It is important to all residents that the community respect
the need for homeowners to make changes to their property
while at the same time balancing the needs of the overall
community and protecting property values. The Architectural
Review Committee provides the framework for owners to follow
and bases decisions on the documented Restrictive Covenants
of Stirrup Creek and Pagehurst.
For more information on the guidelines please read the Architectural
Guidelines found on the Documents and Forms page or read below
the highlights on the most requested topics
Application Form (pdf, 110KB)
If you are planning any alterations to the exterior of your
home such as a fence, storage building, garage, addition,
or other projects, please complete the Architectural Request
Form and send to Lumina Community Management. The Architectural
Review Committee will review the submission and make a recommendation
to the Board. The Board of Directors makes final decisions
and accept or deny the application at their monthly meeting.
The application can be found on the Documents and Forms page.
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|Most Requested Guidelines
• Deck/Patio Additions of Renovations:
All construction must conform to applicable building codes
(ex: step tread width/heights, loading, railing heights, etc.).
Decking and railing materials should be either cedar, redwood,
or treated pine. Foundation materials should be brick or concrete.
• House Additions or Exterior Renovation:
All construction must conform to applicable building codes.
Exterior should be constructed of the same materials as the
existing structure. Exterior must be painted the same color
as the existing structure.
• Stand-Alone Structure Additions
(Storage, Playhouse, Treehouse, etc.): Stand-alone structures
should be in the least conspicuous location possible and follow
the Stirrup Creek covenants and Restrictions. Easements and
right-of-ways must be observed. Exterior should be constructed
of the same materials as the residence. The exterior of the
structure must be painted the same color as the residence.
The general appearance shall be that the structure is an integral
part of the house. METAL SHED AND METAL SWINGSETS ARE NOT
• Fence Additions: No fence, wall,
hedge, or mass planting shall be permitted to extend beyond
the minimum building setback line except upon approval of
the Architectural Committee. Metal fences are not allowed
except upon approval of the Architectural Committee. Under
no circumstances will metal fences be allowed along the front
line of the enclosure. Fence additions must be wholly located
on the homeowner's property with all easements and right-of-ways
• Landscaping: Architectural Committee
approval is only required for significant landscape changes
or removal of trees larger than six (6) inches in diameter.
Garden plots should be inconspicuously located in the rear
of the property.