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<br />DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR THE PENINSULA <br /> <br />The following are architectural design guidelines (the "Design Guidelines") which <br />govern the design, construction and landscaping of all homes in The Peninsula (the <br />"Subdivision"). The Architectural Review Board (the "ARB"), which of this date consists of <br /> <br />Deborah Sweat and others at Pathway Communities, designated by her, will administer <br /> <br />these Guidelines and the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for The Peninsula (the <br /> <br />"Declaration") which is supplemental to these Guidelines and is incorporated herein by this <br /> <br />reference. The approvals required herein shall be granted or withheld by the ARB solely <br /> <br />on the basis of the determination of the ARB as to whether a request for approval complies <br /> <br />with these guidelines and the Declaration. In order to facilitate and expedite the approval <br /> <br />process, any party (a "Builder") planning the construction of a home or landscaping or <br /> <br />performing any other work on any lot (a "Lot") in the Subdivision should review these <br /> <br />Guidelines in conjunction with such planning and consult with the ARB with regard to the <br /> <br />provisions of the Guidelines and/or the Declaration prior to the commencement of <br /> <br />construction. Upon the completion of construction and the sale of the property to a resident <br /> <br />homeowner (the "Homeowner"), these Guidelines shall continue to be applicable to any <br /> <br />changes or modifications made by the Homeowner to the improvement and the <br /> <br /> <br />landscaping on the Lot. The intended purpose of these Guidelines is to assure that all <br /> <br /> <br />dwellings, other buildings and landscaping constructed, erected, placed or installed in the <br /> <br /> <br />Subdivision shall be substantially the same in terms of quality of workmanship, materials <br /> <br /> <br />and appearance. <br /> <br />* Special Note: The Builder's attention is also drawn to the Peachtree City Erosion <br /> <br />Control Ordinance governing, among other things, the use and protection of buffer areas, <br /> <br />as well as the requirements for Lots adjacent to streams, ponds, lakes, etc. <br />