Yes there will be. Currently the monthly fees are $59 per month, per garage door. Dues are paid every 6 months. The monthly fees pay for landscaping, water, common area electricity, facilities maintenance, insurance and common area lighting.
While all of the original units are sold out, we do have resales available from time to time -
There are four standard sizes available. Most all the units have a standard depth of fifty feet (50') with a few at thirty five feet (34'), and all have door heights of 14'. The main variable is the width of each unit. Standard widths are 11'0" 13', 17',24', and 27' with 10', 12', 16', or 20' wide sectional doors respectively. Some Units can be combined to create a 27' x 50' units, or can also be combined end to end to create units up to 100' deep. The only buildings that allow combining is the "H" Buildings.
Yes, there are some restrictions. Noise levels, pollutants, fire hazards, outside storage etc. Frankly, nothing more than common sense items. RV's, cars, ATV, Dune Buggies Boats, Go Carts, etc. In other words, if your vehicle is "fun" it is allowed in this project. You may also store household, commercial, business items. Commercial vehicles are not allowed, i.e., Tractors, dump trucks, graders etc. Of course, before you actually purchase a unit, a complete legal version of the CC&R's will be provided to you as required by law.
Yes. At the middle building nearest the entrance. The space between the first and second building is a 25' x 100' area. This serves as the wash area, easily holding two maybe three RV's or boats, end to end.
Yes some are. We have designed the units in building "H" so the dividing partition can be removed so any two units, side by side can be combined. The middle building can have two units combined side by side as well as end to end, creating a space as large as 27' x 100', with doors at either end, creating a "pull through".
We used the turning radius of a semi to figure that one out. As it turns out, 60' is optimum, we ended up adding a few feet just to make certain those with 5th wheels and 45' coaches will have ample maneuvering room. So, the width ended up at 71'.
Yes, without question. In designing these units, I had that purpose in mind. I live in a Condominium project, and there are stiff restrictions on using your garage for anything but parking a car in it. How nice, I thought, if I could create a space for people like myself, to go in and tinker with my car, boat, rv etc.
In the original design there were, however, the issue of people attempting to live in these units is a problem with the City of Beaumont. If we included bathrooms in each unit, then we could be sending a message that living in the units is acceptable. So, we removed the bathrooms, in favor of community bathrooms and showers located in the club house.
Yes yes yes! My Architect and I arm wrestled over this issue. I insisted there be a clubhouse since RVers and Car and Boat guys are social animals. They/we like to get together to talk cars, camping, boating whatever. This to me is an important part of the community. The Clubhouse is approx 2700 sq ft., located near the entrance to the property. And yes, there is a big screen TV in the clubhouse. In the clubhouse there are restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, WIFI, comfy chairs etc.
Without question yes. Security is a top priority as far as I am concerned. I am certain there will be some valuable items stored in this community. Security cameras to cover all the common area, as well as at the entrance to the facility. All activity will be recorded on a DVR, as well as anyone entering or leaving the project. Each owner will have his or her own security code and access keys. Additionally, Owners will have the option of viewing the security cams live via the internet.