceed 12-gauge

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                         and will either be bare or coated with a dark color. Associated mounting
                         hardware and equipment, such as end-mounts, eye-bolts, turnbuckles,
                         tensioning devices and insulators are to be of rust and corrosion resistant
                         material, and of a non-reflective color that will blend with the roofing or
                         trim of the home, depending on where mounting is done. In all cases,
                         installation should not be a visual distraction nor should it present a
                         hazard.

                         Mounting should employ tensioning devices that minimize the catenary
                         [sagging] effect and present horizontally strung wire parallel to the
                         ridgeline of the roof, to the maximum degree possible. The connecting
                         wire from the antenna should enter the house at a point closest to the
                         antenna mounting point.

                         3.      Antenna Connection
                         The connecting wire (feed-line), from the antenna to the entry point into
                         the home, will enter the house at either the closest point to a mounting
                         point of the antenna or a point closed to the mid-point of the antenna.

                         In no case will house-to-house wiring for common use of an antenna be
                         permitted, whether above or below ground.

                         4.       Application for Installation of Radio Antennas
                         Applications for changes to the home under this article must include a
                         complete description of the work to be done, with drawings and other
                         illustrative material that may be required to convey a clear understanding
                         of the project. All dimensions, locations, specifications and any other
                         facts pertaining to the application will facilitate its processing and support
                         a timely response.

                         Each antenna application submitted to the Modifications Committee for its
                         review and approval will be considered on its individual merits as
                         governed by this article. The support of the Sun City Amateur Radio
                         Society may be engaged in an advisory capacity, whether the applicant is a
                         member or not. The applying homeowner shall include a copy of their
                         valid Amateur Radio Operators License.

                         5.      Removal of Radio Antennas
                         The responsibility to remove any radio antennas, and associated mounting
                         equipment and wiring from the home, remains with the installing
                         homeowner. When the active use of amateur radio equipment ceases;
                         Amateur Radio Operator License is surrendered, lost or expired; the
                         property is leased or sold; or the licensed operator is no longer in
                         residence for any other reason, antenna (s) and associated equipment and
                         wiring is to be removed within thirty (30) days of such event.

       c.     Pools, Spas and Jacuzzis: All pools, spas and Jacuzzis must be installed
              according to applicable governmental ordinances and will require an approved

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               screen structure, to be attached to the dwelling, or landscaping and may be subject
               to certain set-back requirements. When a screening structure is requested it shall
               be considered an integral part of the architecture and shall match as closely as
               possible the color and materials of the home.

       d.      Rain Barrels (Domestic Rain Water Harvesting): A rainwater harvesting
               system consists of the following components: catchments (roof); conveyance
               system (guttering, downspouts and piping); storage (rain barrel); and, filtration
               and distribution.
                i.)    Rain barrels are to be not greater than 36” in height by 30” in diameter (75
               gallon capacity) and limited to two (2) per house, located in the rear yard.
               ii.)    Harvesting (collection) will be from downspouts only.
               iii.)   Barrels are to be of a color that complements the color of the home.
               iv.)    Barrels, and any associated mechanical equipment, are to be screened
               from the street and neighbors view by plants or latticework.
               v.)     Barrels must be placed on a concrete pad or firm ground to avoid settling
               and tipping, and precautions should be taken to prevent hosting mosquito larvae.

2.7    Trash Containers

       Trash must be stored in covered containers which shall be kept in the garage, except
       when they are being made available for collection, and shall be subject to restrictions in
       Declaration.

2.8    Signage

       Note: All provisions regarding signage can be found in the CC&Rs.

2.9    Prohibited Structures

       a.      Pursuant to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions and/or these
               Design Guidelines, the following structures shall be prohibited from use in Sun
               City Texas:

                         Any permanent or temporary ground-mounted flagpoles (also see Article
                          2.3 k.) , lampposts (gas or electric), basketball hoops, purple martin bird
                          houses , bat houses or any other pole-mounted devices (excluding bird
                          feeders and small bird houses).
                         Any permanent or temporary devices mounted directly to the home and
                          not specifically permitted by other provisions of these Design Guidelines.
                          Such devices may include, but are not limited to bat houses, bird houses
                          and feeders, decoys or deterrents like ridge-mounted owl figures.
                         Any statue, monument, ornament, water feature or similar object on the lot
                          that is visible from the street or by neighbors that is taller than 36 inches in
                          height.
                         Storage buildings, dog houses or sheds.
                         Clotheslines or clothes poles
                         Detached garages
                         Tents of a permanent nature
                         Accessory buildings, including gazebos, guest houses and greenhouses
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                         Electric or electrified fences

               All intended attached structures must receive written approval by the
               Modifications Committee before installation will be permitted.

       b.      Notwithstanding the above, the Developer shall be allowed to install any
               structure(s) necessary for purposes connected with the development of Sun City
               Texas and/or as may be described in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions &
               Restrictions.

2.10   Lighting:

       The single most important principle that permeates all light concepts listed in this Article
       is that lighting that constitutes a nuisance and/or hazard to any homeowner or resident, as
       determined by the Modifications Committee, shall not be permitted.

       In keeping with the spirit of these Design Guidelines the Community Association has
       established a maximum light output for any one side of an individual property within Sun
       City Texas, as follows:

       During the period between one-hour following sunset and one-hour prior to sunrise no
       more than 2000 lumens may emanate from the front and no more than 1200 lumens may
       emanate from the rear or side of any individual property, nor may any more than 550
       lumens emanate from any one light source (single fixture). All residents are encouraged
       to conserve energy by managing the exterior lighting on their property. The period
       described above defines the time within which excessive or inappropriate lighting will be
       considered a nuisance or hazard. The use of exterior lighting following sunset and prior
       to sunrise presents an opportunity to practice conservation.

       The calculation of lumen output levels is to include all light sources on the property, but
       not lighting within the home as may be visible through windows, doors and skylight
       structures; nor exterior motion sensor controlled lighting (see paragraph f., below) that
       does not remain on for more than the shortest possible time setting after triggering motion
       ceases.

       In the event of a dispute sunset and sunrise times are as reported by local new media and
       verifiable by the U.S. Naval Observatory through the National Weather Service at
       (http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/RS_OneDay.html).

       Additionally, lighting must meet the following guidelines:

       a.      The use of colored bulbs (bulbs emitting anything other than white light) is not
               permitted in any application (except during holiday periods described in sub-
               article h., below). The term “white light,” as used in this article, means all coated
               or etched bulbs designed to emit a white light, such as “soft white,” “bright
               white,” “natural light,” and other branded light bulbs. Clear glass bulbs are not
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       b.     Path lighting with low-wattage light fixtures is permitted. Path lighting must be
              either solar powered or 12 volt systems that do not exceed 25 inches in height.
              No two (2) path lights may be closer than six (6) feet from one another. Each
              path lighting fixture shall have no more than a single 20 watt bulb, or LED lights
              with an equivalent lumen output. In all cases path lighting shall be shielded to
              direct the lighting downward.

       c.     Deck and patio lighting with low-wattage light fixtures is preferred. Deck and
              patio lighting may be solar powered, 12 volt system powered, or 110/120 volts
              AC. Regardless of the power source, deck and patio lighting must be within the
              limitations for light output, directionality and placement. Lights are to be inward
              facing (toward the house) with no two (2) lights closer than six (6) feet from one
              another. Each lighting fixture shall have no more than a single 20 watt bulb, or
              LED lights with an equivalent lumen output.

              Deck and patio lighting mounted on railings, seat walls or columns must comply
              with the limitations for front, rear and side yard lighting set forth in the preamble
              of this article. Additionally, illumination must stay within the limits of the
              homeowner‟s property to the maximum extent possible by shielding the arc of
              light that is away from the home. Such lighting, by its elevated nature near the
              property line may create a nuisance to others and contravene the community
              standard that calls for a natural lighted sky.

       d.     Landscape lighting with low-wattage light fixtures is permitted. Tree mounted
              lights shall be shielded from street and neighbor‟s view, and shall be pointed
              downward. Planting bed lighting must be either solar powered or 12 volt systems
              that do not exceed 25 inches in height. No two (2) planting bed lights may be
              closer than ten (10) feet from one another. Each planting bed lighting fixture
              shall have no more than a single 20 watt bulb, or LED lights with an equivalent
              lumen output. Ground-mounted up-lights (to illuminate trees or shrubbery) and
              wash-lights (to illuminate structures such as, but not limited to, vertical surfaces
              of the home, retaining walls, and stairways) are permitted subject to the general
              limitations of Article 2.10 regarding light output, property boundaries, and
              avoidance of visual nuisance,

       e.     All 120 volt fixtures must use low-wattage lamps with a light output of 550
              lumens or less per fixture (except as noted below).

       f.     Exterior spotlights and floodlights may be installed only if connected to a motion
              detector activator. The sensitivity of the activator cannot extend beyond the
              homeowner‟s property lines. Illumination must stay within the limits of the
              homeowner‟s property, as well. Such lights must be equipped with a timer, and
              shall be set to remain on for the shortest possible time after the triggering motion
              ceases.

              In no case shall the luminosity, range or period of illumination of exterior
              spotlights or floodlights create a nuisance or hazard to others, or that the lighted
              area is in contravention of the community standard that calls for a natural lighted

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              sky. The shortest period illumination by such lights is the only acceptable
              standard, managed with a properly set motion detector is a strict requirement.
              The total light output of each spotlight or floodlight bulb must be 550 lumens or
              less.

       g.     Building-mounted light fixtures, including spotlights and floodlights are subject to
              Modifications Committee review and approval, must conform to the architecture
              of the house, and be low intensity. Any enclosure of a light fixture shall be
              designed to conceal the lamp (bulb) and to direct the light downward. In any
              case, the circle of light produced by such installation can not reach beyond the
              homeowner‟s property line.

       i.     Holiday lighting and decorations for celebrations in the months of November and
              December are permitted for between November 15 and the following January 15.
              Lighting and decorations for holidays or celebrations that occur in other months
              of the year shall be permitted for a reasonable period of time prior to, during, and
              after a holiday season, so long as the lights and decorations are not unduly
              obtrusive and do not constitute a nuisance. One week prior and one week
              following the celebrated holiday will be considered the maximum reasonable
              period of time.

       h.     If gutter clips are used for holiday lighting, they must be clear or match the color
              of the gutter and must be taken down with the lights

       j.     Shrubs shall be used to conceal landscape lighting fixtures and junction boxes.

       k.     Polished metal, including brass, copper and steel, exterior lighting fixtures shall
              not be allowed, as they are inconsistent with the theme of all of Sun City Texas
              neighborhoods. However, brushed brass, copper, or brushed stainless steel
              fixtures are acceptable. The objective is that exterior lighting fixtures in color,
              material, size, style and finish should be consistent with the theme of the
              immediate surrounding neighborhood.

       l.     Coach-type lanterns, generally installed by the garage door by the Developer to
              illuminate the driveway, shall be acceptable for later installation by the garage
              door by a homeowner. Such wall lanterns, whether placed by the garage door,
              front door or side door of the home, are subject to the provisions of this Article
              regarding maximum light output from the front, rear or sides of the home. The
              coach-type wall lanterns must be wall switched standard 120 volt fixtures with a
              light output of 550 lumens or less per lantern. These lanterns are acceptable for
              installation if they conform to the architecture of the home and promote the low
              light atmosphere of the community, and require application to and approval of the
              Modifications Committee.

       m.     The installation of lampposts, whether gas or electric, is specifically prohibited, as
              provided in Article 2.9 of these guidelines.

       n.     Applications for additions or changes to exterior lighting must contain:

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               1. The type, number, location and directionality of each light to be installed.
               2. The type, number, location and directionality of each light already in place.
               3. The bulb (lamp) type (halogen or incandescent, clear or frosted), wattage and
                  luminosity expressed in lumens.
               4. A manufacturers cut sheet or illustrated brochure describing each type of light
                  fixture, the principal material used in its manufacture, its color and finish, and
                  voltage requirements [low voltage, standard voltage or solar].
               5. The construction details of any exterior controls to be installed on the
                  property, with a description of the appropriate screening materials to shield
                  them from view.

       Lumens

       Most manufacturers list both the power consumption and lumens on their package. The
       ratings will vary with materials, coatings, benchmark operating voltage, efficiency, etc.

       Note that the lumen values for "soft white" bulbs will generally be slightly lower than for
       standard bulbs at the same power, while clear bulbs will usually emit a slightly brighter
       light than correspondingly-powered standard bulbs.

       An incandescent light bulb (about 2% efficiency) is about one quarter as efficient as a
       fluorescent lamp (about 8% efficiency). Thus, you can obtain the same amount of lumens
       from a lower wattage fluorescent lamp.

       Halogen incandescent bulbs range from 2.3 - 3.5% efficiency. Thus, you may be able to
       obtain the same amount of lumens from a lower wattage halogen incandescent bulb.

       Examples of some acceptable light bulbs for coach-type lanterns:

          25W incandescent = 235 lumens

          40W incandescent coated = 360 lumens, 400 lumens (different manufacturers)

          40W incandescent coated, long life = 455 lumens, 475 lumens (different manufacturers)

          25W incandescent flame coated (exterior) = 120 lumens

          25W incandescent flame clear (exterior) = 150 lumens

          40W incandescent flame coated (exterior) = 300 lumens

          40W incandescent flame clear (exterior) = 370 lumens

          9W fluorescent = 540 lumens

       Examples of some acceptable flood or spot light bulbs:

          45W flood halogen = 520 lumens, 530 lumens (different manufacturers)

          45W spot halogen = 530 lumens
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2.11   Pools, Pool-spas, Spas, Ponds and Jacuzzis

       a.     All plans for pool, pool-spa, pond and spa construction or installation must be
              reviewed and approved by the Modifications Committee before construction
              begins.

       b.     All swimming pools, pond and pool-spas shall be of the in-ground type, except
              above ground spas not to exceed three feet in height above the existing grade level
              may be permitted if the spa will be adequately screened from street view and the
              view of any neighboring property, including lots, Common Areas and any golf
              course.

       c.     All swimming pool, pool-spa and above-ground spa equipment shall be screened
              from street view and view from neighboring property with landscaping or a
              screening structure approved by the Modifications Committee. Street view is
              defined as direct view of Pool or Spa equipment from the street. The exception to
              this definition is for corner lots, in which case the Pool or Spa equipment may
              face the street and must be screened from front and side view.

              Screening structures shall be of a material and color compatible with the design of
              the residence and shall not be of a height greater than four feet (4‟) above the
              grade of the lot if other than plant material or longer than necessary to meet the
              objective of screening the Pool and Spa equipment. All screening structures,
              whether landscape structures, walls, or plant materials, shall be located to allow a
              minimum of two feet (2‟) of clearance from the equipment to provide for
              adequate air circulation, but may not encroach or trespass on a neighboring lot.

              Swimming pools or spas may encroach into the rear yard set-back, but may be no
              closer than three feet from the adjacent property line. Swimming pools and pool-
              spas may not encroach into the side yard set-backs. All swimming pools and
              pool-spas shall be fenced for safety as required by applicable law. Privacy
              fences/walls will not be permitted around a swimming pool or pool-spa (see
              description of permitted fences and walls above). The Modifications Committee
              may require additional plant materials to be planted to screen the pool, pool-spa or
              above-ground spa from neighboring properties.

              In no case may the area between the home, Pool or Spa equipment and the
              screening material be used for storage.

       d.     Pool and pool-spa drains must connect to the street drainage in accordance with
              City of Georgetown requirements. No pools, pool-spas, above-ground spas or
              ponds can be drained onto any golf course, open space or any other property,
              whether common or residential.

       e.     As otherwise noted in these Design Guidelines, the City of Georgetown prohibits
              any construction that causes the lot to have greater than 65% impervious cover.
              Pools pool-spas, above-ground spas, and ponds are considered by the City of
              Georgetown to be “impervious cover”.

       f.     No pools, pool-spas, above-ground spas or ponds will be permitted for homes
              receiving landscape maintenance services from the Community Association,
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               except that above-ground spas may be located on patios or approved patio
               extensions. Such installations require application to and approval by the
               Modifications Committee.

       g.      Ponds shall not exceed 18″ in depth, nor shall they be higher than 36-inches above
               the finished grade of the lot.

       h.      Ponds will have aeration devices in order to assure that there is no stagnant water
               present. Stagnant water is a breeding environment for mosquitoes.

2.12   Barbecues, Fireplaces and Fire Pits - Outdoor

       Wood-burning Barbecues, Grills, Fireplaces, Fire Pits and similar structures are not
       permitted, except at the Legacy Hills Pavilion and as provided for in Appendix F –
       Additional Guidelines Applicable to All Lots in the Designated Custom Home
       Neighborhoods. The use of charcoal for food preparation is permitted. Permanent gas-
       burning fireplaces, fire pits and similar structures may be permitted, subject to review and
       approval of the Modifications Committee and permitting by the City of Georgetown. All
       fireplaces must be equipped with a spark arrestor that prevents the emission of sparks or
       flame, and must be placed so as to prevent fires.

       Built-in barbecue/grill units shall be for cooking only and must be located within the rear
       yard patio or courtyard and must be designed as an integral part of the home. Location
       must be carefully planned to minimize smoke or odors affecting neighboring properties.

       Portable barbecue/grill units can be located and used only in the rear yard of the home.
       Use anywhere else on the homeowner‟s property may occur during participation in a
       Block or Neighborhood event. Units must be removed to the rear of the home as soon as
       they can be safely handled after the event.

       Portable barbecue/grill units must be stored in a manner that is not objectionable to the
       residents of neighboring homes. Units moved from their storage location for use,
       particularly those used on a surface that is not covered by a deck or patio must be
       returned to the appropriate storage location as soon as they can be safely handled.

       All outdoor fires must be natural gas or charcoal. Wood burning, in portable grills or
       barbecues, as described above, is only permitted for the purpose of smoking food.
       Burning wood, or any other matter, in the fireplace at the Legacy Hills Pavilion is
       allowable only during events approved by the SCTX Community Association, and under
       their guidelines.

2.13   Decks, Patios, Porches and Courtyards, Architectural Screening, Enclosures and
       Shade Devices

       The design and approval of structures within the context of this Article has always been
       problematic. The Modifications Committee, in an effort to resolve conflicts and achieve
       clarity, has revised these provisions. The applicable Design Guidelines formerly
       published in Article 2.1 and those in Article 2.13 have been combined in this Article.
       There will be no adverse impact on any changes to homes that have been properly
       applied for and approved by the Modifications Committee, or any impact on changes to
       homes now described in this Article that may be properly applied for and approved by the
       Modifications Committee.

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       The following terms and their definitions have been brought forward from Appendix M
       for the convenience of the homeowners and should be used in combination with these
       Design Guidelines:

              Architectural Screening: A constructed device, such as approved vertical
              lattice, the purpose of which is to separate from view.

              Courtyard: An open enclosure adjacent to a building (as a house).

              Deck: A level surface area without walls and roof connected to the principal
              structure (the home), made of wood or wood substitute material (a composite of
              wood and plastic made to look like wood).

              Enclosure: A constructed area of the home, other than fenced; that may be open,
              as in a courtyard; or, that may be closed, as in a sun room enclosure.

              Patio, Closed: A level surface area connected to the principal structure (the home)
              that was originally created as an open patio. A patio enclosure is, typically,
              composed of a shed roof (a single plane) and curtain wall (a non-bearing exterior
              wall between columns or piers) framing glass and/or screen material.

              Patio, Open: A level surface area without walls and roof. An open patio may be
              connected to the principal structure (the home) or may be free-standing, within the
              limitations set forth in these guidelines.

              Pergola/Arbor: A structure usually consisting of parallel colonnades (columns)
              supporting an open roof of girders and cross rafters. There are branded products
              with solid roofs that are also referred to as pergolas. These are generally
              structures employing a roofing material consisting of foam insulation sandwiched
              between two sheets of metal or plastic material.

              Pitch of Roof: The incline slope of a roof; or the ratio of the total rise to the total
              width of a roof-slope plane, i.e., a 2-foot rise and 12-foot width is a 2:12 pitch
              roof (expressed in the inches of rise, per foot of horizontal run).

              Porch: Usually a roofed open area attached to the entrance to a house, or on the
              side or rear of a house; a roofed platform adjoining an entrance to the house; also,
              a veranda.

              Screen Room: The area under a roofed patio cover that is enclosed by walls
              composed mainly of insect screen.

              Shade Device: An overhead lattice covered structure (see Pergola).

              Sun Room Enclosure: A porch, under the original roof of the home or that of an
              approved addition to the home, which is fully enclosed with walls, composed
              mainly of glass.

       a.     Decks, patios and courtyards should be designed in harmony with the
              architecture of the home.
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       b.     No extensions of decks or patios as constructed by the Developer shall be
              permitted without prior written approval of the Modifications Committee, and no
              extension shall be approved if it is determined to have a material adverse impact
              upon neighboring properties. Overall limitations on total amount of paved area
              (impervious cover) must be maintained for each Lot per City subdivision
              standards for Sun City Texas, and may not be waived by the Modifications
              Committee. Decks or patios may not extend into the rear or side yard set-backs as
              described in Appendix A, unless otherwise approved by the City of Georgetown
              and the Modifications Committee.

              i. Interior and Green Belt, Naturally Open and Habitat Preserve Area Lots:

                         a) Open patios can be located up to three (3) feet from the property line.
                         An open patio is defined as a level surface area without walls and roof. A
                         patio attached to the principal structure cannot be elevated above the first
                         floor level (the first floor level refers to the horizontal surface of the
                         foundation, not the overall first story of the house) of the principal
                         structure; a free-standing patio cannot be elevated more that twelve (12)
                         inches above the developer finished grade level. This applies to level and
                         both upward and downward sloping lots.

                         b) The height of the patio, defined in sub-paragraph a), when in the set-
                         back area may be no higher than six (6) feet above the developer finished
                         grade level at any location around the patio. In the case of a landing (or
                         stoop) extending from a patio elevated more than six (6) feet above the
                         developer finished grade level within the buildable area; such landing will
                         be considered a transition and may encroach into the set-back for the
                         purpose of allowing stairs to extend down from the patio.

                         c) Seat walls, fire pits, grills, hot tubs/spas, and other integrated features
                         may be built on top of the patio in the set-back area. Such structures can
                         not exceed six (6) feet total height (combined height of the patio and other
                         features constructed on the patio) above the developer finished grade
                         level. Features built on top of the patio must comply with specific
                         provisions of the Design Guidelines that may be applicable to their
                         construction and use; i.e., wood burning fireplaces/fire pits are not
                         permitted.

                         d) Porches, patios or raised floor surfaces located more than thirty (30)
                         inches above the floor or grade below shall have wrought iron guard rails
                         not less than thirty-six (36) inches in height in compliance with the City of
                         Georgetown ordinances. The maximum height in 1.2 and 1.3 above does
                         not include the thirty-six (36) inch guardrail required by the City of
                         Georgetown. Guard rails shall conform to Article 2.5.h., i.).

                         e) Lots bordering a green belt, natural open area or habitat preserve may
                         be subject to additional height restrictions, as provided in Article 2.3 j.
                         Additional Height Restrictions.

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              ii. Golf Course Lots:

                         a) Lots bordering a golf course are subject to a thirty six (36) inch height
                         restriction above the developer finished grade on all areas within twenty
                         (20) feet of the back/rear property line. This height restriction applies to
                         all structures and vegetation except native trees existing on the Lot at the
                         time of original house closing.

                         b) Open patios can be located up to three (3) feet from the property line.
                         An open patio is defined as a level surface area without walls and roof. A
                         patio attached to the principal structure cannot be elevated above the first
                         floor level (the first floor level refers to the horizontal surface of the
                         foundation, not the overall first story of the house) of the principal
                         structure; a free-standing patio cannot be elevated more that twelve (12)
                         inches above the developer finished grade level. This applies to level and
                         both upward and downward sloping lots.

                         c) The height of the patio (see patio definition in 2.3 above) in the set back
                         areas may be no higher than three (3) feet above the developer finished
                         grade level at any location around the patio. In case of a landing (or
                         stoop) extending from a patio elevated more than three (3) feet above
                         grade level within the build able area, a landing may encroach into the set
                         back for the purpose of allowing stairs to extend down from the patio.

                         NOTE: A variance request may be submitted to increase the maximum
                         height of the patio up to six (6) feet above the developer finished grade
                         level at any location around the patio in the set back areas. The
                         consideration of a variance request by the modifications committee will be
                         based on unique conditions such as lot size, the sight line of neighbors and
                         other conditions that are discovered during an on-site inspection by
                         members of the modifications committee. The modifications committee
                         reserves the right to increase the distance of the patio from the property
                         line where the height of the patio is more than three (3) feet above the
                         developer finished grade level. There is no guarantee that a variance will
                         be granted by the modifications committee.

                         d) Seat walls may be built on top of the patio in the set back area, if the
                         combined height of the patio and seat walls constructed on the patio does
                         not exceed three (3) feet total height above the developer finished grade
                         level.

                         NOTE: A variance request may be submitted to increase the maximum
                         height of the patio combined with seat walls, fire pits, grills, hot tubs/spas,
                         etc., up to a total height of six (6) feet above the developer finished grade
                         level at any location around the patio. The consideration of a variance
                         request or any part of a variance request by the modifications committee
                         will be based on unique conditions such as lot size, the sight line of
                         neighbors and other conditions that are discovered during an on-site
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                         inspection by members of the modifications committee.                   The
                         modifications committee reserves the right to increase the distance of the
                         patio from the property line where the combined height of the patio and
                         any items listed above is more than three (3) feet above the developer
                         finished grade level. There is no guarantee that a variance or any part of a
                         variance will be granted by the modifications committee.

                         e) Porches, patios or raised floor surfaces located more that thirty (30)
                         inches above the floor or grade below shall have wrought iron guard rails
                         not less than thirty-six (36) inches in height in compliance with City of
                         Georgetown ordinances. The maximum height in 2.4 and 2.5 above does
                         not include the thirty-six (36) inch guardrail required by the City of
                         Georgetown. Guard rails shall conform to the Revised Design Guidelines,
                         dated July 27, 2006, Article 2.5. h.i.).

       c.     Man made screens and shades, if any, must appear as an integral part of the
              building elevation and must be made of materials that complement the home and
              the Neighborhood. Awnings or similar shading are permitted on the side and rear
              of the home if the colors and materials are consistent with the house and
              Community standards, and approved by the Modifications Committee. The
              installation of screens and shading may not extend into the rear or side yard set-
              backs as described in Appendix A, unless otherwise approved by the City of
              Georgetown and the Modifications Committee. Retractable awning or similar
              shade devices that extend into the rear or side yard set-backs as described in
              Appendix A may be permitted if the colors and materials are consistent with the
              house and Community standards, and approved by the Modifications Committee.
              Attached arbors are permitted if approved by the Modifications Committee.

       d.     Solar Screens are limited to dark bronze, black, taupe, or tan and may be placed
              on any side of the home.

       e.     Protection from golf balls for homes on golf course lots is permitted.
              Installation of protective solutions requires application to and approval by the
              Modifications Committee. The requirements of Appendix A regarding set-backs
              must be met in all cases. Screening materials may be clear Lexan or other clear
              and durable material meant for such purpose, as approved by the Modifications
              Committee. Materials shall at all times be maintained in good condition.

       f.    Pergola-covered areas:
             Homeowners may install a pergola (also referred to as a lattice arbor) as a cover
             for their patio or deck. The pergola must be attached to the home. The pergola
             sides and top may be enclosed with insect screen and a screen door. Screening
             may be done when the pergola is initially installed or at a later date. In either case
             application must be made to and approval received from the Modifications
             Committee. Pergolas may not be enclosed with windows or a combination of
             windows and screening at any time. Refer to Article 2.13 paragraphs g. and h. and
             Appendix I for more information and further guidelines that may apply.

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             Patio covers made of aluminum, other metal or synthetic materials, or a composite
             of aluminum or other metal or synthetic materials with a foam core may only be
             enclosed with insect screening material.

             Pitch of roof: The reference in the Design Guidelines to 2:12 pitch is for the
             pitched roof on the original construction of the home. Solid covers, as described
             in the foregoing paragraph, that are warranted to effectively shed water when
             installed at a lower pitch do not have to meet this requirement. In such case, only
             that pitch needed to handle proper run-off is required. Homeowners undertaking
             such installation are alerted to the need for proper run-off to protect their home
             and should consider, very carefully, warrantees provided by service
             contractors/installers.

             Enclosure/Conversion: Solid-roofed covered patios (other than patio areas
             covered by the original roof of the home) may be enclosed by screen or a
             combination of screen and glass when the roof is initially installed or at a later
             date. In either case application must be made to and approval received from the
             Modifications Committee. Where a combination of screen and glass is used the
             glass component(s) may only be the lower portion and/or the upper portion of the
             wall. The glass components are limited in size to panels not to exceed 24-inches
             above the floor and/or 24-inches below the eave, respectively. Exterior finish
             colors must be compatible with the body and trim colors of the home.

             Full enclosure of solid-roofed patio covers with glass or a combination of screen
             and glass is, generally, not permitted. However, the Modifications Committee will
             consider application for such changes, subject to review and recommendation of
             its Architectural Advisory Group (AAG). Such changes, creating all-weather
             living space, are considered additions to the home and will be subject to the
             provisions of Appendix I.

       h.    Enclosure/conversion of patios under the original roof of the home: Any
             conversion, enclosure or renovation of a covered patio to a screened patio or Sun
             Room, (or glass or glass-screen combination enclosure, under an original shingled
             roof) shall be made only after approval of color, materials, and design by the
             Modifications Committee, subject to the restriction in Article 2.13 i., below.

       i.    Enclosure/conversion of patios/porches under the original shingled-roof in the
             front of the home: Porches in the front of the home shall not be enclosed.

       j.     Homeowners with homes that include a shingle covered patio within the footprint
              of the house, built by the developer or added by an independent contractor, may
              enclose that patio with screening or glass or a combination thereof, upon approval
              by the Modifications Committee. The Modifications Committee may approve a
              patio enclosure that includes the patio as part of the existing temperature
              controlled environment or an otherwise converted living space within the home
              that utilizes the existing heating/cooling, or supplemental system in compliance
              with these Design Guidelines. In these cases the homeowner should be aware that
              the enclosure may void the warranty on the homeowner‟s heating and air
              conditioning system.
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       k.      Any patio enclosure where the roof is covered with glass, Lexan or other
               transparent material will not be approved.

2.14   Trellises

One or more trellises may be installed to shield HVAC equipment, Spa or pool equipment, to
shield a patio or deck, and as a free standing trellis as described below, if approved by the
Modifications Committee.

       a.      Trellises used to screen HVAC (see Article 2.3 m.) or Spa and Pool equipment
               (see Article 2.11) shall be of a material and color compatible with the design of
               the residence and shall not be of a height greater than four feet (4‟) above the
               developer finished grade of the lot and shall be located to allow a minimum of
               two feet (2‟) of clearance from the equipment to provide for adequate air
               circulation. At no time may this area be used as a storage area.

       b.      Trellises may be installed to provide a sun and/or privacy screen, and require
               application to and approval by the Modifications Committee prior to installation.
               This type of trellis shall be governed solely by this Article and not by provisions
               concerning patio and/or privacy fences/walls.

                   These trellises are referred to as „sun screen‟ or „privacy screen‟ trellises.
                   Trellises are to be installed on the patio slab (the hardscape surface of the patio,
                    or deck, perpendicular to the wall of the home; not more than twelve (12) inches
                    from the wall; and, may have a height extending to the eaves of the home above
                    the patio or deck
                   Trellises shall have a finish such as natural wood color or a color that is
                    compatible with the color of the home.
                   It is not necessary to have plants or vines growing on the trellises.
                   Attaching a trellis to your house may void applicable warranties from the
                    Developer.

       c.      Trellises may be installed as a landscape enhancement, and require application to
               and approval by the Modifications Committee prior to installation.

                  These trellises are referred to as „landscape enhancement‟ trellises.
                  Trellises are limited to use within the landscape to support climbing plants or
                   vines, plants grown in espalier form, or other plants that require a supporting
                   structure.
                  Trellises are to be a single-plane open structure; of any durable material intended
                   for such purpose; of any color that is compatible with the home and landscape,
                   and, must be self-supporting.
                   Trellises are to be placed parallel with the wall of the home and within Twelve
                   (12) inches of the house slab to avoid the appearance of a freestanding object and
                   to facilitate consistency of trellis placement within the community. The house
                   slab is the foundation structure of the home, separate from a patio extension or
                   any other hardscape surface built outside of the cover or the original roof.
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                   Trellises may have a height extending to the eaves of the home above the patio or
                    deck

       d.      Trellises that are not permitted include:

                   Free-standing trellises, other than landscape enhancement trellises described in
                    paragraph c., above.
                   Any trellis placed within the any set-back area.
                   Arbors, a double-plane open structure, having depth in addition to height and
                    width. Arbors are often, mistakenly, referred to as trellises.
                   Off-patio or deck trellises, whether intended to support plants, or not; and, any
                    trellis not approved by the Modifications Committee.

2.15   Gates

       Side yard access gates must match those within the Neighborhood.

2.16   (not used)

2.17   Mailboxes and Lampposts

       Mailboxes and lampposts other than those installed by Developer, or any alterations
       thereto are not permitted. The color, size, appearance and location of the mailboxes
       installed by Developer shall be preserved and may not be altered, except that white
       lettering with the address (house number) of the owner may be affixed to the mailbox
       without obtaining approval from the Modifications Committee. Alterations that are not
       permitted include the addition of any objects or embellishment by any design or change
       of color.

2.18   Exterior Painting

       a.      Use Exterior Paint Application form (Appendix B2) when requesting approval for
               changes in exterior paint.

       b.      Paint specifications for 100-200-300 series homes:
               Semi-gloss shall be used on the garage and the front door. Flat or low-sheen paint
               shall be used on all on the stucco, the latter providing better UV protection. Flat
               or semi-gloss may be used on all remaining areas. See Appendix B for a separate
               paint application form.

       c.      200 and 300 series homes shall use three colors. 100 series homes shall use two
               or three colors.

       d.      Paint specifications for 100 series homes:
               Homes may be repainted using the original colors from the 100 series, or, stucco
               colors and trim colors can be mixed between 100 series color schemes. Also,
               colors may be selected from the current approved 300 series selections. A
               homeowner may select all new colors from 300 series or mix 300 series colors
               with 100 series colors currently on home. The following additional guidelines
               shall be observed:


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              i)         300 series stucco colors will only be approved for use on stucco and
                         garage doors
              ii)        300 series trim colors will only be approve for use on fascia, columns, or
                         stucco pop-outs
              iii)       300 series accent colors will only be approved for use on front doors,
                         shutters or gable vents.

       e.     Paint specifications for 200 series homes:
              Homes may be repainted a 200 series color scheme, but the homeowner shall
              follow the entire color scheme, or the homeowner may choose to select all new
              colors from the 300 series or mix 300 series colors with the 200 series colors that
              are currently on the home. The following additional guidelines shall be observed:

              i)         300 series stucco colors will only be approved for use on stucco and
                         garage doors
              ii)        300 series trim colors will only be approved for use on fascia, columns, or
                         stucco pop-outs
              iii)       300 series accent colors will only be approved for use on the front doors,
                         shutters or gable vents.

       f.     Paint specifications for 300 series homes:
              Homes may be repainted using the original colors from the 300 series selections.
              If a homeowner chooses, stucco colors and trim colors may be mixed between
              these 300 series color schemes.

       g.     Paint specifications for Custom Homes:
              Homes may be repainted using the original colors from the 300 series selections.
              If a homeowner chooses, stucco colors and trim colors may be mixed between
              these 300 series color schemes.


       h.     Paint chips are available through the Community Standards Office to assist you in
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                                                      ARTICLE 3

                   NON-RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

These Design Guidelines may be amended to incorporate guidelines and restrictions affecting
non-residential development in the Community.




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                                                       ARTICLE 4

                         MODIFICATIONS COMMITTEE AND
                   RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY OWNER REQUIREMENTS

The Modifications Committee has been established to maintain the integrity of the architectural
and design character established by Developer at Sun City Texas. Article XI of the Declaration
of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions sets forth provisions with respect to architectural and
design review, including appointments of committees. Until one hundred percent (100%) of the
Properties have been developed and conveyed to homeowners, the Developer shall have the
exclusive authority to administer and enforce architectural controls and to review and act upon
all applications for original construction within Sun City Texas. There shall be no surrender of
this right prior to that time except in a written instrument in recordable form executed by
Developer. Upon the expiration or surrender of such right, the Board of Directors may, at its
option, either create and appoint a reviewing body or assign such duties to the Modifications
Committee. For purposes of these Design Guidelines, the "Reviewing Body" shall refer to the
Modifications Committee.

4.1    Residential Property Homeowners

       Homeowners are required to submit plans (described below) to and receive written
       approval from the Modifications Committee prior to performing additions, alterations, or
       modifications (a described in Article 1.3) to exterior of existing Homes. Any exception to
       or deviation from the Design Guidelines and any and all other such on-site improvements
       to the exterior of the home and surrounding property not listed in the Design Guidelines
       must be approved by the Modifications Committee prior to starting work.

       It shall be the responsibility of all homeowners to comply with all standards and
       guidelines of Article 2 of these Design Guidelines, as well as all requirements of the
       Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions. A homeowner may be present at
       the time their application made pursuant to these Design Guidelines is considered by the
       Modifications Committee. The Modifications Committee is not required to render their
       decision at such time.

4.2    Submittals [Applications] for Changes and Additions

       The homeowner shall submit a properly completed application form, as provided in
       Appendix B, showing the plans for the proposed improvement as follows:

       a.      For landscape and hardscape plan approval, or amendments to an approved
               landscape plan:

               Homeowner shall submit one copy, each, of the completed application signed by
               the homeowner and landscape plan for the Lot, including;

                   The description and number of all varieties (using common names) of trees,
                    shrubs, ground covers and any other plantings, with their location and size at
                    maturity.
                   The size and location of any boulders or stacked-stone structures placed in the
                    landscape [boulder or stacked-stone structure height may not exceed 36”
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                  The shape, location and elevation above the developer finished grade of any
                   contouring including, but not limited to, beds, berms and mounds.
                  A description of any ornamentation or other man-made feature, not already
                   described, including dimensions, color, materials and height above the
                   developer finished grade [not to exceed 36”]. Inclusion of a photograph,
                   manufacturer‟s cut-sheet or illustrated brochure will assist in review of the
                   plan submitted.

              The landscape/hardscape plan must provide information that allows the
              Modifications Committee to determine if the lot complies with the provisions of
              Article 2.3 a. of these Guidelines (requiring that 50% of the yard area be covered
              with living plants, including vines, turf, and other plants) and, if the plan involves
              the addition of any impervious cover. A calculation of the total impervious cover
              of the lot with the proposed additional impervious cover and information which
              permits the Modifications Committee to determine that the lot complies with
              Article 2.3 b. (the 65% limit on impervious (paved) cover must be included.

              If the purpose of the application is to amend a previously approved landscape
              plan, existing trees and shrubs that are to be retained are to be clearly marked on
              the amended plan, as must the proposed additions and replacements. The removal
              of any other landscape materials, ornaments or features is to be described as part
              of the submittal.

              The initial submittal must also describe the proposed irrigation system, if the
              system is to be installed after original home closing. The location of the
              automatic controller (timer), any valves, and of each sprinkler head and/or emitter
              is to be included in the required description. All irrigation systems shall have an
              automatic controller.

              Where the homeowner proposes to install any hardscape or other impervious
              cover, of any kind, including but not limited to brick, masonry, wood, concrete,
              stone, plastic composite or other inert material, such items are to be clearly
              marked on the plan. A legend is to be provided so that the Modifications
              Committee can easily determine how such materials are to be used, their type and
              location, and the amount of impervious cover that will be used on the Lot, a
              calculation of which is to be included with the application. Samples of materials
              to be used may be required for the Modifications Committee to examine as a part
              of their review.

              Lots have been designed and natural contours have been established to provide
              positive drainage from the Lot and to protect neighboring lots and the
              environment; if the submitted plan proposes to alter the grade of the Lot, proposed
              direction and slope of flow and the location of all drainage structures must be
              indicated on the plan. The homeowner shall hold harmless the Association and its
              governance committees, the Developer, and any Owner of any habitat preserve
              area within the community for any damage caused by the alteration of the grade
              by homeowner in connection with the design or installation of homeowner's
              landscaping, including damage to homeowner's house or property. Homeowner
              will be responsible for any damage caused by any change to drainage they or
              hired contractors may make.

       b.     For changes to lighting: Applications by the homeowner shall contain lighting
              plans that include all specifications necessary for the Modifications Committee to
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              make a fully informed review and render a decision on all applications.
              Information to be included with the application at time of submission is (see
              Article 2.10 - Lighting for additional information:

              6. The type, number, location and directionality of each light to be installed.
              7. The type, number, location and directionality of each light already in place.
              8. The bulb (lamp) type (halogen or incandescent, clear or frosted), wattage and
                  luminosity expressed in lumens.
              9. A manufacturers cut sheet or illustrated brochure describing each type of light
                  fixture, the principal material used in its manufacture, its color and finish, and
                  voltage requirements [low voltage, standard voltage or solar].
              10. The construction details of any exterior controls to be installed on the
                  property, with a description of the appropriate screening materials to shield
                  them from view.

       c.     For changes or additions to the Home (See Appendix I –Guidelines for
              Submission of Applications for Room Additions):

              i.)        Homeowner will submit one copy of the following documents and any
                         other materials that may help the Modifications Committee in the
                         evaluation of their proposed project:

                             A site plan (plot plan) for the property showing the original dwelling,
                              as built.
                             A floor plan for the original dwelling, as built.
                             A floor plan and elevation drawings for the proposed change/addition.
                             A roof plan, showing the method of tie-in to the existing roof structure.
                             A description of the proposed change/addition including the materials
                              to be used, all exterior colors and finishes, and an estimated project
                              schedule and completion date.

                         The homeowner will provide a rendering of the exterior view of the
                         completed change/additions, as proposed. This can be done by original
                         drawing or the alteration of a drawing or photograph of the dwelling as it
                         exists.

              ii.)       Where the change/addition affects the roof or roofline, a roof plan is also
                         required. A building section drawing may be requested depending on the
                         complexity of the change/addition. The change/addition applied for must
                         comply with all other provisions of these guidelines. Particular attention
                         should be made to the impact on impervious cover (Article 2.3 b.) and to
                         drainage (Article 2.1 h. and i.), and must be accompanied by a calculation
                         of the total impervious cover of the lot with and without the proposed
                         modification (or a statement that no additional impervious cover is being
                         proposed) and information which will permit the Modifications
                         Committee to determine that the lot complies with the 65% impervious
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       d.     Other Guidelines:

              i.)        Homeowners are advised to check with the Community Association or
                         Developer to make sure they have the most recent version of the Design
                         Guidelines. The Modifications Committee encourages each homeowner
                         to do so before preparing an application.

              ii.)       Homeowners are advised that the City of Georgetown may require certain
                         permits, depending on the proposed change, alteration or addition. It is
                         the homeowner's responsibility to comply with permit requirements.
                         Where the homeowner plans to employ a contractor or other third-party, to
                         execute the proposed project plan, compliance with the City of
                         Georgetown requirements and these guidelines remains with the
                         homeowner.

                         The Modifications Committee may require a copy of any such required
                         permits prior to initiation of any work on the approved project.
                         Homeowners should contact the appropriate city department for further
                         information.

              iii.)      Prior to submission of a request for a permit to be issued by the
                         appropriate City of Georgetown department, homeowner will obtain the
                         approval of the Modifications Committee of any plans, changes,
                         alterations or additions to their property and/or dwelling. The City of
                         Georgetown may not grant a permit without evidence that the
                         Modifications Committee has approved an application for the planned
                         work.

              iv.)       Any permit issued or approval granted by a City of Georgetown or
                         Williamson County agency shall, in no manner whatsoever, bind the
                         Modifications Committee with respect to an application currently before
                         it, or already acted upon. The Modifications Committee shall be fully
                         independent and will have full authority and discretion for approval or
                         denial of any such matters. Furthermore, where the Design Guidelines or
                         the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions are more
                         restrictive than regulations of any regulating agency, the Design
                         Guidelines or Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, as
                         applicable, will apply.

              v.)        The homeowner is responsible for all activities involved in the
                         modification of their home and property, whether the work is performed
                         by them or third-parties (contractors (licensed or not), friends, family,
                         neighbors or others). Such activities include, but are not limited, to the
                         following:

                             The completion and submission of an Application for Modification,
                              and compliance with the Modifications Committee approval, approval
                              with comments or denial.
                             Execution of the plan submitted as approved or approved with
                              comments.
                             The placement and storage of materials and/or equipment, including;
                              the prohibited use of city streets without specific permitting by the
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                              appropriate City of Georgetown Agency; and the consequent damage
                              to hardscape and turf covered areas by misplacement, improper
                              unloading and movement across the property.
                             General maintenance of the work site, including removal of trash,
                              creation of hazards, management of products and materials that may
                              be hazardous to the environment and creation of a nuisance beyond
                              that reasonably expected during the approved construction/landscaping
                              activity.

4.3    The Modifications Committee

       The Modifications Committee is the reviewing body and it may review such applications
       without a hearing. The review shall be based on the information contained within each
       application.
           Every effort shall be made to respond within thirty (30) days and in all cases, the
              response shall be issued within sixty (60) days.
           One hundred-twenty (120) days from the date of approval will be allowed for
              completion of the project applied for, and approved by the Modifications
              Committee; failure to complete the approved project in the time allowed will
              require re-submission for extension to the Modifications Committee. The length
              of any extension that may be granted by the Modifications Committee will be
              solely at their discretion. The sole exception to this requirement is the period
              allowed for completion of the original landscaping of homeowner maintained
              lots, as provided for in Article 2.3.
           The decision of the Modifications Committee shall be final on all matters
              submitted to it.

       a.     The Modifications Committee may authorize variances (in writing) from the
              Design Guidelines for a particular homeowner where unique circumstances exist,
              such as: unusual topography; natural obstructions; hardship considerations;
              seemingly too strict or too precise a requirement in light of the particular
              circumstances under review; aesthetic and/or environmental considerations; other
              considerations as decided by the Modifications Committee.

       b.     The construction or installation of a proposal in accordance with an approved
              variance must be consistent with the purposes of the Declaration of Covenants,
              Conditions & Restrictions and compatible with the surrounding neighborhood as
              determined by the Modifications Committee.

       c.     All decisions in granting or not granting a variance shall be made by the
              Modifications Committee and shall be final.

       d.     The membership of the Modifications Committee will change from time-to-time
              as terms expire, resignations are offered and accepted, or for other reasons that are
              not apparent at this time. At all times the Modifications Committee will adhere
              to its understanding and interpretation of these Design Guidelines, the Declaration
              of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, By-Laws, and all other rules of Sun City
              Texas as closely as possible. The granting/approval of variances from these
              Design Guidelines will be made in strict conformance with the authority given the
              Modifications Committee by the Sun City Texas Community Association Board
              of Directors in the Amended Charter approved in December 2006. Approval of
              proposals with or without variances, including plans and specifications, drawings
              for work done or proposed, or in connection with any other matter requiring
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                  approval, shall not constitute a waiver of the right to withhold approval as to any
                  similar proposals or matters subsequently. All changes in interpretation shall be
                  applied prospectively only.

       e.         Should the Modifications Committee permit non-conforming improvements
                  through error, the approval shall not be construed as a waiver of the Design
                  Guidelines in any way for future submittals. But, once a proposal is approved, it
                  is final for that application.

                  a.         "APPROVED (request is approved)” and permit is issued;
                  b.         "APPROVED AS NOTED (approved subject to noted conditions)” and
                             permit is issued;
                  c.         "DISAPPROVED (not approved and may be resubmitted)”.

4.4    Application Fee

       The application fee for Modifications Committee review is $30. This is a one-time
       charge per homeowner per lot, Effective January 1, 2007.

                 If a homeowner moves to a new home in the community an Application Fee of
                  $30 will be due, whether a fee was paid for their previous home or not.
                 If a homeowner owns more than one home in the community an Application Fee
                  will be due for each home, whether occupied by the homeowner as their principal
                  residence, alternative residence, or held as a property for lease or rental.

       The purpose of the Application Fee is to offset the cost of administration of application,
       and application materials and services. Application materials and services may include,
       but are not limited to paper, printing and copying, courier and postage expenses, and
       document maintenance materials.

       The fee is to be submitted with the initial application and is non-refundable. Applications
       will not be reviewed and acted upon by the Modifications Committee if the fee is not
       paid. Fees can be paid, and applications may be delivered, to the front desk at the
       Community Association office, or mailed to the following address:

                                        Sun City Texas Community Association
                                        Modifications Committee
                                        2 Texas Drive, Building A
                                        Georgetown, Texas 78633

4.5    Effect of Building Permit

       If the plans submitted by a homeowner require a building permit, under the aegis of a
       City of Georgetown or Williamson County agency, the approval by the Modifications
       Committee is not a guarantee that such plans will be approved by such agency. If the
       permitting agency requires modification to such plans, such modifications must also be
       approved by the Modifications Committee for the homeowner to remain in compliance
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                                                       ARTICLE 5

             LANDSCAPE MAINTAINED COTTAGE NEIGHBORHOODS

These Design Guidelines apply to all exterior changes to Cottage Homes except as provided in
Appendix J1. Appendix J1 describes Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R) specific
to Cottage Homes. It has been included in the Design Guidelines as an Appendix to provide
information to Cottage Homeowners. Any questions about the content of the document should
be referred to the Community Association‟s Community Standards Office.

Any change to the exterior of a maintained Cottage Home requires an application to and
approval by the Modifications Committee prior to implementation of the proposed plan, unless
specifically allowed in these Design Guidelines and/or Appendix J1. Where a proposed plan
may have an immediate or future impact on maintenance activities, applications approved by the
Modifications Committee will be submitted to the office of the CA Landscape Superintendent
for review. The CA Landscape Superintendent will take steps necessary to assure that irrigation
and maintenance activities will not be adversely affected by implementation of the homeowner‟s
plan. The Modification Committee will base its final decision to approve or deny the
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                                                       ARTICLE 6

          LANDSCAPE MAINTAINED GARDEN HOME NEIGHBORHOODS

The Design Guidelines apply to all exterior changes to Garden Homes except as provided in
Appendix J2. Appendix J2 describes the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
specific to Garden Homes. It has been included in the Design Guidelines as an Appendix to
provide information to Garden Homeowners. Any questions about the content of the document
should be referred to the Community Association‟s Community Standards Office.

Any change to the exterior of a maintained Garden Home requires an application to and approval
by the Modifications Committee prior to implementation of the proposed plan, unless
specifically allowed in these Design Guidelines and/or Appendix J2. Where a proposed plan
may have an immediate or future impact on maintenance activities, applications approved by the
Modifications Committee will be submitted to the office of the CA Landscape Superintendent
for review. The CA Landscape Superintendent will take steps necessary to assure that irrigation
and maintenance activities will not be adversely affected by implementation of the homeowner‟s
plan. The Modification Committee will base its final decision to approve or deny the
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                                                      ARTICLE 7

                                CUSTOM HOME NEIGHBORHOODS

The Design Guidelines apply to all exterior changes to Custom Homes except as provided in
Appendix F (Additional Guidelines Applicable to All Lots in the Designated Custom Home
Neighborhoods.) Appendix F is a document prepared by the Developer. It is included in the
Design Guidelines as an Appendix to provide information to Custom Homeowners. Any
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                                                      ARTICLE 8

                    USE OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION PROPERTY

The Design Guidelines apply to the use of Community Association Property as defined as
follows:

8.1    Appendix K2 prescribes the procedures and rules under which the Community
       Association may authorize groups of residents within a neighborhood or a specified
       portion of a neighborhood to make improvements on and use specific improved and
       unimproved Community Association grounds. These grounds are to be known as
       “Pocket Parks”.

8.2    Appendix K3 describes the circumstances, procedures and guidelines under which a
       resident may lease Community Association Property that is adjacent to their residence
       and own property. Homeowners interested in leasing property adjacent to their residence
       and own property may obtain an application form at the Community Association Office.

       Appendices K2 and K3 are documents prepared by the Property and Grounds Committee.
       They are included in the Design Guidelines as Appendices to provide residents
       information about Pocket Parks and Leased Properties programs. Any questions about
       the content of either document should be referred to the Property and Grounds
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                                                      ARTICLE 9

                        NON-LIABILITY FOR APPROVAL OF PLANS

The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions contains a disclaimer by the
Modifications Committee of liability or responsibility for the approval of plans and
specifications contained in any request by a homeowner.

ANY REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF PLANS BY THE MODIFICATIONS COMMITTEE IS
FOR GENERAL DESIGN AND AESTHETIC CONFORMANCE ONLY. PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS NOT REVIEWED FOR ACCURACY OR ENGINEERING SOUNDNESS.
THE HOMEOWNER/APPLICANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPER ENGINEERING,
PLANNING AND PERFORMANCE OF WORK AND THE INTEGRITY THEREOF. PRIOR
TO SUBMITTING PLANS OR INFORMATION FOR REVIEW YOU SHOULD READ AND
UNDERSTAND THIS DISCLAIMER AND THE DISCLAIMER SET FORTH IN THE
DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS & RESTRICTIONS. IF YOU DO NOT
UNDERSTAND THEM, PLEASE ASK A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE MODIFICATIONS
COMMITTEE TO EXPLAIN IT.




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                                                      ARTICLE 10

      COVENNANTS COMMITTEE AND ENFORCEMENT OF INSTRUMENTS

A Covenants Committee has been established to enforce the provisions of the Declaration of
Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, Rules and Regulations and these Design Guidelines. In
the event of a violation of these Design Guidelines, the Developer or the Board of Directors of
the Sun City Texas Community Association, acting through the Covenants Committee, may take
any action set forth in the By-laws or the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions.
The Developer or the Board may remove or remedy the violation and/or seek injunctive relief
requiring the removal or remedying of the violation. In addition, the Developer or the Board
shall be entitled to recover the costs incurred in enforcing compliance and/or impose a fine,
which fine shall not exceed 10% of the cost of achieving compliance against the lot upon which
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                                                      ARTICLE 11

           CHANGES AND AMENDMENTS TO THE DESIGN GUIDELINES

Developer may make amendments and changes to the Design Guidelines at any time as long as it
owns any portion of the Properties or has the right to annex additional property in accordance
with the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions. Any changes or amendments
shall apply to construction and modifications commenced after the date of such amendment only
and shall not require modification or removal of structures previously approved once the
approved construction or modification has commenced.            Thereafter, the Modifications
Committee shall have the authority to amend or change the Design Guidelines. Notice of
amendments shall be posted and copies shall be available at the Association office. No such
amendment shall modify or amend any provision of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions &
Restrictions or the Bylaws.

In instances where the Design Guidelines need clarification due to pressing interpretive matters
before the Modifications Committee, the Modifications Committee as it sees fit (by majority vote
of the full Committee) shall adopt an Interpretive Standard (IS). Pertinent sections of the Design
Guidelines will be rewritten to insert the Modification Committee‟s interpretation of said Design
Guidelines. An IS may be changed at any time by a simple majority vote of the full
Modifications Committee. The IS sections are not broadly published or circulated outside the
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                                                      ARTICLE 12

                    MODIFICATIONS COMMITTEE SUBCOMMITTEES

The Modifications Committee may, as it deems necessary, establish and abolish subcommittees
of the Modifications Committee relating to the performance of specific duties to assist the
Modifications Committee. Any authorized agent of the Modifications Committee, or of any
Subcommittee established by the Modifications Committee, shall be authorized to perform the
plan review and inspection of lots required pursuant to these Design Guidelines.

A Modifications Committee subcommittee shall consist of not less than three (3) and no more
than five (5) members. The Modifications Committee Chairman shall appoint all members of a
Modifications Committee Subcommittee. At least one (1) Modifications Committee member
must be a member of the Modifications Committee Subcommittee and that member shall act as
Chairman of the subcommittee. Appointees to the Modifications Committee Subcommittee need
not be architects, homeowners, lessees or residents and do not need to possess any special
qualifications of any type except such as the Modifications Committee may, in its discretion,
require. The chairman will have the authority to recruit and dismiss Subcommittee members.

The operation and procedures of a Modifications Committee Subcommittee shall be established
by the Modifications Committee upon its formation.

The Modifications Committee shall be authorized to grant limited variances from the
requirements of these Design Guidelines only in the circumstances set forth in the Declaration of
Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, and not for any other reason. Unless the homeowner
demonstrates the level of hardship or unusual lot shape or conditions required to be considered
for a variance to the satisfaction of the Modifications Committee, the requirements of these
Design Guidelines shall be strictly applied in each case.




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                                                      ARTICLE 13

                                    DEVELOPER'S IMPROVEMENTS

As part of the planning and development of Sun City Texas, Developer has prepared a
development plan and provided certain architectural designs, color palettes, landscape design
packages, parks, park preserves (open space), streets, model home packages, a sales pavilion,
recreation center and a golf course(s). Market conditions, styles, marketing strategies, or other
factors may cause Developer to change the type of models, size of homes, and location of future
amenities or streets, color palette of homes, landscape styles or plant materials, construction
methods or materials or the landscape on the common area. Notwithstanding the current
provisions of these Design Guidelines, the terms of the Design Guidelines may be amended in
the future by the Developer or by the Board of Directors to reflect such changes.

Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, exterior modifications by the Developer (“the
Developer” under the Design Guidelines) must be submitted to the Modifications Committee.
The Committee shall proceed with such requests normally. However, regardless of the
Committee‟s decision, the Developer, as provided by the Design Guidelines, can install a
rejected feature. A notation about the Developer‟s right to proceed will be noted on the rejected
submittal, including that it shall not be a precedent for other installations. (The Outside
Contractor as described in Article 14 is an exception to this Guideline.)




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                                                      ARTICLE 14

          SUN CITY OUTSIDE LANDSCAPING CONTRACTOR PROGRAM

14.1   The Outside Contractor‟s (“the Contractor”) contract with a homeowner is illustrated in
       Appendix L.

14.2   The Contractor agrees to comply with the Design Guidelines. New homeowners may or
       may not contract with the Contractor.

14.3   Homeowners not contracting with the Contractor shall be responsible for submitting
       landscape plans to the Modifications Committee within 30 days of closing and installing
       landscape within 120 days of closing as provided in Article 2. Homeowners contracting
       with the Contractor shall be governed by the Article.

14.4   The Contractor‟s landscape plans, i.e. plants/shrubs, trees, mulch, river rock, edging, and
       similar items and full perimeter fences, for homeowners shall be completed prior to
       closing and need not be submitted for approval to the Modifications Committee, with the
       Contractor assuring that the installation will be in compliance with the Design
       Guidelines.

14.5   Hardscape plans may be included in the Contractor‟s plans, but any hardscape in the
       Contractor‟s plan, whether prior to or after closing, must be submitted to the
       Modifications Committee for approval by the homeowner prior to installation.

14.6   The Contractor shall make every effort to install all landscaping on the pre-closing plan
       on or before the closing date, but the Contractor shall have up to 120 days from date of
       closing to complete the work shown on the pre-closing plan. Should modifications be
       made to the pre-closing Contractor‟s plan after the date of closing the revision to the plan
       must be submitted, prior to installation, to the Modifications Committee for approval.




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                                                     ARTICLE 15

                                              AUTHORIZATIONS

These Design Guidelines have been prepared for the Association for use at Sun City Texas and
may be further amended from time to time by the Developer or the Board of Directors as
provided herein.

APPENDIX A Building Set-backs
APPENDIX B Applications for Modifications Committee Approval
           1.) Application for Modification Committee approval – Landscaping and other
               changes to the exterior of a home.
           2.) Application for Modification Committee Approval of changes in
               exterior paint
APPENDIX C Inert Materials
APPENDIX D Reference and Reading Material for Information on
           Native, Adaptive, Drought Tolerant and Deer Resistant Plants
APPENDIX E Updating the Design Guidelines via Interpretive Standards
APPENDIX F Additional Guidelines Applicable to Custom Home Neighborhoods
APPENDIX G Custom Builders Check List and Submittal Form
APPENDIX H Modifications Committee Sub Committee – Architectural Advisory Group
                 Charter
APPENDIX I Guidelines for Submissions of Applications for Room Additions
APPENDIX J Special Conditions for:
           1.) Cottages Homes
           2.) Garden Homes
           3.) Courtyard Homes
APPENDIX K Use of Community Association Property and Grounds:
           2.) Pocket Parks
           3.) Leased Property
APPENDIX L Sun City Texas Outside Contractor Program
APPENDIX M Definitions of Terminology in the Design Guidelines
APPENDIX N Amended Charter for the Modifications Committee




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Executed and effective this________day of _________, 2006.

DEL WEBB TEXAS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
an Arizona Limited Partnership
By:     Del Webb Southwest Co., an Arizona Corporation

By:                      _________________________________
                         Dominic M. Longi, Division President
ADOPTED:

SUN CITY TEXAS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.,
a Texas non-profit corporation


By:                      ________________________________________
                         Erik J. Jacobson, President


By:                      ________________________________________
                         Shannon Barksdale, Board Member



By:                      ________________________________________
                         Brent Baker, Board Member


By:                      ________________________________________
                         Stan Wilbanks, Board Member and Secretary


By:                      ________________________________________
                         Byron Raynie, Board Member




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                                                                                         APPENDIX A
                                                                                     BUILDING SET-BACKS

A. RESIDENTIAL AREAS

                                       1. The building set-backs described below are applicable to Sun City Texas and recognized by
                                          the Modifications Committee for standard (non-cluster) lots. Notwithstanding any other
                                          provision of law, all building set-backs must meet these requirements, except for such
                                          buildings which are built by the Developer pursuant to approvals obtained from the City of
                                          Georgetown.

                                                                                        Minimum Set-Back
                                                                                                                                                    Maximum
                                         Home Type
                                         and Series




                                                                                              Side Yard           Rear            Minimum           Building
                                                              Front             Side           Corner             Yards           Between            Height
DW5000 (1st group of 5000 homes)




                                                              Yard              Yard             Lots                                All
                                                                                                                                  Houses

                                      Casita/100             20 feet           5 feet           20 feet            5 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                      Classic/200            20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                      Cottage/300            20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                      Courtyard              20 feet           3&5              20 feet           20 feet                             34 feet
                                       Home/300                                 feet
                                        Custom               20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                      Estate/200-            20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                          300
                                        Garden               20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                       Home/300
                                      Premier/200            20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                        Classic              20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
DW2500 (2nd group




                                        Cottage              20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
 of 2500 homes)




                                       Courtyard             20 feet           3&5              20 feet           20 feet                             34 feet
                                         Home                                   feet
                                        Custom               20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                         Estate              20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                        Garden               20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet
                                         Home
                                        Premier              20 feet           5 feet           20 feet           20 feet           15 feet           34 feet

*                                  On back-to-back corner lots only, 15 ft set-back is allowed on secondary street side yard front set-
                                   backs. Driveways on back-to-back corner lots must take access from the front yard.

                                       Section 34020 of the Subdivision Regulations of the City of Georgetown prohibits constructing
                                       any structures or impervious cover within the boundaries of the set-backs, provided that in
                                       certain instances fences, driveways and swimming pools may encroach upon the set-backs.
                                       Swimming pools may encroach upon the rear set-back, but may be no closer than three (3) feet
                                       to the adjacent property line and may not encroach into the side set-back lines. All construction
                                       must comply with these Design Guidelines and the requirements of the City of Georgetown.
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       2. The following illustrations are provided to assist the homeowner, and their contractor, in the
          understand of set-backs as they may apply to their property:

               Illustration 1A – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping
                Interior and Greenbelt Lots
               Illustration 1B – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping
                Interior and Greenbelt Lots
               Illustration 2 – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Up-sloping Interior and
                Greenbelt Lots
               Illustration 3A – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping Golf
                Course Lots
               Illustration 3B – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping Golf
                Course Lots
              Illustration 4 – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Up-sloping Golf Course
                Lots




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                                                      BUILDING SET-BACKS

Illustration 1A – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping Interior and
Greenbelt Lots:




                                                              Rear of Home
                                    Set-back Line                                                                                   Property
                                   (Building Line)                                                                                    Line

                House
                                                                     Required Set-back [see Appendix A, Table 1]

                                                                                                                                    3’
                                                                                                                                   Min.
                  Privacy Wall                                                                                      End of Patio



                                                    Fireplace with                                                 36” Handrail
                                                    Spark Arrestor                                 Max. 36”
                                Outdoor                                                            Seat Wall
                                Kitchen
                                                     Patio Floor
                                                                                                        6’ max. above
                                                Finished Grade                                                                       6’
                                                                                                       Finished Grade
                                                                                                       in the set-back               max.
                                                                                                                                     Max.

  Note: Patio floor can not be higher than the 1st floor level of the home. Maximum height of any vertical
  structure in the set-back area (including elevation of patio) can not be more than 6’ above the finished grade.
  Fireplaces, outdoor kitchens and other vertical structures must be constructed on a patio connected to the
  house. All fireplaces must have a spark arrestor on the chimney outlet. A handrail is a safety feature and is
  not included in the overall height restriction.


                                        [This drawing is not to scale. Dimensions are provided for illustration
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                                         APPENDIX A

                                                   BUILDING SET-BACKS

Illustration 1B – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping Interior and
Greenbelt Lots:




                                                            Rear of Home
                                    Set-back Line                                                                               Property
                                   (Building Line)                                                                                Line


                 House                                            Required Set-back [see Appendix A, Table 1]



                                                                  Stoop/Landing not included in 6’ max.                         3’
                  Privacy Wall
                                                                  height calculation                                           Min.


                                                                                                                End of Patio

                                 Outdoor
                                                                                                    36” Handrail
                                 Kitchen             Patio Floor
                                                                                                    Seat Wall
                      Finished Grade

  Note: Patio floor can not be higher than the 1st floor of the home. The
  maximum total combined height of the patio and all other vertical elements
  (seat walls, outdoor kitchens, etc.) built within the set-back is limited to 6’
  above the Finished grade. . A handrail is a safety feature and is not included                             6’ max. above
  in the overall height restriction.                                                                         Finished Grade




                           [This drawing is not to scale. Dimensions are provided for illustration only.]




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                                                    BUILDING SET-BACKS

Illustration 2 – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Up-sloping Interior and
Greenbelt Lots:


                                                          Rear of Home
                                  Set-back                                                                                Property
                                    Line                                                                                    Line
                                                                         Required Set-back
                House                                               (See Appendix A, Table A-1)



                                                                                     End of Patio                         3’
                 Privacy Wall                                                                                            Min.


                                                                                     6’ Max.
                                                                                   Above Patio
                                                                                      Floor
                              Outdoor              Required Soil Excavation
                              Kitchen


                                                             Patio Floor
                  Finished Grade                                                                                 Retaining Structure
                                                                                                                    (if required)

 Note: Patio floor can not be higher than the 1st floor level of the home. Maximum height of any vertical structures can not be
 more than 6’ above the patio floor in the set-back area. Fireplaces must have a spark arrestor on the chimney outlet.



               [This drawing is not to scale. Dimensions are provided for illustration only.]




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                                                     BUILDING SET-BACKS

Illustration 3A – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping Golf Course
Lots:



                                                                   Rear of Home
                                    Set-back Line                                                                                  Property
                                   (Building Line)                                                                                   Line

                                                                                                                                    3’
                                                                               Required Set-back                                   Min.
                  House                                                   (See Appendix A, Table A-1)




                   Privacy Wall


                                                                                                                    36”
                                                                                                                  Handrail
                                                                                                     Seat wall
                                Outdoor                                                           3’ max. above
                                Kitchen                                                          Finished Grade
                                                      Patio Floor

                                                                                                                                    3’
                                                                                                                                   Max
                                                                                                                                    .
   Note: Patio floor can not be higher that the 1st floor level of the home. Maximum
                                                                                                                  Finished Grade
   height of any vertical structure in the set-back area (including elevation of the patio)
   can not be more than 3’ above the finished grade. Fireplaces, outdoor kitchens and
   other vertical structures must be constructed on a patio connected to the house. All
   fireplaces must have a spark arrestor on the chimney outlet. . A handrail is a safety
   feature and is not included in the overall height restriction.


                                       [This drawing is not to scale. Dimensions are provided for illustration
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                                         APPENDIX A

                                                   BUILDING SET-BACKS

Illustration 3B – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Down-sloping Golf Course
Lots:




                                                            Rear of Home
                               Set-back Line                                                                                   Property
                              (Building Line)                                                                                    Line
                                                                     Required Set-back
                                                                (See Appendix A, Table A-1)
                House

                                                                                                                                 3’
                  Privacy Wall                                         Stoop/Landing not included in 3’ max.                    Min.
                                                                       height calculation


 6’ max.

                               Outdoor                                                              36” Handrail
                               Kitchen              Patio Floor
                                                                                                    Seat Wall

               Finished Grade

   Note: Patio floor can not be higher than the 1st floor level of the home. The maximum
   total combined height of the patio and all other vertical elements (seat walls, outdoor
   kitchens, etc.) built within the set-back is limited to 3’ above the Finished grade.                   3’ max. above
   Fireplaces, outdoor kitchens and other vertical structures must be constructed on a                    Finished Grade
   patio connected to the house. All fireplaces must have a spark arrestor on the chimney
   outlet. . A handrail is a safety feature and is not included in the overall height
   restriction.

                           [This drawing is not to scale. Dimensions are provided for illustration only.]




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                                                    BUILDING SET-BACKS

Illustration 4 – Construction Limitations Within the Set-back for Up-sloping Golf Course Lots:




                                                          Rear of Home
                                  Set-back
                                                                                                                         Property
                                    Line
                                                                                                                           Line
                                                                           Required Set-back
              House                                                   (See Appendix A, Table A-1)


                                                                                                                          3’
                                                                                                                         Min.
                  Privacy Wall



                                                                                       Seat wall
                                                                                                          3’ Max.
                              Outdoor              Required Soil Excavation                           Above Patio floor
                              Kitchen


                                     Finished Grade             Patio                                         Retaining Structure
                                                                Floor

 Note: Patio floor can not be higher than the 1st floor level of the house. The maximum total height of any vertical structures
 (seat walls, outdoor kitchens, etc.) built within the set-back is limited to 3’ above the Patio floor. Fireplaces, outdoor
 kitchens and other vertical structures must be constructed on a patio connected to the house. All fireplaces must have a
 spark arrestor on the chimney outlet.

                          [This drawing is not to scale. Dimensions are provided for illustration only.]




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                                                                                                        Neighborhood #
 APPENDIX B-1
                                                                                                        Lot #

                                                       SUN CITY TEXAS
                     APPLICATION FOR MODIFICATION COMMITTEE APPROVAL
    Badge/ID No.                                                                     Applied Previously For This Home?
    Homeowner/Applicant Name                                                                  YES                               NO
    Homeowner’s Sun City Address                                                        Home Phone No.
    Homeowner’s Mailing Address (If Different)                                          Alternate Phone No.

                                         RESIDENCE SPECIFICATIONS
    Lot Type (check one)            Corner            Cul-de-sac              Golf Course              Greenbelt               Interior
    Home Type or Model             Cottage           Courtyard             Garden           Custom                Model Name

                            NATURE OF REQUEST (Check All Applicable)
      Patio Enclosure, Sun
   1. Screens, Awnings              4. Landscaping (see Drainage 7. Trellises
                                                    Verification, below)
      Lattice or solid Arbor;
   2. Lighting                                 5. Patio Extension                                 8.   Exterior

      Fountain, Pool, Pool-spa,
   3. Spa, Pond, Jacuzzi                       6. Fences, Gates                                   9.   Room Additions


  Other:
  (Explain)


                        SUPPORTING DOCUMENT CHECK LIST
      Nature of Request          Sketches or drawings, including horizontal and vertical
      (above)                    dimensions
                                 examples (brochures or cut-sheets) for
      Specifications and graphic and description of materials, colors and textures.
      mechanical elements. (e.g., lighting, grills, fountains, water features).
                                 COMPLETION INFORMATION
       Contractor Name/Self                        License No.                      Phone No.                     Completion Date

                             DRAINAGE RESPONSIBILITY
                                    VERIFICATION
 Landscaping can change or impede the flow of surface water to your detriment and that of
 your neighbors. You will be held responsible. Have you carefully considered changes to
 surface water drainage in your landscaping? Your acknowledgement is required.    Initials
                                          HOMEOWNER ENDORSEMENT
         THIS APPLICATION REQUIRES THE SIGNATURE OF THE HOMEOWNER. THE UNDERSIGNED
     ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IF ANY WORK HAS COMMENCED PRIOR TO THE APPROVAL OF THE REVIEWING
                BODY, HE/SHE WILL BE LIABLE FOR ALL COSTS NECESSARY TO BRING THE
           WORK INTO COMPLIANCE WITH THE CC&Rs (DECLARATIONS) OR DESIGN GUIDELINES.

 Date: ________________ Homeowner Signature: ____________________________________

 Date: ________________ Adjoining Cottage Homeowner Signature:_____________________
  Revised 7-1-2007                               APPROVALS/DISCLAIMERS – SEE REVERSE
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    •Review of this application is for general conformance of the design of the project. All work performed must
    be in accordance with the attached plans and specifications, and any requirements noted.
    •Applicant is responsible for all dimensions, accuracy of plans, required building permits, performance of work
    and adherence to all applicable government codes, ordinances and regulations, including general condition of
    the work site and the public right-of-way immediately in front of the home. For example, on-street storage of
    materials or equipment is not permitted by the City of Georgetown. The homeowner and contractor are
    mutually responsible for compliance with the City’s requirements.
    •Any material departure from the plans or specifications, upon which approval of this application was based,
    will require re-submission, review and reconsideration of the project as a whole.


                                     APPROVAL/DISAPPROVAL/COMMENTS
       APPROVED                                                       APPROVED AS NOTED
       (Request is approved as submitted)                             (Request is approved subject to noted conditions)
       DISAPPROVED (Request is not approved as submitted, and may be resubmitted in accord
       with the Design Guidelines).

       Modification Committee is not approving drainage. Homeowner is responsible for any
       drainage impact or issue that may arise from the execution of the plans submitted.
       The review and approval of plans by the Modifications Committee is for general
       design and aesthetic conformance only. Plans and specifications are not reviewed for
       accuracy or engineering soundness.

   Comment
   s:




  Date: __________________  Committee Member: ____________________________
                 COTTAGES, GARDEN HOMES & COURTYARD HOMES
   Details about the specific conditions that apply to your Cottage, Courtyard or Garden Home can be found in the
   Supplemental Declarations agreed to when you purchased your home and published in the Design Guidelines

                                                              COTTAGES
   All exterior modifications, including, but not limited to Paint, Roof Shingles, Shutters and Window Screens must
   be agreed upon by both the applying Homeowner and the adjoining Cottage Homeowner. The adjoining
   Homeowner’s signature, attesting to such agreement is required.

  Date: _____________                 Adjoining Homeowner’s Signature: _______________________
                                           COMPLETING YOUR SUBMITTAL
   • See the HELPFUL HINTS available in the Community Association library.
   • Refer to the Design Guidelines. Please make sure that you have the latest revisions.
   • Ask your contractor for help with this application. Contractors can provide drawings, specifications and
   descriptions of materials to be used.


    Revised 7-1-2007


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  APPENDIX B-2                                                                                            Neighborhood #
                                                                                                          Lot #
                                        Sun City Texas
                      APPLICATION FOR MODIFICATION COMMITTEE APPROVAL
                                      EXTERIOR PAINTING
    Badge/ID No.                                                                     Applied Previously For This Home?
    Homeowner/Applicant Name                                                                   YES                            NO
    Homeowner’s Sun City Address                                                        Home Phone No.
    Homeowner’s Mailing Address (If Different)                                          Alternate Phone No.
                                                  RESIDENCE SPECIFICATIONS
  Model Series (check one):                          Series 100             Series 200              Series 300             Series 400

  Model Name:
                                        EXISTING RESIDENCE COLOR SCHEME(S)

    If you have retained a record of the paint brand(s) and color(s) of your existing color scheme, or have
    samples of your colors from which swatches can be made, please provide them with your application.


  Stucco/Garage:
  Fascia/Columns/Pop-Outs:
  Front Door:
  Shutters:
  Gable Vents:
                         REQUEST TO REPAINT THE FOLLOWING COLOR SCHEME(S)
     Please provide paint samples/color swatches for the colors you are requesting. Any assistance that
     you can provide, in this regard, will expedite the review of your application, and will be appreciated.

  Stucco/Garage:
  Fascia/Columns/Pop-Outs:
  Front Door:
  Shutters:
  Gable Vents:
                                                  HOMEOWNER ENDORSEMENT

    REQUESTED COLOR SCHEMES ARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PAINT POLICY OUTLINED ON THE
    REVERSE SIDE OF THIS APPLICATION:
    THIS APPLICATION REQUIRES THE SIGNATURE OF THE HOMEOWNER. THE UNDERSIGNED
    ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IF ANY WORK HAS COMMENCED PRIOR TO APPROVAL OF THE REVIEWING
    BODY, HE/SHE WILL BE LIABLE FOR ALL COSTS NECESSARY TO BRING THE WORK INTO COMPLIANCE
    WITH THE CC&Rs (DECLARATIONS) OR DESIGN GUIDELINES.

 Date: ________________ Homeowner Signature: ____________________________________

 Date: ________________ Adjoining Cottage Homeowner Signature:_____________________
                                       PAINT POLICY & APPROVALS – SEE REVERSE SIDE
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                                              EXTERIOR PAINT POLICY
                                              Series 100, 200, 300 & 400 Homes


                                                           Series 100 Homes
   ● Homes can be repainted the original colors from the approved 100 Series selections;
   ● or, you can mix stucco colors and trim colors between these color schemes.
   ● You can also select colors from the current approved 300 Series selections.
                                                              Specifications
   ● 300 Series stucco colors will only be approved for use as stucco and garage door paints.
   ● 300 Series trim colors will only be approved for use on fascia, columns or stucco pop-outs.
   ● 300 Series accent colors will only be approved for use on front doors, shutters or gable vents.


                                                           Series 200 Homes
   ● Homes can be repainted a 200 Series color scheme. However, the homeowner will be required to follow
   the entire color scheme;
   ● or, the homeowner can select all new colors from the 300 Series or mix 300 Series colors with the 200
   Series colors that are currently on the home.
                                                              Specifications
    ● 300 Series stucco colors will only be approved for use as stucco and garage door paints.
    ● 300 Series trim colors will only be approved for use on fascia, columns or stucco pop-outs.
    ● 300 Series accent colors will only be approved for use on front doors, shutters or gable
    vents.

                                                          Series 300 Homes
   ● Homes can be repainted the original colors from the approved 300 Series selections.
   ● If you choose, you can mix stucco colors and trim colors between these color schemes.


       GENERAL PAINT SPECIFICATIONS FOR SERIES 100, 200, 300 and 400 HOMES
   ● Garage and front doors (when finish is painted) must be Semi-gloss.
   ● Stucco must be flat.
   ● All other areas must be semi-gloss.


                                       APPROVAL/DISAPPROVAL/COMMENTS
      APPROVED (request is approved as                                 APPROVED AS NOTED (request is approved
      submitted)                                                       subject to noted conditions)

      DISAPPROVED (Request is not approved as submitted, and may be resubmitted in accord with
      the Exterior Paint Policy)
 Comments:




   Dated _________________________ Committee Member_______________________
  Revised 7-1-2007
  All other versions of this form are obsolete.
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                                                         APPENDIX C

                                   APPROVED INERT MATERIALS

Approved inert materials shall include: bark, pine straw, hardwood mulch, rock and/or stone of naturally
pigmented (i.e., as found in native form) color and other materials as may be approved by the
Modifications Committee from time to time. Determination of whether a material is acceptable for
inclusion in any specific situation shall be made by the Modifications Committee and shall be in writing.

The following drawing displays an example of suggested entries on a landscape design when submitting
a request for inert materials and bed edging. (Note: The green steel edging noted on this drawing is for
demonstration purposes only. It is one of several products appropriate for use as bed edging.)




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                                           Appendix D

                  Native, Adapted, Drought Tolerant, and Deer Resistant Plants
                                      for Sun City Texas

There are numerous gardening books, periodicals, and websites that provide quality information about
suitable native, adapted, drought tolerant, and deer resistant plants. The Community Association
Library and the Sun City Garden Club/Nature Club Resource Center and Library have very good
reference material on gardening in Central Texas.

The Modifications Committee suggests you might consider reviewing the following books and websites.
This is a very limited list and is intended to get you started.

BOOKS:

      Native and Adapted Landscape Plants
       (Published by the City of Austin and the Texas Cooperative Extension.)
       Copies available on loan in the Community Association Library or you may purchase a copy for
       a nominal fee in the Community Association Office.
      Native Texas Plants, Landscaping Region by Region
       Written by Sally and Andy Wasowski
      Perennial Garden Color
       Written by William C. Welch
      Neil Sperry’s Complete Guide to Texas Gardening
       Written by Neil Sperry
      Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest
       Written by George O. Miller
      Native Plants for Southwester Landscapes
       Written by Judy Mielke
      Native Plant Primer
       Written by Carole Ottesen
      Plants for Texas
       Written by Howard Garret


 WEB SITES ON NATIVE AND ADAPTED PLANTS:

      http://www.sctx.org/~garden
       Sun City Garden Club (Resource for additional books and websites
      http://www.wildflower.org
       Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
      http://www.nativetexasnursery.com
      http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/cemap/fram.html
       Texas A&M Horticulture
      http://agfacts.tamu.edu/D8/Williams/AG/HomeHort/outstandingftpage.
       Texas A&M Outstanding Plants for Williamson County


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                                             APPENDIX E

                                  Modifications Committee
                               Amending the Design Guidelines
     (Approved by the Board of Directors of the Community Association on March 24, 2004)

The Modifications Committee shall take the following steps when it believes it is necessary to amend
the Design Guidelines:

Step 1        Interpretive Standard (IS)
         a.   The Modifications Committee will adopt a non-binding interpretative standard (referred
              to in this document as an “IS”) in writing for its internal use.
         b.   An IS is adopted in instances where the Guidelines need clarification due to pressing
              interpretative matters before the Committee.
         c.   Each IS shall be tested by the Committee for a period of time to determine if it should be
              made a permanent part of the Guidelines as an amendment.
         d.   Also, changes to laws or regulations that may be brought to the attention of the
              Committee that overrule certain provisions of the Design Guidelines, e.g., FCC
              Regulations on Antennas and Satellite Dishes.
Step 2
         a.   After an adequate test period the Committee shall decide which IS‟s to finalize as
              amendments to the Design Guidelines.
         b.   The Committee will prepare a “Draft Amendment” and forward it to the Covenants
              Committee and the Community Association Standards Director, and make it available to
              all homeowners for their comments.
         c.   The Committee will consider all comments received and modify the Draft Amendment as
              may be appropriate.
         d.   Periodically, the Committee will develop a draft amended version of the Design
              Guidelines or a draft supplement to the Design Guidelines.
Step 3
         a.   A supplement to the Design Guidelines currently in effect or an entire updated Design
              Guidelines document shall be presented to the Board of Directors for approval.
         b.   The Board shall review and approve the entire document as a new document.
         c.   The Committee shall maintain the “official” copy of the updated document and a record
              of changes.
Step 4
         a.   The Committee shall post in public locations an announcement of the approval of the
              amendments.
         b.   The Approved updated Design Guidelines shall be made available to homeowners at the
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                                         APPENDIX F

ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES APPLICABLE TO ALL LOTS IN THE DESIGNATED CUSTOM
                   HOME NEIGHBORHOODS 16-3 AND 20

A. ROOFING MATERIALS

   All roofing materials shall be either 30-year 3-Tab composition shingles, colored, non-reflective
   metal, colored tile or slate. Colors must be earth toned and non-reflective in appearance. Copper,
   with a natural or chemically induced patina, with or without a low-sheen clear coat, may be used
   over bay windows.

B. ROOF PITCH

   Roof pitches must be no less than 2/12 and no greater that 12/12. The main roof structure must be
   5/12 or greater. Porches and bay windows may have a 2/12 or greater pitch.

C. SIDING MATERIALS

   Masonry construction of either brick or stone is encouraged. Stucco is permitted. Lap siding
   material will be considered if used as an accent and in moderation. No more than 25% of any home
   may be of any type of lap siding. Plywood, Masonite or other sheet type sidings are not allowed.

D. HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS

   No building may exceed 34 feet in height, including chimneys and appurtenances. Two story
   structures are allowed, but the second floor must be no more than 50% of the size (net floor space) of
   the first floor area. Large flat exterior walls that create a box like appearance are discouraged.
   Dormer style second floors behind sloped rooflines are preferred.

E. FIREPLACES

   No more than one wood-burning fireplace per home site will be allowed, whether installed in the
   interior of the home or outside. Only one fireplace may be installed in the rear yard of the home,
   whether wood-burning or gas fed. There are no restrictions on the number of fireplaces installed in
   the interior of the home, except that apply to wood-burning units. The installation of a wood-
   burning fireplace must include a spark arrestor that meets applicable fire and safety codes. Open
   wood-burning fire pits are not permitted.

F. DRIVEWAYS AND OTHER HARDSCAPE SURFACES

   Driveways may be upgraded from standard to colored or surface-textured concrete. Exposed
   aggregate and stamped concrete are permitted. Colors, stamped or stenciled patterns and surface
   textures on driveways and other hardscape surfaces must be compatible with the home and
   neighborhood. Asphalt paving or gravel is not permitted.

G. FREESTANDING STRUCTURES
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     Any structure that is not attached to the main home must be similar in architecture and aesthetically
     complement the main structure. This would include guest houses, greenhouses, and gazebos. All
     other guidelines set out in the Prohibited Structures section of the Sun City Texas Design Guidelines
     must be adhered to. All set backs must adhered to the requirements of Appendix A – Building Set
     Backs and City requirements. It is imperative that the views of the adjoining lots to golf course,
     common areas and water not be impaired by structures or landscape in the back yard.

H. TIME LIMITATIONS

     Construction must commence within 12 months of the Close of Escrow on the lot. All construction
     must be completed with 24 months of the Close of Escrow.

I.   MINIMUM SIZE

      No structure may be smaller than 2,200 square feet in net livable, air-conditioned space. Porches,
     garages and freestanding structures are not considered livable space.

J.   SOLAR STRUCTURES

     Any solar collection device must be integrated into the roof of the home. Restrictions on height, as
     stated in “D” above, and obstruction of views will apply. No freestanding devices will be permitted.

K. EXTERIOR WALL COLORS

     The Architectural Review Committee of Del Webb must approve all original exterior wall colors.
     Low light reflective colors are preferred. All future changes must be submitted and approved by the
     Modification Committee.

L. SIMILAR ELEVATIONS

     Builders will not be permitted to build the same or similar elevation on adjoining lots or lots across
     the street facing each other.

M. SUBMITTAL PROCESS

     The builders are required to submit all documentation in accordance with the “Custom Builders
     Checklist and Submittal Form” Appendix G. Plan approval is for conformity to the Design
     Guidelines only. Submittals to the City of Georgetown, Texas and any other governing body are the
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                                                        APPENDIX G

                 CUSTOM BUILDERS CHECKLIST AND SUBMITTAL FORM

All homes in Sun City Texas are governed by “The Design Guidelines” to assure consistency of design
and materials. Please refer to these guidelines when designing a home, and if you have any questions
call Gary Newman, Del Webb Texas, (512) 930-6700. All plans and approvals to include house plans,
exterior design and landscape design, should be submitted to Gary Newman at 5353 Williams Drive,
Georgetown, Texas 78628.

Contact Numbers for Questions:

       Dominic M. Longi, Division President                                                          (512) 231-7777

       SCTX Community Standards Director                                                             (512) 864-1251

Pre-closing Design Approval (submit to Dominic M. Longi)
       _____ Floor plan, Elevation (4 sides) and Plot Plan (2 complete copies)
       _____ Plot plan showing all easements, set backs and building footprint (2 complete copies)
       _____ Exterior color board w/ actual samples of all exterior paint to be used. Currently there

              are 3 paint color series approved for Del Webb homes.


       _____ Roofing material and color
       _____ Free Standing Structure – architecture and finish (2 complete copies)
       _____ Landscape plan showing sidewalks, fencing, any exterior features such as pools,

              waterscape, trellis, etc., grading contours, tree and bed locations, complete list of plants

              to be used and any natural vegetation that remains on the lot. (2 complete copies – 1 to

              be provided to the CA Modifications Committee for review and comment prior to

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Changes to Plans (pre-closing)

       _____ All additions or deletions to the exterior building plans, landscape plan or exterior colors
             must be submitted for approval. This includes fences, water features, swimming pools,
             fountains, ponds, etc. Two sets of the revised plan with written details on the change
             should be submitted along with written details on the change to Gary Newman.

NOTE TO HOMEOWNERS (Custom Home Builders please provide this completed form and
instructions for modification approval to your client at closing)

Post-closing Modifications (Modifications Committee)

       _____ All additions or deletions to the exterior building plans, landscape plan or exterior colors
             must be submitted for approval. Two sets of the revised plan with written details on the
             change should be submitted along with Appendix B Sun City Texas Application,
             Modifications Committee* Landscape/Improvements form located in your Design
             Guidelines.

*      Refers to Appendix B (1) document titled: Sun City Texas Application for Modifications Committee Approval




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                                          Custom Home Submittal Form

      Date of Submittal: ________________________
      Builder: ________________________________
             Contact Name and Phone Number: _____________________________
      Homeowner Name: _______________________
      Home built on (lot and/or address): ___________________________

                                                       ___________________________

                                                       ___________________________

      STEP ONE:
      Floor Plan/Elevation/Plot Plan Approval
      Please provide the following:

      _____ Floor plan and Elevation (4 sides) - (2 complete copies)

      _____ Plot plan showing all easements, set backs and building footprint (2 complete copies)

      Expected closing date of house: ___________________

      Builder _________________________________                                 ______________________
                                  (Signature)                                                  (Date)
      Developer
      Approval ________________________________                                 ______________________
                                  (Signature)                                                  (Date)
      Comments: ______________________________________________________________
      ________________________________________________________________________
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       STEP TWO:
      Exterior Color Board/Material and Roofing Approval
      Please provide the following:
      _____ Exterior color board w/actual samples of all exterior paint to be used. Currently there are

   3 paint color series approved for Del Webb homes.



      _____ Roofing material and color

      Exterior Color Board: Monarch Color Series _____________________
                                     (if not using Monarch paints state color and series it is similar to)
      Roof:
      Type: Composition _____                  Metal _____                  Tile _____
      Color: ___________________________
      Masonry:          Stucco _____________________
                        Rock ______________________
                        Brick ______________________
      Maximum Height, Grade to Ridge of Roof: ______________________________
      Expected closing date of house: ___________________

      Builder _________________________________                                   ______________________
                                    (Signature)                                                  (Date)
      Developer
      Approval ________________________________                                  ______________________
                                    (Signature)                                                  (Date)
      Comments: ______________________________________________________________
      ________________________________________________________________________
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     STEP THREE:
     Landscape Design Approval (including free-standing structures and exterior lighting)

     Please provide the following:

     _____ Free Standing Structure – architecture and finish (2 complete copies)

     _____ Landscape plan showing sidewalks, fencing, any exterior features such as pools,
     waterscape, trellis, etc., grading contours, tree and bed locations, complete list of plants to be used
     and any natural vegetation that remains on the lot. (2 complete copies) 45 days before
     installation.

     Expected closing date of house: ___________________

     Builder _________________________________                                  ______________________
                                    (Signature)                                                  (Date)
     Developer
     Approval ________________________________                                 ______________________
                                    (Signature)                                                  (Date)
     Comments: ______________________________________________________________
     ________________________________________________________________________
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                                         APPENDIX H

                                        Modifications Committee
                                     Architectural Advisory Group
                             (Sub-Committee of the Modifications Committee)
                           (Adopted by the Modifications Committee on 1-28-05)

The Modifications Committee (“Committee”) hereby, under Article 12 of the Design Guidelines, establishes a
sub-committee, the Architecture Advisory Group (“AAG”), to assist it with applications for modifications
involving matters of architectural design.

                                                   Charter
AAG shall assist the Committee, when requested by the Committee, in applying the Design Guidelines to
submittal applications, with specific case recommendations to the Committee. Additionally, AAG should make
specific recommendations to the Committee on the granting of variances, looking at those considerations that
should provide “good” aesthetics for a room addition, including any change to the original roof line, e.g., an
expansion of a porch or covered patio.

Areas of Responsibility for AAG shall be to:
   a. Assist the Committee in applying the Design Guidelines aesthetically to submittal applications as
       requested by the Committee, with specific case recommendations to the Committee;
   b. Review the aesthetics of room additions, recommending variances, if necessary, to the Committee, which
       may become Interpretative Standard(s) of the Committee;
   c. Assist residents in securing approval of their submittal applications to the Committee, including meeting
       with residents to discuss their proposal and providing information on possible drawings and other
       information that may be required by Georgetown‟s Building Code Department (Note: Obtaining permits
       from the City of Georgetown is the sole and full responsibility of the resident applicant and not AAG, the
       Committee, or the Community Association.); and
   d. Assist the Committee with other submittal applications for modification when requested by the
       Committee, for example, construction of swimming pools, etc.

AAG Organization
  a. AAG shall have up to five members, as determined and approved by the Committee;
  b. AAG members may include up to two current members of the Committee;
  c. AAG‟s Chair at all times must be a current member of the Committee;
  d. AAG members generally should have backgrounds in architecture, engineering or construction;
  e. AAG members shall serve until replaced at the discretion of the Committee or until resignation, which
     may be at any time;
  f. The Chair of the Committee shall be an ex-officio member of the AAG;
  g. AAG shall hold itself available to attend a full meeting of the Committee with reasonable notice;
  h. AAG shall keep minutes of meetings and provide copies to the Committee;
  i. AAG serves at the full direction and discretion of the Committee; and
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                                            APPENDIX I

     GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSIONS OF APPLICATIONS FOR ROOM ADDITIONS
                 (Adopted by the Modifications Committee on 1-28-05)

   1. The following Room Additions will require Modifications Committee approval and are subject
      to AAG referral:
      a. Room additions under an existing roof and on an existing patio slab.

      b. Room additions with a new slab and a new composition roof.

      c. Room additions using an existing patio slab, but adding a new composition
         roof .

      d. Enclosure of an existing patio with windows or screens under an existing roof overhang.

      e. Enclosure of an existing patio with windows or screens under an existing roof overhang, but
         adding/extending a new slab either out to the edge or beyond the edge of the existing patio
         roof line.

      f. Covering a new or existing patio slab by adding a new composition roof.

      g. Extending an existing covered patio with a new composition roof over a new patio slab
         addition or over an existing part of the old patio slab that had not been previously covered.

      h. Enclosure of the above (f and g) covered patio immediately or at a later date with windows or
         screens.

   2. Procedure For Approval Of Room Additions is as follows:

      a. Preliminary submittal to the Modification Committee by the homeowner of a conceptual plan
         to enlarge his/her house beyond the original foundation or convert an existing porch/patio
         foundation into an enclosed room. Submittal to include a drawing (sketch or more complete
         drawing) drawn to scale (with the scale noted) and showing the proposed work to be done,
         and a copy of the homeowner‟s surveyed plot plan showing set-backs with an outline of the
         original house and the proposed addition clearly delineated on the plan.

      b. The Modification Committee may decide to refer the submittal to the AAG. The homeowner
         and/or their designer are encouraged to attend a meeting with the AAG to discuss their
         proposal and answer any questions the AAG may have. If possible, the homeowner is
         encouraged to bring a neighborhood plan showing the surrounding neighbors‟ houses to help
         the AAG to determine if any potential problems may arise with any of their neighbors. After
         receiving input from the homeowner and reviewing the homeowner‟s proposal, the AAG will
         make their recommendation to the Modifications Committee for their approval or
         disapproval. This recommendation will also include whether or not an architect should
         prepare the detailed design drawings for the proposed project and will include a list of
         drawings required for final AAG review and Modifications Committee approval.

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       c. Assuming the Preliminary Submittal is approved by the Modifications Committee; the
          homeowner may prepare or have prepared more detailed drawings for approval consistent
          with any comments received from the Modifications Committee/AAG. The AAG
          recommends the homeowner or their architect submit drawings to the City of Georgetown for
          their review and comments, but this is the homeowner‟s decision and is not required by the
          AAG or Modifications Committee.

       d. If the homeowner submits the drawings to the City of Georgetown, any comments received
          are to be submitted to the Modifications Committee for review by the AAG. After review of
          the City‟s comments, any concerns will be reviewed with the homeowner by the AAG and
          possible changes suggested.

       e. After all concerns in (d) above have been resolved or the homeowner elects to not have the
          City of Georgetown review the drawings, the homeowner will be instructed to prepare or
          have prepared final, completed drawings and specifications for the room addition.

       f. After the drawings and specifications have been finalized, it is recommended that the
          homeowner get construction bids from three or more contractors registered with the State of
          Texas in accordance with the Texas Residential Construction Commission
          (www.trcc.state.tx.us). It is recommended that before the homeowner selects a contractor,
          the contractor confirms that he fully understands the drawings and specifications and the
          contractor can build and complete the project in accordance with the drawings and
          specifications.

       g. If the selected contractor recommends design changes to the homeowner, any design changes
          accepted by the homeowner must be added to the drawings and specifications prior to
          submittal for final approval by the Modifications Committee. The final revised drawings
          must be submitted to the Modifications Committee for final approval. The Modifications
          Committee will send the drawings to the AAG for review. After the AAG‟s review, the
          revised final drawings will be given to the Modifications Committee with the AAG‟s
          recommendation.

       h. After the Modifications Committee‟s approval, the homeowner shall obtain a building permit
          from the City of Georgetown and submit a copy of the Building Permit to the Modifications
          Committee, for inclusion in their house file, prior to start of construction.

   3. One or more of the following plans, drawings (all drawings shall be drawn to scale with the scale
      noted) and calculations may be required by the Modifications Committee in the final drawing
      package to be submitted for approval prior to obtaining the City of Georgetown Building Permit:

       a. Site (Plot) Plan illustrating the new additions on the existing plan and shall include a drainage
       plan. Note: This does not relieve the homeowner‟s responsibility for any drainage problems on
       their property or any surrounding neighbors‟ property due to the proposed
       additions/modifications done to the homeowner‟s property.

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       c. Floor plan of the new floor area and its tie-in with the existing floor plan area, including
          dimensions and the locations of the rain gutter down-spouts. All external electrical lighting
          and other electrical equipment required by this addition shall be included on the floor plan
          and also shown on the exterior wall elevations. The electrical (wall switches, outlets, fans,
          etc.) and plumbing (pipe routings and fittings, etc.) installations may be required on this
          drawing by the City of Georgetown.

       d. Framing Plan of the new addition and its tie-in with the existing house framing.

       e. Roof Plan of the new addition and the existing house roof. New roof plan area to be clearly
          shown on the drawing.

       f. Exterior wall elevations of all new walls and roofs including the existing walls and roof
          elevations, and including the new guttering and downspouts.

       g. Cross-sections (a partial view through walls, ceilings, roofs, etc.) through existing room(s)
          and new construction showing attachment details, materials, finishes and dimensions.

       h. Schedule of Materials that includes a detailed description of all exterior materials, such as
          doors, windows, shingles, electrical equipment, railings, stone and stucco color, etc.

       i. Other drawings required by the City of Georgetown.

   4. The following conditions must be followed during the Design and Construction Phases of the
      Work:

       a. All construction materials and equipment to be stored in front of and behind the house during
          the construction phase. No material or equipment to be stored in the sides of the house.

       b. All construction debris to be disposed of by the contractor or his sub-contractors shall be
          removed from the construction site by the end of each work day.

       c. City of Georgetown requirement that all structural, electrical and plumbing elements of work
          be certified by appropriate engineers.

       d. A maximum size limitation to the addition proposed by the homeowner has not been
          specified, as this will be addressed by the AAG review depending on factors such as set-
          back, view of neighbors, lot size and configuration and overall aesthetics.

       e. No HVAC portable window units will be allowed. Through-the–wall units, existing HVAC
          units and a new HVAC unit to replace or supplement the existing HVAC unit/system will be
          allowed.

       f. Exterior walls, roof, windows, and door materials and finish shall match those on the existing
          house.

       g. The maximum new roof height shall not exceed the existing roof height on the house. The
          new roof‟s height at the eaves shall not be lower than the existing roof‟s eave height. Roof
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          eave overhangs shall match the house‟s existing design, but shall not exceed 2‟-0”. All new
          or altered roofs shall have a roof pitch (slope) of 2:12 or greater.

       h. Any other exterior modifications that will be done to the homeowner‟s property at the same
          time that the Room Addition is done, including revised landscaping, shall be included in the
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                                         APPENDIX J-1

                                  LANDSCAPE MAINTAINED COTTAGES
                                        (Formerly Document 1)

The purpose of this Appendix is to assist Cottage Home Owners and Community Association
Governance Committees in the preparation and decision rendering of modification requests. This
document contains excerpts from the Supplemental Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and
Restrictions for Sun City Georgetown Applicable to Landscape maintained Cottages pertinent to
changes to the exterior of the home and landscape.

Article III. Additional Covenants:

Installation of Lot Landscaping and Irrigation Equipment:
Del Web will install landscaping and landscape irrigation equipment on each Lot within the
Neighborhood. There is an individual Planting Plan for each model within the Cottages Series, which
identifies the types and placement of each plant. The irrigation system will be designed and installed to
maintain the Planting Plan. The control box for the irrigation equipment will be located outside the
home and controlled by the landscape maintenance contractor hired by the Community Association.
Only items planted by an Association approved contractor will be included in the maintenance
agreement. Owners of lots can not alter the landscaping or landscape irrigation equipment and shall not
interfere with the Association‟s landscaping activities.

Maintenance of Lot Landscaping and Equipment:
The Community Association shall maintain all landscaping and landscape irrigation equipment installed
by Del Webb. The Association‟s responsibilities with respect to maintenance of such landscaping shall
be limited to cutting of grass, trimming and replacement of trees, shrubs, bushes, and other plantings
with plants that are appropriate to the specific location where the replacement is to be placed, and clean-
up and removal of cuttings, trimmings and dead plantings, from time to time as reasonably necessary or
appropriate to stay consistent with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and Design
Guidelines of the Community. The Community Association‟s responsibilities with respect to
maintenance of the landscape irrigation equipment shall be limited to the repair and replacement due to
normal wear and tear. Any costs incurred in repairing, replacing or maintaining the landscape or
landscape irrigation equipment due to the negligent act or omission of any owner or occupant of any Lot
may be assessed in accordance with Article 9, including Sections 9.7 and 9.8, of the Second Amended
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions.

Maintenance Levels:
Each individual lot and mowed turf areas will be maintained as a “Level 1”, all meandering mowed
edges will be maintain as a “Level 2”, native grass buffer areas and all perimeter common areas of the
neighborhood will be maintained as a “Level 3”. These levels are defined as follows:

Level 1: Expect weekly mowing of turf during the season, less frequent mowing when grass is dormant.
Irrigation frequency is targeted toward a “green” appearance throughout season. Annual tree
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Level 2: These areas include non-irrigated areas where re-vegetation with native grass has occurred.
Expect monthly mowing during the growing season, less frequent when dormant. Annual tree
maintenance will apply.

Level 3: These areas typically include non-irrigated areas where re-vegetation with native grasses has
occurred. Prior to seeding, these areas will be “park cleared” to a mowable height of six inches,
including debris clean up. Topsoil will be applied where necessary prior to seeding. Tree canopy
heights will be raised to six feet above ground surface elevation. Expect seasonal mowing of native
areas 2-3 times annually. Annual tree maintenance will apply.

Homeowner Maintained Flowerbed:
At the request of the future homeowner during the option selections process, the original buyer may
request that an irrigated rear-yard flowerbed be left empty for the personal use of the homeowner. The
Developer will determine the size and shape of the flowerbed. Any planting material placed in the bed
by the homeowner must be in compliance with the designated plant list as provided for in the Design
Guidelines. If a homeowner maintained flowerbed is requested, neither the Community Association nor
the Developer will be responsible for the maintenance of the flowerbed. Upon resale of the home, the
homeowner will be solely responsible for the appearance of the flowerbed. No refunds will be given to
past homeowners for replacement of flowers due to a resale of the property. Once a home has a
designated homeowner maintained flowerbed, the bed will remain homeowner maintained and cannot be
added to the landscape maintenance performed by the Community Association at any time.

Art/Ornamentation:
      Front Porch Wall:
             Monterrey – Art/ornamentation may be installed on the Monterrey Model Cottage‟s front
             porch exterior wall if the item/items installed are either a single item or a cluster of items
             no larger than 24 – inches in diameter. The adjoined homeowner must sign the
             Modification Request.

               Newport – Art/ornamentation may be installed on the Newport Model Cottages front
               porch exterior wall if the item/items installed are either a single item or a cluster of items
               no larger than 12-inches in diameter. The adjoined homeowner is not required to sign the
               Modification Request.

       Garage Walls:
             Monterrey – Art/ornamentation may be installed on the Monterrey Model Cottage‟s
             exterior garage wall facing the entry courtyard if the item/items installed are either a
             single item or a cluster of items no larger than 24-inches in diameter. The adjoining
             homeowner must sign the Modification Request.

               Newport – Art/ornamentation may be installed on the Newport Model Cottage‟s exterior
               garage wall facing the entry sidewalk if the item/items installed are either a single item or
               a cluster of items no larger than 24-inches in diameter. The adjoining homeowner must
               sign the Modification Request.

       Covered Rear Patio Wall:
             Monterrey and Newport – Art/ornamentation may be installed on the Monterrey and
             Newport Model Cottages‟ exterior walls if the item/items installed are either a single item
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              or a cluster of items no larger than 24-inches in diameter. The adjoining homeowner is
              not required to sign the Modification Request.

        Lawn Art/Ornamentation:
             Monterrey and Newport – Lawn art/ornamentation may be installed in the in the front,
             side and rear flower beds only and may not be installed in the grass areas. Lawn
             art/ornamentation may include bird baths, shepherd hooks, benches, non-functional bird
             houses, etc., but are limited to three (3) items per yard and shall be limited to a maximum
             height of 36-inches. The adjoining homeowner must sign the Modification Request.

Front Flower Beds:
Monterrey and Newport – No flower pots may be installed in the front flower beds that are located in
front of the decorative fencing or the small bed located in front and between the Newport‟s garages.
Flower boxes may be installed by the homeowner on the decorative fence rails. All flower boxes
installed by a homeowner shall be identical in size, style/model and color. The adjoining homeowner
must sign the Modification Request.

Side and Back Flower Beds:
No trellises may be installed in any flower beds.

Use of Inert Materials:
Refer to Article 2.3 a., of these Design Guidelines.

Modifications:
Owners of the Maintained Cottages may not make any modifications or alterations to the landscape
Planting Plans. Bedding plants may be added to flower beds/mulched area by the homeowners, at their
expense. Homeowner‟s will be responsible for their care/upkeep, and their disposal at the end of the
growing season. Additional flowers/plants can be added in containers that rest on hard surfaces, such as
patio, porch or landscaping rock. Containers for such flowers/plants will not exceed five (5) gallon
capacity and no more than three (3) containers are allowed. Additions to patios will be permitted in the
same configuration as the Developer‟s patio option. The patio addition must be approved by the
Modifications Committee and coordinated with Landscape Maintenance to ensure the integrity of the
irrigation system.

Any and all modifications to the exterior of the Landscape Maintained Cottages, i.e., paint, roof
shingles, shutters, etc., must be presented to the Modifications Committee by both adjoined Cottages
owners. All modifications, including, but not limited to, paint, roof shingles, shutters, and, must be
agreed to by both adjoined Cottages owners.

Until such time as the Modifications Committee changes the color pallets for the Landscape Maintained
Cottages, the exterior colors of the building, including, but not limited to, paint trim colors, roof
shingles/colors, etc., shall be replaced with the same color/style as they were originally painted/installed
at the time of closing. Any and all modification disputes between adjoined Cottages owners must be
resolved through the Modifications Committee prior to any modifications taking place. At no time shall
a Maintained Cottage‟s adjoined building have more than one roof shingle color, exterior paint color,
shutter style or color, or. The homeowners of the Cottages will be responsible for any an all costs
incurred due to repairs and modifications to their homes that are not covered by their warranty or
otherwise covered by their landscape maintenance plan. Painting of the exterior of the adjoined
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Landscape Maintained Cottages should take place as needed in keeping with the standards of
maintenance as set out in the Design Guidelines and Covenants. No art of any kind, including, but not
limited to decorative stars, shall be mounted onto any Maintained Cottages exterior. It is the intent of
the Association to protect the uniformed integrity of the Maintained Cottages. Each Maintained
Cottages building will at all times maintain a uniformed matching exterior, including, but not limited to,
paint and shingle color and type.

Fences:
Only the fences described below will be permitted to be constructed by homeowner after approval by the
Modification Committee has been obtained. However, please note that any area of the homeowner‟s
yard located inside a fence will not be maintained. The maintenance limit will become the exterior line
of the fence and will not include any plantings inside or under the fence. The homeowner will be
responsible for maintaining any plantings located inside or under the fence and must follow all
requirements set forth in the Sun City Texas Design Guidelines, including appropriate approvals. Full
access must be available at all times for the landscape maintenance contractor to allow maintenance of
the irrigation system. There will be no reduction in maintenance fees.

Patio Fence:
Wrought iron fences, in the materials described below may be constructed on the patio, with the
following dimensions and characteristics:

       Height:
       No taller than 3 ½ feet (42‟) measured from the cement level. The vertical members of the fence
       are recommended to be from 3” to 4” apart, but shall be no less than 2.5” or more than 5” apart
       from each other. No knee walls or similar non-wrought iron elements will be permitted.

       Fence Materials:
       Whenever the term “wrought iron fences” is used in Design Guidelines, it refers to actual
       wrought iron fences or fences with approved substitute materials (including aluminum or steel)
       giving the appearance of wrought iron.

       Color:
       Wrought iron will match existing wrought iron in the Neighborhood both in style and color.

Backyard Fence:
Wrought iron fences, in the materials described below may be constructed in the rear yard, with the
following dimensions and characteristics:

       Height:
       No taller than four feet (4‟) measured from the the developer finished ground level. The vertical
       members of the fence are recommended to be from 3” to 4” apart, but shall be no less than 2.5”
       or more than 5” apart from each other. The height of the fence may average 4.5‟ over the length
       of a segment constructed on sloping ground. No knee walls or similar non-wrought iron
       elements will be permitted.

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       Whenever the term “wrought iron fences” is used in Design Guidelines, it refers to actual
       wrought iron fences or fences with approved substitute materials (including aluminum or steel)
       giving the appearance of wrought iron.

       The homeowner may include the optional patio, including a pergola if installed, within the
       fenced area. The homeowner must connect both ends of the fence to the house and not connect
       the fence to the privacy fence/wall.”

       Color:
       Wrought iron will match existing wrought iron in the Neighborhood both in style and color.

       Location:
       The backyard fence cannot exceed past the side corner of the constructed home and may extend
       in length to the privacy screen located between the homeowner‟s house and the adjoining
       Cottage homeowner‟s house. The maximum width of the fenced area shall not exceed 7 feet for
       the Newport and 6 feet for the Monterey. Any area of the homeowner‟s yard located inside a
       fence will not be maintained and regular maintenance will become the responsibility of the
       homeowner. The maintenance limit will become the exterior line of the fence and will not
       include any plantings inside or under the fence. There will be no reduction in maintenance fees.

Spas:
Spas will be permitted only if they are located on the patio or under the patio‟s roof and shielded in
accordance with 2.11 of the Design Guidelines. Any plant material used for screening purposes must be
contained in pots and set on the patio.


Lighting:
Low wattage light fixtures for low level landscaping and walkway lighting are allowed if they are
located within the landscape beds and behind the decorative fencing in the front yard. All lighting to be
in conformance with the illumination limitations provided in Article 2.10 of the Design Guidelines.


  Building lots 103 through 230 in Neighborhood 24B are the lots currently covered by the Landscape
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                                         APPENDIX J-2

                             LANDSCAPE MAINTAINED GARDEN HOMES
                                     (Formerly Document 2)

The purpose of this Appendix is to assist Garden Home Owners and Community Association
Governance Committees in the preparation and decision rendering of modification requests. This
document contains excerpts from the Supplemental Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and
Restrictions for Sun City Texas Applicable to Landscape maintained Garden Homes pertinent to
changes to the exterior of the home and landscape.

Article III. Additional Covenants:

Installation of Lot Landscaping and Irrigation Equipment:
The Developer shall install the initial landscaping and landscape irrigation equipment on each Lot within
the Neighborhood. There is an individual Planting Plan for each model within the Garden Home Series,
which identifies the types and placement of each plant. The irrigation system will be designed and
installed to maintain the Planting Plan. The control box for the irrigation equipment will be located
outside the home and controlled by the landscape maintenance contractor hired by the Community
Association. Only items planted by an Association approved contractor will be included in the
maintenance agreement. Owners of lots can not alter the landscaping or landscape irrigation equipment
and shall not interfere with the Association‟s landscaping activities.

Maintenance of Lot Landscaping and Equipment:
The Community Association shall maintain all landscaping installed by the Developer on Maintained
Garden Homes consistent with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and Design
Guidelines, and shall maintain all landscaping equipment installed by the Developer on such lots in an
operable condition. The Association‟s responsibilities with respect to maintenance of such landscaping
shall be limited to cutting of grass, trimming and replacement of trees, shrubs, bushes, and other
plantings plants that are appropriate to the specific location where the replacement is to be placed, and
clean-up and removal of cuttings, trimmings and dead plantings, from time to time as reasonably
necessary or appropriate to stay consistent with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
and Design Guidelines of the Community. The Community Association‟s responsibilities with respect
to maintenance of the landscape irrigation equipment shall be limited to the repair and replacement due
to normal wear and tear. Any costs incurred in repairing, replacing or maintaining any Maintained
Garden Home Lot, or any associated irrigation equipment necessitated by, or other liability resulting
from, the negligent act or omission of any Owner or occupant of any Lot, their licensees, invitees or
guests, or any act by such persons in violation of this Supplemental Declaration of Covenants,
Conditions & Restrictions, may be assessed against the Lot and the Owner in accordance with Article 9,
including Sections 9.7 and 9.8, of the Amended Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions.

Reserved Easement:
Authorized agents of the Association and the Developer shall have a right, and a perpetual non-exclusive
easement is hereby reserved for the Association and the Developer, to enter all portions of all
Maintained Garden Home Lots for the purpose of entering onto the Maintained Garden Home Lot
(without entering the Home or any area enclosed by a Privacy Fence/Wall permitted under the Design
Guidelines) to perform all activities appropriate or necessary to perform the activities described in this
Supplemental Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, and to install, maintain and operate
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the individual irrigation systems described herein. Developer, its successors and assigns (which may
include the Community Association or landscaping companies hired by the Community Association),
shall have free and unencumbered access onto the Maintained Garden Home Lots to perform such
landscaping, irrigation and maintenance services. It is further agreed that the Community Association
will operate and maintain the irrigation system, and all fixtures and appurtenances attached thereto, for
the landscaping on the Maintained Garden Home Lots. It is expressly agreed that each homeowner shall
permit over spray from adjoining lots to enter their Lot. Homeowners shall not operate or interfere with
the operation of the irrigation system installed by the Community Association and all fixtures and
appurtenances attached thereto.

Maintenance Levels:
Each individual lot and mowed turf areas will be maintained as a “Level 1”, all meandering mowed
edges will be maintain as a “Level 2”, native grass buffer areas and all perimeter common areas of the
neighborhood will be maintained as a “Level 3”. These levels are defined as follows:

Level 1: Expect weekly mowing of turf during the season, less frequent mowing when grass is dormant.
Irrigation frequency is targeted toward a “green” appearance throughout season. Annual tree
maintenance will apply. Semi-annual ground plant maintenance.

Level 2: These areas include non-irrigated areas where re-vegetation with native grass has occurred.
Expect monthly mowing during the growing season, less frequent when dormant. Annual tree
maintenance will apply.

Level 3: These areas typically include non-irrigated areas where re-vegetation with native grasses has
occurred. Prior to seeding, these areas will be “park cleared” to a mowable height of six inches,
including debris clean up. Topsoil will be applied where necessary prior to seeding. Tree canopy
heights will be raised to six feet above ground surface elevation. Expect seasonal mowing of native
areas 2-3 times annually. Annual tree maintenance will apply.

Modifications:
All homeowners must comply with the requirements of the Sun City Texas Design Guidelines and
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. No work shall commence until plans have been
submitted to and approved by the Modification Committee. Please refer to the Sun City Texas Design
Guidelines for submission forms and procedures. Owners of Maintained Garden Home may not make
any modifications or alterations to the landscape Planting Plans. Bedding flowers may be added to
flower beds/mulched areas by the homeowner at their expense. Homeowner‟s will be responsible for
their care/upkeep, and their disposal at the end of the growing season. Additional flowers/plants can be
added in containers that rest on hard surfaces, such as patio, porch or landscaping rock. Containers for
such flowers/plants will not exceed five (5) gallon capacity and no more than three (3) containers are
allowed. All additions must first be approved by the Modifications Committee and will not be
maintained by the Association. Additions to patios will be permitted in the same configuration as the
Developer‟s patio option. The patio addition must be approved by the Modifications Committee and
coordinated with Landscape Maintenance to ensure the integrity of the irrigation system.

Additions to patios will be allowed but must be approved by the Modification Committee and
coordinated with Landscape Maintenance to ensure the integrity of the irrigation system. No ornamental
item or additional plants may be placed or planted in the yard, flowerbeds or tree wells.

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Lawn Art/Ornamentation:
Lawn art/ornamentation may be installed in the front, side and rear flower beds only, and may not be
installed in the turf covered areas. Lawn art/ornamentation may include bird baths, shepherd hooks,
benches, non-functional bird houses, etc., but are limited to four (4) items per yard and shall be limited
to a maximum height of 36-inches. No trellises may be installed in any flower beds.

Fences:
Only the fences described below will be permitted to be constructed by homeowner after approval by the
Modification Committee has been obtained. However, please note that any area of the homeowner‟s
yard located inside a fence will not be maintained. The maintenance limit will become the exterior line
of the fence and will not include any plantings inside or under the fence. The homeowner will be
responsible for maintaining any plantings located inside or under the fence and must follow all
requirements set forth in the Sun City Texas Design Guidelines, including appropriate approvals. Full
access must be available at all times for the landscape maintenance contractor to allow maintenance of
the irrigation system. There will be no reduction in maintenance fees.

Backyard Fence:
Wrought iron fences, in the materials described below may be constructed in the rear yard, with the
following dimensions and characteristics:

       Height:
       No taller than four feet (4‟) measured from the developer finished ground level. The vertical
       members of the fence are recommended to be from 3” to 4” apart, but shall be no less than 2.5”
       or more than 5” apart from each other. The height of the fence may average 4.5‟ over the length
       of a segment constructed on sloping ground. No knee walls or similar non-wrought iron
       elements will be permitted.

       Fence Materials:
       Whenever the term “wrought iron fences” is used in Design Guidelines, it refers to actual
       wrought iron fences or fences with approved substitute materials (including aluminum or steel)
       giving the appearance of wrought iron.

       Color:
       Wrought iron will match existing wrought iron in the Neighborhood both in style and color.

       Location:
       The backyard fence cannot exceed past the side corners of the constructed home and cannot
       extend beyond fifteen feet (15‟) from the rear wall of the home. In addition, any fencing cannot
       be located closer than ten feet (10‟) from the rear lot line. Any area of the homeowner‟s yard
       located inside a fence will not be maintained and regular maintenance will become the
       responsibility of the homeowner. The maintenance limit will become the exterior line of the
       fence and will not include any plantings inside or under the fence. There will be no reduction in
       maintenance fees.

Code Restriction:
The City of Georgetown will not permit a fence or other structure more than thirty percent (30%) solid
or more than three feet (3‟) high to be located within twenty-five feet (25‟) of the intersection of any
rights-of-way.
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Spas:
Spas will be permitted only if they are located on the patio or under the patio‟s roof and shielded in
accordance with 2.11 of the Design Guidelines. Any plant material used for screening purposes must be
contained in pots and set on the patio.

Lighting:
Low-wattage light fixtures for low-level landscape and walkway lighting are allowed if they are located
within the landscape beds.

Building Lots:
1 through 102 in Neighborhood 24A and lots 1through 82 in Neighborhood 14A and 14B are the lots
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                                                 COURTYARD HOMES

The purpose of this Appendix is to assist Courtyard Home Owners and Community Association
Governance Committees in the preparation and decision rendering of modification requests. This
document contains excerpts from the Supplemental Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and
Restrictions for Sun City Texas Applicable to Courtyard Homes pertinent to changes to the exterior of
the home and landscape.

Article I.    Definitions :

       The following terms shall have the meanings set forth below:

       Benefited Lot: A Residential Lot that abuts an Easement Area located within an immediately
adjacent Residential Lot.

       Burdened Lot: A Residential Lot that contains an Easement Area that abuts another Residential
Lot.

       Permitted Easement Purposes: The use and maintenance of the Easement Area in a manner
generally consistent with the owner‟s maintenance and use of the yard on his or her own Residential Lot,
including planting, removing and caring for landscaping, installing fencing and generally using the
Easement Area as if it were an extension of the Benefited Lot‟s yard, subject to the Reserved Rights.

         Reserved Rights: The rights of the owner of a Burdened Lot to enter onto and use the Easement
Area contained on his or her Residential Lot for purposes of maintaining, repairing, painting, restoring
and rebuilding the Home located on the Burdened Lot without interference from the Permitted Easement
Purposes. The Reserved Rights specifically include the right to remove, trim, reduce or alter, without
notice to or consent by the owner of the Benefited Lot, any landscaping, shrubs, plants, trees, branches,
improvements, grading, fencing or other materials that are located on the Easement Area to the extent
they either (i) interfere with the exercise of the Reserved Rights by the owner of the Burdened Lots and
to the extent necessary for the performance of the Reserved Rights or (ii) cause damage to the Burdened
lot or the Home located on it.

       Any other capitalized terms not defined in this Easement Declaration shall have the meanings
ascribed to them in that certain Second Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions
and Restrictions for Sun City Georgetown recorded as Document No. 2002062374 of the Official
Records of Williamson County (the “CC&R‟s Declaration”).

Article II.   Grant of Easement Rights in favor of Benefited Lots:

       Each Owner of a Benefited Lot shall have, and by this Easement Declaration is hereby granted
and conveyed, a perpetual easement to enter onto, use and maintain the Easement Area that abuts that
Benefited Lot for the Permitted Easement Purposes, but subject to the Reserved Rights. Each Owner of
a Benefited Lot assumes the obligation to maintain the Easement Area in accordance with Community
Wide Standard and in a manner generally consistent with such owner‟s maintenance of its own
Residential Lot, subject to the Reserved Rights and the immediately succeeding paragraph.
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        Each Owner of a Benefited Lot who installs or permits landscaping, shrubs, plants, trees,
branches, improvements, grading, fencing or other materials on the Easement Area (collectively
“Improvements”) must ensure that the Improvements do not interfere with the Reserved Rights or cause
damage to the Burdened Lot. OWNERS OF BENEFITED LOTS WHO INSTALL OR PERMIT
IMPROVEMENTS THAT INTERFERE WITH THE RESERVED RIGHTS OR CAUSE DAMAGE
TO THE BURDENED LOTS DO SO AT HIS OR HER OWN RISK AS ALL SUCH
IMPROVEMENTS MAY BE REMOVED BY THE OWNER OF THE BURDENED LOT AT ANY
TIME, WITHOUT NOTICE AND WITHOUT LIABILITY, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
RESERVED RIGHTS. No landscaping, shrubs, plants, trees, branches, improvements, grading, fencing
or other materials may be installed or placed on the Easement Area by the owned or the Benefited Lot if
they interfere with the Reserved Rights or damage the Home situated on the Burdened Lot. The owner
of a Benefited Lot may not: (i) alter the grading of the Easement Area, (ii) install irrigation in the
Easement Area, (iii) install fencing, trellises, vines or other materials that cover the side of the Home
located on the Burdened Lot.

       Each owner of a Benefited Lot who leases the Lot to a third party shall inform the lessee of the
terms of this Easement Declaration and provide them a copy of this Easement Declaration.

Article III.   Reserved Rights:

       The owner of each Burdened Lot shall reserve, and by this Easement Declaration does hereby
reserve, the Reserved Rights as to any Easement Area located on the Burdened Lot.

Article IV.    Diagram and Description:

       A single Residential Lot may be both a Burdened Lot with respect to the Easement Area located
on that Residential Lot and a Benefited Lot with respect to an Easement Area located on an adjacent
Residential Lot.

       For purposes of illustration, the diagram attached as Exhibit “A” depicts an example of four
Residential Lots and Easement Areas.

Article V.     Miscellaneous:

         The easements, reserved rights and obligations set forth in this Declaration of Easement shall be
construed to run with the land and bind all future Owners of the Residential Lots and their respective
successors and assigns. In no event shall the Community Association or the Declarant have any liability
for failure to monitor or enforce this Easement Declaration or in relation to the exercise of rights or other
actions taken by the Owners of Residential Lots under or in relation to this Easement Declaration.
Nothing in this Easement Declaration shall be construed to modify or amend the CC&R‟s Declaration.
Until the expiration of the Class B Control Period established in the Declaration, this Easement
Declaration may be amended unilaterally by Declarant upon notice to each owner of a Residential Lot.
After the expiration of the Class B Control Period, this Easement Declaration may be amended upon
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Open Area Lot                                               Exhibit A




                                                                                                                                           Open Area Lot
                     Residential Lot            Residential Lot                 Residential Lot                  Residential Lot
                           A                          B                               C                                D




                         Easement             Easement                Easement              Easement
                          Area 1               Area 2                  Area 3                Area 4
                                              Area 2
                Explanation (Not to scale and for illustration only - each Residential Lot owner must refer to the
                Neighborhood 38 Plat to determine the exact status of his or her Residential Lot)

                Residential Lot A is the Burdened Lot with respect to Easement Area 1, which is located within
                boundary lines of Residential Lot A. Residential Lot A is not a Benefited Lot as there is no Easement
                Area immediately adjacent to Residential Lot A.

                Residential Lot B is the Benefited Lot with respect to Easement Area 1. The Owner of Residential Lot
                B may use Easement Area 1 for the Permitted Easement Purposes, subject to Residential Lot A's
                Reserved Rights and the Owner of Residential Lot B must maintain Easement Area 1 in accordance with
                the Community Wide Standard. Residential Lot B is the Burdened Lot with respect to Easement Area 2,
                which is located within the boundary lines of Residential Lot B.

                Residential Lot C is the Benefited Lot with respect to Easement Area 2. The Owner of Residential Lot
                C may use Easement Area 2 for the Permitted Easement Purposes, subject to Residential Lot B's
                Reserved Rights and the Owner of Residential Lot C must maintain Easement Area 2 in accordance with
                the Community Wide Standard. Residential Lot C is the Burdened Lot with respect to Easement Area 3,
                which is located within the boundary lines of Residential Lot C.

                Residential Lot D is the Benefited Lot with respect to Easement Area 3. The Owner of Residential Lot
                D may use Easement Area 3 for the Permitted Easement Purposes, subject to Residential Lot C's
                Reserved Rights and the Owner of Residential Lot D must maintain Easement Area 3 in accordance with
                the Community Wide Standard. Residential Lot D is not a Burdened Lot as Easement Area 4 abuts
                open space and not a Residential Lot. No one has easements rights with respect to Easement Area 4 and
                it must be maintained by the Owner of Residential Lot D as part of Residential Lot D.




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Article VI. Additional Covenants:

Fencing:
   Fences:
      Only perimeter fences described below will be permitted on Courtyard Home lots, subject to
      application to and approval by the Modifications Committee.

      Backyard Fence: Wrought iron fences, in the materials described below may be constructed in
      the rear yard, with the following dimensions and characteristics:

      Height: No taller than four feet (4 ft) measured from the finished ground level. The vertical
      members of the fence are recommended to be from 3” to 4” apart, but shall be no less than 2.5”
      or more than 5” apart from each other. The height of the fence may average 4.5‟ over the length
      of a segment constructed on sloping ground. No knee walls or similar non-wrought iron
      elements will be permitted.

      Fence Materials: Whenever the term “wrought iron fences” is used in Design Guidelines, it
      refers to actual wrought iron fences or fences with approved substitute materials (including
      aluminum or steel) giving the appearance of wrought iron.

      Color and Style: Wrought iron will match existing wrought iron in the Neighborhood both in
      style and color

      Location:
      Perimeter Fence: The backyard perimeter fence must extend from the rear corner of the
      benefited home on the non-patio side along the use easement line to the rear property line, then
      along the rear property line and across the use easement, turning back along the use easement
      line and terminating at the rear corner of the burdened home (see Illustrations 1A – Llano and 2A
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                                                                                              Perimeter Fence




                                    Illustration 1A – Llano Perimeter Fence




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                                                                                                     Perimeter Fence
                                                                                                         Option A




                                       Illustration 2A – San Saba Perimeter Fence


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                                         APPENDIX K
                                    Document 2-Pocket Parks

                           SUN CITY TEXAS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
                             PROPERTY AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

                      POLICY – USE OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (CA) GROUNDS

1. Background. Sun City Texas is a master planned community located in the hill country of Central
   Texas where native trees, shrubs, grasses and wildflowers thrive. The developer and the CA have
   sought to preserve this inherent beauty through careful design, planning and landscape maintenance.
   As a result, our community is provided an outdoor environment of natural beauty and native
   landscape that beckons to be used and enjoyed. Accordingly, this policy is established to permit
   groups of residents to use selected common areas for recreation and social activities without
   interfering with the beauty and intended condition of the selected area or the areas adjoining thereto.
2. Purpose. The purpose of this policy is to prescribe the procedures and rules under which the CA may
   authorize groups of residents within a neighborhood or a specified portion of a neighborhood
   (hereafter referred to as a “neighborhood group”) to make improvements on and use specific
   improved or unimproved CA grounds.
3. General Policy.
   a. In accordance with the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and CA policies, all
       CA grounds belong to the CA and are available for the use by all residents unless designated as
       Environmentally Sensitive Areas. Individual residents or groups of residents are not authorized
       to modify or add items of any nature to common areas, e.g., planting shrubs or trees, bird houses,
       benches, ornamental statuary or like items, or other similar activities, without approval by the
       CA or its designated governance committee.
   b. Selected CA grounds may be authorized for use by neighborhood groups and will be designated
       “pocket parks” regardless of intended use or size. Grounds designated as “pocket parks” are
       available for use by all residents. However, the CA will not authorize transit through residents‟
       property by other residents in order to gain access to designated “pocket parks”.
4. Procedures.
   a. The Board of Directors will be the approval authority for matters related to the establishment of
       “pocket parks”. The Board delegates to the Property and Grounds Committee the authority to
       make all decisions pertaining to the establishment and oversight of “pocket parks.” The
       committee is authorized to define and specify the areas approved for “pocket parks”, the rules
       under which they will function, and their specific use. The Property and Grounds Committee at
       the completion of its work shall send the final project to the Board of Directors for review and
       approval.
   b. Neighborhood groups desiring to use an area must seek the approval of the Property and
       Grounds Committee in advance to establish a “pocket park”.
   c. Requests for the establishment of a “pocket park” by neighborhood groups will be submitted in
       writing to the Property and Grounds Committee, and must include:
       1) A complete description of the area,
       2) The location of any additions or changes to be made to the area including any equipment to
           be placed in the area. Drawings should be included to clarify descriptions.
       3) The names of the residents of the neighborhood group requesting use of the area and a
           statement of concurrence signed by all residents whose property is in the vicinity of the area
           being requested and is visually or physically impacted.

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       4) The name of the resident designated by the neighborhood group to speak for the group in all
           communications.
       5) The standards and procedures for use and maintenance of the area and any equipment located
           therein by the neighborhood group.
       6) Procedures for scheduling use of the area.
   d. The Property and Grounds Committee will:
       (1) Coordinate all requests with the Covenants and Modification Committees, other CA
            committees as appropriate, and the CA staff prior to approval. Architectural improvements
            and changes must be approved by the Modification Committee.
       (2) Prepare propose written approvals and submit them to the Board of Directors for approval.
            Approvals will define the area approved for the “pocket park”, the rules under which it will
            function, and its specific use. Approvals will include the requirement that any homeowner
            who is a member of the neighborhood group and who is selling his/her residence must
            disclose to the buyer that the CA Board of Directors has approved the “pocket park”, the
            changes to the common area that have been made, and the specific maintenance that is
            required. Submissions will include a record of all coordination actions by other committees.
   e. Neighborhood groups desiring to make additions or changes to a “pocket park will submit a
       written request to the Property and Grounds Committee. No additions or changes will be made
       to CA grounds unless approved by the Board of Directors.
   f. Neighborhood groups desiring to withdraw from arrangements for use of CA grounds and/or
       designation of a “pocket park” will submit such a request to the Property and Grounds
       Committee in writing. Such requests must be submitted and signed by at least a majority of the
       original petitioners. Approval of such requests may include the requirement to restore the
       grounds to its original condition and/or remove any items approved for installation on the
       grounds, any cost of which must be borne by the members of the neighborhood group.
5. Rules for Use and Maintenance of Pocket Parks.
   a. The pocket park must be maintained at least to the standards expected of all other similar CA
       property including cutting grass and maintaining natural vegetation. The standards expected will
       be specified in the approval document. Any items added to the pocket park must not interfere
       with the normal landscape maintenance performed by the CA or its contractors.
   b. Any equipment added to the pocket park must be kept clean and in operating order.
   c. Trees and shrubs in the area at time of approval will not be damaged or removed without written
       permission from the CA staff. All trees or shrubs including any approved for addition will be
       maintained to insure proper growth.
6.   CA Authority.
     a. Upon recommendation of the Property and Grounds Committee, the Board of Directors may
        revoke authorization for use of designated areas of CA grounds as pocket parks. This action may
        be taken in the event the neighborhood group fails to comply with the provisions of this policy or
        the requirements specified in the approval document.
     b. All items placed in the pocket park become the property of the CA; however, the CA does not
        accept any responsibility for maintaining any items placed therein by the neighborhood group.
     c. The CA is authorized to remove and dispose of any equipment, tree, or shrub that has
        deteriorated or become unsightly. The CA is not required to replace any item or plant removed
        nor to provide any compensation for the loss.

     Approved by the CA Board of Directors by unanimous consent, October 22, 2004, and amended by
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                                                         APPENDIX K

                                             Document 3-Leased Property

                   SUN CITY TEXAS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (SCTCA)
                          PROPERTY AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

                              CONCEPT FOR LEASING COMMON STRIPS

1. Lease:
   a. The SCT Community Association (CA) is prepared to lease common area strips to adjacent
      property owner(s) under a lease agreement written for a specific piece of property and signed by
      all parties. Common area strips that will be considered for lease are strips designated for Level
      II maintenance, bounded on two sides by residential lots and bounded on a third side by a street.
      Under no circumstance will common area land designated as Level III, IV or V maintenance be
      considered for lease.

      Guidelines for the lease are:
      (1) A lease may be made with owners of the property on both sides of a common strip, or with
          one owner if the other owner does not wish to participate. In the latter case, the owner not
          wishing to participate will be asked to so indicate in writing.
      (2) A normal lease will be for 20 years. Shorter terms of at least 5-years or longer are an
          alternative if the residents so desired.
      (3) A lease can be renewed at end of lease if all parties agree.
      (4) Leases must be renegotiated if the property is sold. Purchaser will have the option to
          continue as a party to the original lease under its stated conditions or to enter into a new lease
          to which all parties could agree.
      (5) Any party to a lease can withdraw from the lease upon giving the remaining party(s) 30 days
          notification in writing at which time the property will revert to the CA. Any costs involved
          in restoring the property to its original state including disconnecting any irrigation systems
          will be borne by the residents involved.
   b. The CA can void the lease if the resident(s) fails to live up to the provisions of the lease. In the
      event the lease is voided, any costs to restore the property to its original state including
      disconnecting any irrigation systems will be borne by the residents involved.
   c. An example of a lease is enclosed for information. Each lease will be tailored so as to address
      the joint requirements of the lessee(s) and the CA in each specific situation, and will specifically
      describe the common strip and any easements.

2. Residents:
   a. Residents assume control of property as if their own and:
      (1) Agree to maintain property in line with own property and in accordance with CC&Rs and
          CA rules.
      (2) Can landscape, e.g., plant shrubs, trees and/or grass; add rock cover as permitted by CC&Rs.
      (3) Can add irrigation connected to either or both residents own irrigation system(s).
      (4) Agree to pay the costs of any utilities related to the area.
      (5) Agree to contact the City of Georgetown Utility Office to transfer responsibility for any
          utility meters that are already installed on the strip.
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   b. Residents must submit any proposed changes to the property to the CA Modification Committee
       and obtain its approval prior to making any changes.
   c. All improvements will be made at resident‟s expense.

3.    Community Association (CA):
     a. CA retains ownership and pays property taxes.
     b. All easements remain in effect.
        (1) CA retains authority to access the area if an easement exists.
        (2) CA will repair any damage to the area and will return it to the state having been established
            by the residents if work by Community Association is required.
     c. CA will install an irrigation controller on common strips having an irrigation system so the
        residents can control watering.
     d. CA can take action if resident(s) fail to live up to provisions of lease by:
        (1) Issuing an initial letter of warning requiring corrective action within 30 days followed by, if
            necessary, a second letter requiring corrective action within a second 30 day period [total of
            60 days].
        (2) Voiding lease after resident(s) fail to comply with second letter of warning or renegotiating
            the lease if all parties are agree to do so.
     e. In the event lease is voided, CA will retake complete control of property and all improvements
        thereon. The CA at its option may levy costs to restore property to original configuration to
        include disconnecting any irrigation lines from resident(s)‟ irrigation systems(s).


                                Special Note to Lessees Under These Provisions

Any property leased to homeowners under is subject to the applicable Design Guideline for
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                                          APPENDIX L

                            Sun City Outside Landscaping Contractor Program
                                                   for
                                     Classic and Estate Series Homes

The Outside Contractor program was designed to offer our homeowners the ability to install landscape
features of plants/shrubs, trees, mulch, river rock and steel edging prior to closing.

We have partnered with a contractor that is very familiar with Sun City Texas as well as other Sun
City‟s across the country. Additionally, they are familiar with the community Design Guidelines and
will insure that your plan will meet these guidelines. Due to the volume of business the contractor
receives from our homeowners, their pricing will be very competitive. They are committed to providing
you with a wide range of choices, good value, and the highest level of customer service.

This program is very structured and does require cooperation between the homeowner, the outside
contractor, and Del Webb. Please read through the details of this program carefully and ask your sale
associate if you need any additional information.

Program Benefits:

   Landscape plan that is customized for you.
   Contractor that knows the Sun City Texas Design Guidelines and can guide you through the “can
    dos”!
   Landscape installed prior to closing (weather permitting of course!)
   The Outside Contractor will be allowed to modify the bed layout, sprinkler system design, etc. for
    any hardscape that you may wish to install after closing.

The Process:

Step 1. Contact and meet with the Outside Contractor. Your sales
associate or designer will provide you the contractor‟s contact name and number for scheduling.

Step 2. The contractor will provide several options and designs utilizing the current Sun City Texas
Design Guidelines.

Step 3. Finalize all plans no later than 45 days prior to the proposed closing month. This provides the
needed time to coordinate the installation with the construction schedule.

We recommend that you use your pre-drywall orientation walk as an opportunity to meet with your
Outside Contractor to finalize your landscape plan.

Step 4. After you have selected your final plan, sign a contract directly with the Outside Contractor for
your customized landscape design. Payments are made directly to the contractor and the contractor
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Step 5. The Outside Contractor will provide the Sun City Texas Modifications Committee with a copy of
your original landscape design. This will help in your future submission to the Modifications
Committee on post closing landscape matters not covered in your original plan.


ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT FACTS

Inventory Home:

If you are purchasing a home that was already started by the builder, your salesperson or designer will
check with our construction staff to see if the building schedule will allow for any additions. If so, it is
extremely important that you meet with our contractor as soon as possible because we are unable to
delay the closing of these homes for landscape items. If the schedule does not allow time for additions
you can add these features after closing.

Hardscape Features:

Due to scheduling challenges, hardscape features such as decks, patios, walkways, ponds, etc. are not
allowed prior to closing.

However, to assist you in installing hardscape, the Outside Contractor will be allowed to make the
appropriate modifications to the irrigation, sod and bed layout to accommodate your hardscape plan.
Your Contractor will submit the hardscape plan to the Modifications Committee for review and
approval. Once approval is obtained from the Modifications Committee, installation can begin. Please
Note: All work must be completed within 120 days of closing.

If You Choose a Different Landscape Contractor

   We will be unable to allow modifications to the standard bed layouts, sprinkler system design, or sod
    layout prior to closing. This is to protect your warranties.
   You must submit your landscape plan to the Modification Committee prior to installation.
   The landscape must be installed within 120 days after closings.

Changes to The Original Plan
The Modification Committee must approve all changes from the original landscape plan submitted by
the Contractor prior to installation. Please refer to your Sun City Texas Design Guidelines for the
process.

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We hope that you find our Outside Contractor program helpful in the design and installation of your new
home landscaping. We have designed this program to help provide you with a higher level of customer
service in this very custom area.


____________________ _________                                       ______________________________
Buyer                Date                                            Buyer                     Date


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             DEFINITIONS OF TERMINOLOGY IN THE DESIGN GUIDELINES
                                     OR
            IN COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE MODIFICATIONS COMMITTEE

2:12: (See Pitch of Roof)

3-tab Shingles: Standard-size fiberglass shingles or asphalt shingles offered in a wide variety of colors
and textures.

AAG: Architecture Advisory Group, an authorized sub-committee of the Modifications Committee
created to assist with applications for modifications involving matters of architectural design. See Article
12 and Appendix I for additional information.

Aesthetics: A pleasing appearance or effect. In the context of governance through the Modifications
Committee, dealing with the nature of appearance and making informed judgments concerning
appearance.

Arbor: A double-plane structure (height and width, and depth); a shelter (having height, width and
depth) bearing the vines or branches of plant material, or a latticework covered with climbing shrubs or
vines.

Architectural Screening: A constructed device, the purpose of which is to separate from view.

Attached Home: A single family residence sharing a common wall with another residence; the
“Cottages”, for example.

Benefited Lot: A Residential Lot that abuts an Easement Area located within an immediately adjacent
Residential Lot (see Appendix J-3).

Build Line: The line defining the maximum extent of the buildable space on a lot; also, the “Set -back”
line.

Burdened Lot: A Residential Lot that contains an Easement Area that abuts another Residential Lot
(see Appendix J-3).

Catenary: The curve assumed by a cord or wire of uniform density and cross section that is flexible but
not capable of being stretched and that hangs freely from two fixed points.

Control Preserve Lot: See “Nature Preserve Lot.”

Cottage (The Cottages): A single family residence sharing a common wall with another residence;
also “Attached Home” or “Duplex.”

Courtyard: An open enclosure adjacent to a building (as a house).



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Courtyard Homes: A single family detached residence, typically sited on a lot with one narrow side
set backs, and a similarly sited home on the adjacent lot; also “Zero-lot-line” home.

Custom Homes: Homes designed and constructed by architects and builders not affiliated with the
Developer. Refer to Appendices F and G for more information.

Date of Approval: The date of approval, of applications submitted for consideration by the
Modifications Community, is the date such approval is certified by the signature of a standing member
of the Modifications Committee.

Deck: A level surface area without walls and roof connected to the principal structure (the home), made
of wood or wood substitute material (a composite of wood and plastic made to look like wood).

Declarant: See Developer

Declarant’s Architectural Review Committee: A committee established by the Developer to review
processes and procedures for new construction they may build.

Declaration: Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions for Sun City, Texas

Detached Homes: A single family residence sharing no common wall with another residence.

Design Guidelines: The document that provides standards and procedures for the modification of home
exteriors at Sun City Texas.

Developer: Del Webb or Del Webb/Pulte.

Developer finished Grade: See “Finished Grade.”

Dimensions: The measure in one direction, for example; length, width, depth or elevation. In these
Design Guidelines, where there is a conflict between which is the width and length of a two-dimensional
surface the larger dimension will be considered the length.

Duplex: A single family residence sharing a common wall with another residence; for example, the
Cottages; also, “Attached Home.”

Earth Tone: A color containing an element of deep rich brown.

Enclosure: A constructed area of the home, other than fenced; that may be open, as in a
courtyard; or, that may be closed, as in a sun room enclosure.

Fence: A barrier intended to prevent escape or intrusion or to mark a boundary; in particular, such a
barrier made of posts and wire or boards. In these Design Guidelines a fence is not a visual barrier;
whereas, a wall is a visual barrier.

Finished Grade: The grade level created by the home builder and present at the time of “Original
Home Closing”; “The developer finished grade.”


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Garden Home: A Garden Home is a single family residence that does not share a common wall with
another residence, and is located in a Neighborhood where contracted Landscape Maintenance is a
condition of ownership; also a “Patio Home.”

Golf Course Lot: Building lots that wholly or partially border on, and have a view of, a golf course or
on a common area strip that is intermediary to the building lot and the golf course and does not obscure
the view, thereof.

Grade: The pitch and the slope of the ground; ground level at any point on a property.

Greenbelt Lot: Building lots that wholly or partially border on, and have a view of, a landscaped or
natural area where no buildings are present.

Habitat Preserve Lot: See “Nature Preserve Lot.”

Hardscape: Synonymous with impervious cover and refers, but is not limited to walkways, patios,
driveways, retaining walls, pools and ponds. Hardscape is that area of property that is modified or
ornamented using impermeable natural or manufactured materials, such as, but not limited to, concrete,
stone, plastic composition or wood.

Hedge: A fence or boundary formed by a dense row of shrubs or low trees.

Hip roof: A roof with four roof planes coming together at a peak and four separate hip legs [ridges].

House Slab: The principal component of the house‟s foundation; the slab structure completely covered
by the original roof of the house.

H.V.A.C. or HVAC: Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

Impervious Cover: Synonymous with hardscape and refers to walkways, patios, driveways, retaining
walls, pools and ponds.

Inert Material: Materials such as rock, hardwood mulch or bark that are deficient in active properties.

Interior Lot: Building lots that are not Golf Course Lots, Greenbelt Lots, Habitat Preserve Lots or
Nature Preserve Lots.

Inventory Homes: Also known as “Spec Homes” and refers to homes that are in the process of being
built at the time of sale.

Landscape; Landscaping: The area of property modified or ornamented by alteration of the plant
cover; to modify or ornament (a natural landscape) by altering the plant cover.

Low-voltage Lighting: Appliances and lights that operate at a lower voltage than line voltage (voltages
generally in the range 100–240 Volts) are termed low voltage. These appliances or lamps require a
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Lumen (s): A measure of light energy generated by a light source. One foot candle is one lumen per
square foot. For purposes of these Guidelines, the lumen output shall be the initial lumen output of a
lamp, as rated by the manufacturer.

Maintained Homes: Cottages and Garden homes that are maintained under agreement with the Sun City
Texas Community Association. Such maintenance includes the installation of landscaping and landscape
irrigation equipment in accordance with the Planting Plan for the individual Cottage or Garden Home
model. The Community Association‟s responsibilities with respect to maintenance of such landscaping
shall be limited to cutting of grass, trimming and replacement of trees, shrubs, bushes, and other plantings
with the original plant type, and clean-up and removal of cuttings, trimmings and dead plantings, from
time to time as reasonably necessary or appropriate to stay consistent with the Covenants, Conditions and
Restrictions (CC&Rs) and Design Guidelines of the Community.

Maximum Size of Plantings: In these Design Guidelines, Maximum Size of Planting means the
anticipated height and horizontal dimension of the plant material, not the trunk alone, at full maturity.
Where such limitation is applied, the Modifications Committee will anticipate growth of applicable
plantings in its consideration of any application submitted for approval.

MC: See Modifications Committee

Modifications Committee: The Sun City Texas Community Association governance committee that is
charged with the formulation of Design Guidelines and their application in the review of Homeowner‟s
submission for changes to their property and exterior of their home.

Natural Materials: Architectural or landscape materials that are used in a state that is virtually the same
as the way they are found in nature, such as rocks, sands, gravels and logs or timbers.

Naturally Open Space Lot: See “Nature Preserve Lot.”

Nature Preserve Lot: Building lots that wholly or partially border upon “Common Areas” that have
been designated as Nature Preserve, Control Preserve, or Habitat Preserve areas.

Original Home Closing: The closing attendant to the original purchase of the home, not the re-sale of the
home.

Outside Contractor: A contractor engaged by the homeowner.

Outside Contractor Program: Refer to Appendix L for a description of the program.

Patio, Closed: A level surface area connected to the principal structure (the home) that was originally
created as an open patio. A patio enclosure is, typically, composed of a shed roof (a single plane) and
curtain wall (a non-bearing exterior wall between columns or piers) framing glass and/or screen material.

Patio, Open: A level surface area without walls and roof. An open patio may be connected to the
principal structure (the home) or may be free-standing, within the limitations set forth in these guidelines.

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Patio Fence: An approved fence enclosing a rear patio or a portion of the rear yard that is within the
rear boundary of the property (see Article 2.5 b.)

Patio Slab: The hardscape surface of a patio or patio extension, whether connected to the home of free-
standing; separate from the „house slab‟; not under the original roof of the house.

Pergola: A structure usually consisting of parallel colonnades (columns) supporting an open roof of
girders and cross rafters. There are branded products with solid roofs that are also referred to as
pergolas. These are generally structures employing a roofing material consisting of foam insulation
sandwiched between two sheets of metal or plastic material.

Pitch of Roof: The incline slope of a roof; or the ratio of the total rise to the total width of a roof-slope
plane, i.e., a 2-foot rise and 12-foot width is a 2:12 pitch roof (expressed in the inches of rise, per foot of
horizontal run).

Porch: Usually a roofed open area attached to the entrance to a house; a roofed platform adjoining an
entrance to the house; also, a veranda.

Privacy Fence: A fence that provides a complete visual barrier when the enclose area is viewed from
adjoining properties. Privacy fences are not permitted in Sun City Texas (see Article 2.5 b. iv.).

Privacy Screen: A structure used to provide limited privacy from an adjoining property (see Article
2.14 b.).

Privacy Wall: A masonry structure attached to the rear of a house that provides a visual barrier when
viewed from the outside.

Reviewing Body: The Modifications Committee.

Rolled Roofing: Asphalt roofing products manufactured in a rolled form. Often used as a substitute for
3-tab shingles, this form of roofing material is not permitted for use under these Design Guidelines.

Screen Room: The area under a flat roofed patio cover that is enclosed by walls composed mainly of
insect screen.

Seat Wall: A raised structure built along the edge of a patio or deck to provide seating and a safety. Seat
walls are, generally, built of the same material as the patio or deck of which it is a part and are a visual
barrier. Seat wall construction is integral with the patio or deck and is not more than 36-inches (36”) high
when measured from the patio or deck surface to its highest point (see Article 2.5 h.).

Security Door: An exterior door and casing unit that is manufactured for the express purpose of
providing a deterrent to forceful entry to the home. It is installed outside the exterior door provided by
the builder. A “security door” may have the attributes of a “storm door”. However, a “storm door” is
designed to only provide protection against the hazards of extreme weather.

Set-back: Set-back means the required open space on the same lot with a principal building and its
appurtenances, which space is unoccupied and unobstructed from the ground upward. Set-backs, and
building limitations within their bounds, are generally prescribed by local building ordinances, and may be
modified by agreement between the City of Georgetown and the Developer.
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Shade Device: An overhead lattice covered structure (see Pergola).

Shed roof: Roof design of a single roof plane.

Slab: The “slab,” when used in these guidelines or in communications with the Modifications Committee,
shall be understood to mean that portion of the foundation of the home that is within the area defined by
the original roof line. The “slab” does not include patios, porches or other flat work that is outside the
original roof line of the home, whether present at the time of original close of title for the property or
added afterward.

Soffit vent: A ventilation intake installed under the eaves, or at the roof edge.

Spark Arrestor: Spark arresters are also fitted to the top of a flue (or a chimney pot) to prevent floating
embers from a fire (particularly one burning wood) setting light to a flammable roofing surface (shingle,
thatch, or bitumen-felt) or falling onto combustible material, such a dry foliage or plant material on the
ground. Such a spark arrester typically consists of a double layer of metal mesh, which catches the ember
and allows the flue gas to escape.

Spec Homes: Also known as “Inventory Homes” and refers to homes that are in the process of being
built at the time of sale.

Sun Room Enclosure: A porch, under the original roof of the home or that of an approved addition to the
home, which is fully enclosed with walls, composed mainly of glass.

Supplemental Declaration: Supplemental Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions for
Sun City Texas applicable to specific homes and neighborhoods such as the Garden Homes and Cottages.

Trellis: A single-plane structure (height and width); a frame of latticework used as a screen or as a
support for climbing plants.

Water Feature: An architectural or landscape enhancement that uses running water as a principal
component. Water Features include, but are not limited to fountains, waterfalls and artificial streams.

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                                         APPENDIX N

                              SUN CITY GEORGETOWN
                            COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.

                                             Amended Charter for the
                                             Modifications Committee

                                                      December 2006


NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, at such time as the Declarant and the Board determine
appropriate, the Board shall establish a Modifications Committee (“MC”) which shall consist of at least
five, but not more than seven, persons.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board hereby confirms that in 1996, the Modifications
Committee was duly established.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the members of the Modification Committee shall serve
two-year terms unless earlier removed by a resolution of the Board.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that up to three (3) Alternates may be appointed by the Board to
serve as a pool of voting substitutes on the Modifications Committee when a sitting member is absent.
These Alternates will have previously served on either the Modifications Committee or the Covenants
Committee. At the request of the Chair of the Modifications Committee, a maximum of one (1)
Alternate may attend a specific Modifications Committee meeting as a substitute for a Modifications
Committee member who cannot attend. The intent is to ensure that a quorum is present for a given
meeting or to maximize the attendees if an important issue is to be discussed.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the appointment of the sitting Modification Committee
members shall be in accordance with the nominating committee process, except for the Alternates which
will be recommended to the Board by the Modifications Committee.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the chairperson, co-chair, and secretary are to be
nominated and elected by the modification committee members on an annual basis.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that because the Modifications Committee has an obligation to
respect the privacy of the residents of Sun City Texas while investigating and acting on non-compliance
with the Design Guidelines (DG), the Committee is expected to resolve non-compliance issues in
confidence. While the Committee will schedule open meetings to discuss non-confidential
administrative matters and topics, the Committee will conduct executive sessions whenever confidential
or privileged issues are addressed. At that time all visitors and any non-committee members will be
requested to leave the meeting (the Covenants representative, the Board liaison, the Staff liaison, and
NRO ex-officio member will be allowed to stay). Residents or other violators who request a hearing
before the Modifications Committee pursuant to Section 3.24 of the By-Laws, however, shall be able to


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attend the hearing and may bring one representative. If the representative is also a witness, the
representative may be required to leave the meeting during the testimony of other witnesses.”

WHEREAS, Section 5.3 of the Declaration provides: The Declarant shall have sole and full authority
to amend the Design Guidelines as long as it owns any portion of the Properties, any Private Amenity, or
has a right to annex any property pursuant to Section 10.1. Thereafter, the Modifications Committee
shall have the authority to amend the Design Guidelines with the consent of the Board.

WHEREAS, the MC shall have exclusive jurisdiction over modifications, additions, or alterations made
on or to existing structures or to lots containing Homes, the adjacent open space, and the Common Area,
however, any change to the Common Area shall require the advance approval of the Declarant as long as
it owns any portion of the Properties, any Private Amenity, or has the right to annex property pursuant to
Section 10.1. At any time during the review process, the Declarant shall have the right to veto any
action taken by the MC, which the Declarant determines, in its sole discretion, to be inconsistent with
the Design Guidelines.

WHEREAS, the MC shall have the right to grant variances to the Design Guidelines. At any time
during the review process, the Declarant shall have the right to veto any variance action taken by the
MC, which the Declarant determines, in its sole discretion, to be inconsistent with the Design
Guidelines.

WHEREAS, the Reviewing Body may establish and charge reasonable fees for review of applications
hereunder and may require such fees to be paid in full prior to review of an application. Such fees may
include the reasonable costs incurred in having any application reviewed by architects, landscape
architects, engineers or other professionals. The Declarant and the Association may employ architects,
engineers, or other persons as deemed necessary to perform the review. The Board may include the
compensation of such persons in the Association‟s annual operating budget as a common expense.


WHEREAS, the Design Guidelines are not the exclusive basis for decisions of the Reviewing Body and
compliance with the Design Guidelines does not guarantee approval of any application.

WHEREAS, all structures and improvements constructed upon a lot shall be constructed in strict
compliance with the Design Guidelines in effect at the time the plans for such improvements are
submitted to the Reviewing Body, unless the Reviewing Body has granted a variance in writing pursuant
to Section 5.6. So long as the Reviewing Body has acted in good faith, its findings and conclusions with
respect to appropriateness of applicability of, or compliance with the Design Guidelines and this
Declaration shall be final.

WHEREAS, the Modification Committee may from time to time, issue Interpretive Guidelines setting
forth standards or procedures for the consideration of applications, which shall be non-binding and
solely for instructive purposes for potential applicants.




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WHEREAS, Section 5.7 of the Declaration provides: Review and approval of any application pursuant
to this Article is made on the basis of aesthetic considerations and neither the Declarant, the Association,
the Board, the Architectural Advisory Group (AAG) or the MC, nor any member (sitting or alternate) of
the foregoing, shall bear any responsibility for ensuring the structural integrity or soundness of approved
construction or modifications, nor for ensuring compliance with building codes and other governmental
requirements. Neither the Declarant, the Association, the Board, the AAG (an advisory group to the
MC) or the MC, nor any member (sitting or alternate) of any of the foregoing shall be held liable for
any injury, damages, or loss arising out of the manner or quality of approved construction on or
modifications to any Lot. In all matters, the AAG and the MC and their members shall be defended and
indemnified by the Association as provided in the By-Laws.

ADOPTED and signed this _____ day of________________ 2006, at a duly constituted meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Sun City Texas Community Association, Inc.


________________________
Gary Newman, President

________________________
Erik Jacobson, Treasurer

________________________
Frank Miller (Resident member)

________________________
Byron Raynie (Resident member)




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                                                   INDEX
100 series homes, 41                                    courtyard, 10, 16, 21, 34, 90
200 series homes, 42                                    Courtyard Homes, 10, 62, 98, 101, 111, 115
300 series homes, 41, 42                                covered patio, 11, 20
AAG, 84, 85, 86, 87, 118                                Custom Homes, 34, 42, 52, 60, 62, 78, 80, 81,
Aesthetics, 110                                            111
Allowed Materials, 11                                   Date of Approval, 111
Amateur Radio Operators, 26, 27                         Dead or Diseased Trees, 18
Ancillary Equipment, 8, 24                              Deck and patio lighting, 30
antenna, 24, 25, 26, 27                                 decks, 6, 7, 8, 15, 20, 30, 35, 36, 109, 111
application fee, 49                                     Declarant, 99, 111, 116, 117, 118
Arbor, 8, 110                                           Declaration, ii, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 18, 20, 25, 28,
Architecture Advisory Group, 84, 110                       29, 44, 47, 48, 54, 55, 56, 57, 89, 94, 95, 98,
Attached Home, 10, 110, 111                                99, 111, 115, 117, 118
awnings, 8                                              deer fencing, 19
Barbecue grill additions, 8                             Detached Homes, 10, 111
Barbecues, 34                                           Developer finished Grade, 111
basketball hoops, 28                                    dog houses, 10, 28
bat houses, 17, 28                                      drainage, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 19, 33, 45, 46, 86
Benefited Lot, 98, 99, 100, 110                         Driveway extensions, 8
Berms, 13                                               Driveways, 14, 15, 31, 62, 77
bird baths, 8, 16, 17, 91, 96                           Duplex, 110, 111
bird feeders, 8, 17, 28                                 Earth Tone, 111
bird houses, 8, 17, 28, 91, 96                          ENFORCEMENT, 55
Borders on driveways, 15                                Exterior Lighting, 5
boulders, 2, 8, 25, 44                                  Exterior Paint Application, 41
Build Line, 110                                         Exterior wiring, 25
building code, 7                                        Fence Materials, 20, 92, 96, 101
Burdened Lot, 98, 99, 100, 110                          Fences, 6, 7, 8, 20, 21, 22, 23, 33, 40, 59, 62,
By – Laws, ii                                              80, 92, 93, 96, 101, 111, 114
Catenary, 110                                           Fire ant control, 13
CC&Rs, ii, 51, 89, 94, 106, 113                         Fire Pits, 34
City of Georgetown, 6, 7, 9, 11, 14, 21, 22, 33,        Fireplaces, 34
   34, 36, 38, 47, 48, 49, 62, 78, 84, 86, 87, 96,      Flag mounts, 8
   106, 114                                             flag poles, 17
Climate, 2                                              Flags, 8, 17, 18
Clotheslines, 28                                        floodlights, 30, 31
coach lights, 8, 15                                     Fountains, 8, 16
Color coating, 15                                       free-standing structures, 10, 83
colored bulbs, 29                                       Front Of Home Changes, 10
columns, 10, 20, 21, 23, 30, 35, 42, 113, 114           garage doors, 6, 10, 42
common areas, 10, 12, 13, 19, 78, 89, 95                garages, 28, 78, 91
Community Association Property, 53, 60                  Garden beds, 13
Community Standards Office, 8, 10, 42, 50, 51           Garden Homes, 3, 10, 13, 19, 51, 60, 62, 75, 94,
Concrete Color coating, 8, 15                              95, 97, 112, 113, 115
Control Preserve Lot, 110                               gates, 4, 8, 41
corner lot, 10, 13                                      gazebos, 10, 28, 78
Cottage Homes, 50, 62, 89, 90, 91, 93, 110, 113         Geology and Soils, 2
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gliders, 17                                          lighting, 5, 8, 18, 29, 30, 31, 45, 83, 87, 93, 97
Golf Course, iv, 4, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 25, 33,      louvers, 10
   37, 38, 58, 63, 67, 68, 69, 78, 112               low-level path lighting, 5
Golf Course Lots, iv, 17, 37, 67, 68, 69, 112        Low-voltage Lighting, 112
Grade, 82, 111, 112                                  lumens, 29, 30, 31, 32, 46, 112
Greenbelt Lot, 17, 37, 112                           Mailboxes, 41
greenhouses, 10, 28, 78                              Maintained Homes, 113
Grills, 34                                           Maintained Lots, iii, 13, 19, 20
ground-mounted equipment, 18, 19, 24                 maintenance, 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 13, 16, 19, 20, 23,
gutter clips, 31                                        33, 48, 49, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98,
Gutter installation, 8                                  106, 113
Habitat Preserve Lot, 112                            Maximum Size of Plantings, 113
hammocks, 17                                         monuments, 17
handrails, 23, 24                                    motion lights, 8
Hardscape, 59, 109, 112                              mulch, 1, 2, 3, 19, 59, 74, 108, 112
Healthy Trees, 18                                    native plants, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
height restriction, golf course lots, 17, 37         natural lighted sky, 30
Height Restrictions, 17, 37, 77                      Naturally Open Space Lot, 113
HF Ground-mounted Vertical Antenna, 26               Nature Preserve, 4, 110, 112, 113
HF Horizontal Wire Antenna, 26                       Original Home Closing, 111, 113
Hip roof, 112                                        original signature, 9
holiday decorations, 16                              Outside Contractor Program, 60, 113
holiday ornaments, 17, 45                            paint color, 11, 79, 82, 91
House Slab, 112                                      patio, 4, 10, 11, 12, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
HVAC, 18, 40, 87, 112                                   30, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 84, 85, 91,
impervious cover, 14, 33, 36, 45, 46, 62, 112           92, 93, 95, 97, 101, 113, 114
Inert Material, 14, 74, 112                          Patio enclosures, 8
Interior Lot, 112                                    Patio extension, 8
interpretative standard, 76                          Patio Fence, 21, 22, 92, 113
Irrigation, 3, 5, 89, 94, 95                         Patio Home, 112, 113
lampposts,28, 31, 41                                 Patio Slab, 114
landscape, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18,  Patio, Closed, 35, 113
   19, 31, 33, 40, 41, 44, 45, 58, 59, 74, 78, 79,   Patio, Open, 35, 113
   80, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 106,  Paving and masonry, 8
   108, 109, 112, 113, 115, 117                      pergolas, 8, 35, 38, 93, 114
landscape lighting, 5                                permits, 7, 9, 45, 47, 84, 99
Landscape Plan, 5                                    Permitted Grasses, 16
landscaping, 1, 5, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,    pesticides, 1, 2, 3, 12
   19, 20, 33, 45, 48, 59, 88, 89, 91, 93, 94, 95,   pet doors, 10
   98, 99, 109, 113                                  plants, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 28,
Lawn objects, 8                                         40, 41, 45, 59, 75, 79, 83, 89, 91, 94, 95, 98,
Lawns, 16, 18                                           99, 108, 115
Level I, 3, 4                                        plastic sheeting, 19
Level II, 3, 106                                     Ponds, 8
Level III, 3, 4, 106                                 pools, 6, 27, 33
Level IV, 4                                          porch, 10, 15, 22, 23, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 77, 78,
Level V, 4                                              84, 85, 90, 91, 95, 114
liability, 54, 94, 99                                Privacy Fence, 94, 114
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Privacy Screen, 114                                  spark arrestor, 34, 115
Privacy Wall, 114                                    spas, 5, 6, 27, 33, 36, 37
Prohibited Structures, 28, 78                        Special Landscape Zones, 3
Protection from golf balls, 38                       spill lights, 6
Publisher’s Statement, i                             spot lights, 8
purple martin bird houses, 17, 28                    sprinkler system installation, 8
Radio Antennas, 25, 27                               Sprinkler Systems, 15
railings, 8, 23, 30, 87                              St. Augustine grass, 16
Rain Barrels, 28                                     Standard of Maintenance, 18
rainwater harvesting, 28                             statues, 8, 16, 17
Removal of Radio Antennas, 27                        Storage buildings, 28
Required Approvals, 8                                Storm doors, 8
Residential Property Homeowners, 44                  Street illumination, 5
Resolution of Conflicts, 12                          Sun City Texas Governance Documents, ii
responsibility, 7, 8, 9, 13, 15, 44, 47, 54, 78, 84, Sun Room Enclosure, 35, 115
   86, 93, 96, 106, 118                              surface coatings, 15
retractable screen doors, 10                         Swimming Pools and Spas, 6, 7, 33, 62, 80, 84
roof line, 11, 84, 85                                swings, 17
roofing materials, 77                                Tents, 28
Roof-mounted equipment, 24                           transmission cable, 25
Room Additions, 8, 46, 60, 85                        Trash Containers, 28
Satellite dishes, 25                                 tree accent lights, 8
screen doors, 8, 10                                  Tree mounted lights, 30
Screen Room, 35, 114                                 trees, 2, 4, 5, 8, 17, 18, 20, 37, 44, 45, 59, 89,
Screening ground-mounted equipment, 18                  94, 98, 99, 106, 108, 113
screens, 8, 19, 38, 85                               Trellises, 8, 40, 41, 115
seat walls, 8, 23, 37, 114                           vegetable gardens, 8, 19
security doors, 8, 10, 114                           vents, 10, 42
Set-back, 11, 21, 33, 36, 38, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,    VHF/UHF Dual Band Vertical Antenna, 26
   67, 68, 69, 85, 114                               Walkways, 8
shacks, 10                                           wall ornaments, 8
shade devices, 38                                    wall-mounted ornaments, 16, 24
Shed roof, 115                                       walls, iii, 5, 6, 8, 10, 14, 20, 22, 23, 30, 33, 35,
sheds, 10, 28                                           36, 37, 40, 77, 87, 90, 92, 96, 101, 111, 112,
shepherds hooks, 17                                     113, 114
Shingles, 8, 11                                      Water Feature, 115
shutters, 8, 10, 42, 91                              weed barrier, 19
Siding Materials, 77                                 weed control, 12
Signage, 28                                          Wildlife, 3, 13
Skylights, 8                                         Williamson County, 7, 22, 47, 49, 75, 98
Slab, 115                                            Window additions, 8
Slope of Roof, 12                                    windows, 4, 8, 10, 15, 29, 38, 77, 85, 87
Small animal fencing, 21, 22                         Xeriscape, 1
Soffit vent, 115                                     yard ornaments, 16
Solar screens, 8, 38                                 Zero Lot-line Homes, 115
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