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The Colony Architectural Review Committee Design Guidelines 02/07

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEEDESIGN GUIDELINESTHE COLONY AT BAY CREEK1.02.03.04.05.0PageINTRODUCTION .1SECTION 1REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TO THE COLONY .1Minimum Square Footage .1Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act .1Sidewalks.1Landscape Guidelines .1MODERN COASTAL ARCHITECTURAL STYLEHistory & Character.1Identifying Features .1Garages .1Roofs .1Porches .2Balconies, Canopies, & Trellis .2Crawl Space/Raised Slab .2Siding, Stucco, & Trim .2Windows & Doors .2Main Entry Door.2Floor Plan .2Chimneys .3Gutters .3SECTION IIREVIEW PROCESS MINOR & MAJOR MODIFICATIONS .3Development & Review Process .3Use of Professionals .3Review Structure .4Design Submittal/Approval Process .6Submittal Procedures & Drawing Requirements .7Approval Process .9ARCHITECTURAL GUIDELINES & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS .12General Guidelines .12Architects .12Foundations .12Floor Elevations.12Stone Foundations .13Siding Products .13Shutters .13Guttering .13Flat Roofs .13Exterior Decks & Railings .14Porch Skirts .14Equipment Screening .14Patio Screening & Lighting .14Recreation Areas.14Mailboxes .14Garbage Receptacles.14Solar Panels .14Antennas & Satellite Dishes .15Garages .15The Colony Architectural Review Committee Design Guidelines 09/20

ARCHITECTURAL GUIDELINES ELEMENTS OF STYLEPorch Flooring .15Porch Ceilings .15Shutters .16Windows .16Colors .17Porch Rails.18Porch Balusters .18Siding & Corner Boards .18Cornices .18Roofing .186.0SITE PLAN, LANDSCAPE DESIGN, & CONSTRUCTION GUIDELINES .19General Guidelines .19Specific Guidelines .19Site Positioning of New Construction .19Setback Requirements .19Trees .19Precautions .20Grading & Drainage .20Retaining Walls .20Tree Removal & Selective Thinning .20Plantings .21Turf .21Artificial Synthetic Turf .21Irrigation .21Mulching & Edging .21Cutting/Vegetable Gardens.22Site Utilities .22Exterior Lighting .22Easements .22Walls & Fences.22Paving .22Driveways .23Swimming Pools .23Pool Cabanas .23Pool Fencing .23Propane Tanks .24Service Yards.24Bonds .247.0BUILDING DESIGN .24General Guidelines .24Sizing .24Finished Grades & Elevations .24Floor Elevations.24Garages .25Roofs .25Main Entry Door.25Height Restrictions .258.0CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS .25Building Design .25At Grade Patio .26Covered Porch Flooring.26Exterior Decks & Railings .26Lattice .26Columns.26The Colony Architectural Review Committee Design Guidelines 09/20

Porch Railings & Balusters.26Outbuildings .26Wiring Standards .26Telephone & Electric Lines .26Lighting .26Construction .26Driveways & Walkways .27House Numbers .279.0CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CONTRACTOR .27Access .27Erosion Control .27Construction Debris & Trash Removal .27Access to Utilities .27Damage to Property .27Speed Limits .27Truck Washing .27Spills .28Severed Utility Lines .28Noise Disturbance.28Spouses & Children .28Pets .28Construction Trailers, Portable Field Offices, & Site Access.28Sanitary Facilities .28Vehicles & Parking Area .28Excavation Materials .28Vegetation Rules & Regulations .29Care of Trees During Construction.29Construction Signage .29Failure to Comply Notice .2910.0LANDSCAPE GUIDELINES .29Suggested Landscape Palette .2911.0ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SUBMITTALConceptual Design Submittal ApplicationPreliminary Design Submittal ApplicationFormal Design Submittal ApplicationFormal Landscape Design Submittal ApplicationResidential Minor & Major Modification Request FormThe Colony Architectural Review Committee Design Guidelines 09/20

1.0INTRODUCTIONThe purpose of the Design Guidelines is to define certain standards of architectural design and site development relative to thedevelopment, construction, and life cycle modifications to residential units within The Colony at Bay Creek. It is believed thatadherence to these Guidelines will result in orderly, aesthetically pleasing development that preserves and enhances property valuesfor all Owners.The design and construction of your home is a collaborative effort for which you, the homeowner, are ultimately responsible. You willbe assisted throughout this process by your sales associate, your builder and Bay Creek’s Architectural Review Committee.These Guidelines are provided in two sections. Section I provides those items specific to The Colony, an outline of the home buildingprocess and its major requirements. Section II provides detailed guidance for the entire home building process.You are encouraged to read both sections completely prior to beginning this process.SECTION I2.0REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TO THE COLONYMinimum Square FootageHomes in The Colony shall have a minimum heated living area of 3,000 square feet (not including any room over the garage) forhomes built on bay front lots, and 2,200 square feet for homes built on non bay front lots. The Architectural Review Committee maydesignate different minimum square footage requirements for specific areas within The Colony.Chesapeake Bay Preservation ActAll homes in the Bay Front District of The Colony must be located behind the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act “RPA” Line (BeachLimit Line, BLL).SidewalksStreet-side sidewalks are neither required nor allowed in The Colony.Landscape GuidelinesFor approved design guidelines, tree, and plant species see section 10.3.0ARCHITECTURAL STYLEThe architectural style of all structures shall be that of Modern Coastal.History & CharacterThe Modern Coastal takes its heritage from the Coastal Farmhouse, Classic Coastal, Coastal Shingle, and Coastal Plantation styles.Modern Coastal can be adapted for any beach front, waterfront, or coastline location.Identifying FeaturesGaragesOne-, two-, or three-car, front integral, side load, or garage courts, detached or attached are preferred. Detached or attached garagescan be associated with the larger estate home lots. Roofs are either end gabled, cross gabled, or hipped and can have fully-fledgedliving quarters with dormers or faux dormers over upper attic space.RoofsGabled or hipped roofs are typical roof forms. Shed or gabled dormers may be used on upper-floor levels with either ganged doublehung or casement windows.1The Colony Architectural Review Committee Design Guidelines 09/20

Roofs may have a split slope when separate porch shed roofs are introduced and may vary with slopes from 4:12 to 12:12 and onematerial of metal standing seam. Bracketed roofs or trellises are generally associated with this design pattern. Eaves and soffit boardsare typically deeper than normal and coupled with exposed rafter tails, corbels and or brackets. Gables to roof and dormers generallyhave decorative truss and gable detailing.PorchesPorch locations are typically one- or two-sided and one or two story in height. Porches generally centrally located but can be to oneside if entry door is off-center. Rear porches are an expansive covered feature and provide a transition of internal and external spaces.Balconies, Canopies, & TrellisBracketed canopies and trellis features are typical of this design pattern providing both interest and shade to principal rooms.Balconies and railings are of a horizontal design accent with minimal vertical balustrades and follow a coastal/beach design bias.Crawl Space/Raised SlabCrawl spaces to the main house and porches are an essential design element and are constructed with either brick, painted brick, orstucco columns. Recessed louvers or lattice shall be provided. Raised slabs shall follow the appearance of a crawl space and shall notbe of continuous stucco or brick finish.Siding, Stucco, & TrimWall siding will vary from predominant board and batten but may have classic clapboard, lap, or beveled siding in either painted woodor smooth or grained cementitious siding. Trim and corner boards will match siding material used with a maximum of 6” width and offlat stock material. Stucco shall be either smooth, tabby, or stucco-based board and batten.Windows & DoorsVernacular styled double-hung or casement windows should have minimal glazing and muntin patterns are used to maximize a lightand airy feel. Doors should either be a single- or double-entry door with or without sidelights. Rear porch doors should be double withsidelights or sliding glass doors to an outdoor entertaining space. Windows and doors shall be painted in neutral colors to provide alight and airy feel and be made of either painted wood or metal.Windows must achieve a quality level commensurate with the construction in the community. All submittals must containspecifications and brand name of the windows to be used. Window shapes, sizes and configurations should be carefully selected tocarry out the “coastal Style” theme and avoid a Colonial, Federal or Contemporary appearance.Preferred shapes include rectangular, oval, or a circular curved arch. Octagonal, hexagonal and elliptical shapes are to be avoided;circle top, quarter circle pointed arch and trapezoidal shapes will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Elongated windows andtransoms are appropriate and effective for emphasizing the vertical plane; paired and tripled windows are effective for a horizontalemphasis. Window grilles are not required but when used, are to be appropriate to the house design. Window grilles shall notobstruct views through the bottom sash. Grilles must be applied to both the interior and exterior face of glazing or between-the-glassin insulated units.Windows shall be made of wood and finished by painting, painted metal cladding or vinyl cladding. Allowed exterior colors are whiteand cream only. Include the window manufacturer’s cladding color, or selected paint color, on the Building Materials and Colors formas part of the Final Design Review submittal package.Main Entry DoorThe main entry door must be proportionally correct in keeping with the front elevation of the home. Any variance from the approvedplans must be submitted in writing for review.Floor PlanOpen concept floor plans should have tall vaulted/volume ceilings, and harmonious flow to an internal/exterior transition to anoutdoor living environment2The Colony Architectural Review Committee Design Guidelines 09/20

ChimneysChimneys are not allowed in The Colony.GuttersGutters shall be half-round and a maximum of 6”. Round downspouts are preferred.SECTION II4.0REVIEW PROCESS MINOR & MAJOR MODIFICATIONSDevelopment & ReviewsAll development within The Colony will be based on the overall master plan and design guidelines. Development will begoverned by the Planned Unit Development (PUD) adopted by the Town of Cape Charles, Virginia, on February 9,1993,and a community-wide Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The community ARC shall govern all new constructionof residential lots within development. Review of new construction, additions, and renovations, including exteriormodifications to houses, accessory buildings, and landscape improvements require approval by the ARC.Final approval for construction shall be issued through permitting with the Town of Cape Charles. Prior to an applicationto the Town of Cape Charles, applicants shall obtain approval from the ARC for all proposed construction. Theapplicant shall then provide the town with a certified letter of ARC approval with their initial construction permitapplication.Development Review ProcessThe plan and design for The Colony has been created through collaborative efforts between Preserve Communities,architects, planners, engineers, market consultants, landscape architects, and other associated team members. Each has asignificant level of professional expertise and personal commitment to creating a community of the highest level. Thisteam is willing to work with builders, architects, and property owners to make sure that the detail of the home design andconstruction is consistent with the vision for the planned community. An ARC has been formed that includes membersof the design team representing Preserve Communities, including an assembly of qualified design professionals, fromvaried disciplines. It is the desire of the committee to foster design principles that contribute to the quality communityenvisioned in the master plan.USE OF PROFESSIONALSARC Approval of ProfessionalsAll professionals employed by owners in the construction process shall be subject to pre-approval by the ARC. Owners mustemploy previously approved architects, approved builders, approved lands

Landscape Guidelines For approved design guidelines, tree, and plant species see section 10. 3.0 ARCHITECTURAL STYLE The architectural style of all structures shall be that of Modern Coastal. History & Character The Modern Coastal takes its heritage from the Coastal Farmhouse, Classic Coastal, Coastal Shingle, and Coastal Plantation styles.

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