Deed Book 1602, Pages 446 to 451

DEED OF RESTRICTIONS
FOR
AUTUMN RIDGE SUBDIVISION
UNIT 2-B, SECTIONS 1, 2 and 3


WHEREAS, Todds Road Development Corporation, a Kentucky corporation (“the Developer”), is the owner of Unit 2-B, Sections 1, 2, and 3 of Autumn Ridge Subdivision as shown by plat of record in the Fayette County Court Clerk's Office in Plat Cabinet I, Slides 421, 422 and 423, respectively, and desires to place covenants as to the use of occupancy of said property; and
WHEREAS, the Developer desires to maintain uniformity as to the use and occupancy of all lots in said unit of said subdivision by the creation of certain restrictions as to the use and occupancy of the lots in said unit.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Developer does hereby establish the following covenants, conditions and restrictions as to the use and occupancy of all the lots in said Unit 2-B, Sections 1, 2 and 3 of said Autumn Ridge Subdivision and shown by Plat of Record in Plat Cabinet I, Slides 421, 422 and 423, respectively, in the Fayette County Court Clerk's Office.
1. All property in said Unit shall be used for single family residential purposes only.
2. All driveways and approaches shall be constructed of Portland Cement Concrete or asphalt.
3. No commercial vehicle or truck over 3/4 ton shall be regularly parked on any lot or street in the Subdivision other than for delivery or construction purposes unless housed within a
garage; and no person shall engage in major car repairs either for himself or others at any time.
4. These covenants and restrictions are to run with the land and shall be binding on all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of thirty (30) years from the date these covenants are recorded, after which time said covenants shall be automatically extended for successive periods of one (1) year unless an instrument signed by a majority of the then owners of the lots has been recorded, agreeing to change said covenants in whole or in part.
5. The Developer or any lot owner at any time may enforce the restrictions and covenants herein contained by appropriate legal procedure. Invalidation of any of these covenants by judgement or court order shall in no way affect any of the other provisions which shall remain in full force and effect.
6. Should the owner of any lot fail to maintain the lawn, the Developer, or its assigns may enter such lot to cut grass and/or weeds and remove any debris necessary, and collect its costs of labor and material plus twenty-five percent (25%) from the owner of said lot.
7. No recreational vehicle, trailer or boat shall be parked in any front yard or on any street in the Subdivision for a period in excess of twenty-four (24) hours or in any manner that may be construed as an intentional attempt to circumvent this restriction.
8. No noxious or offensive trade or activity shall be carried on upon any lot nor shall anything be done thereon which may be or become annoyance or a nuisance to the neighborhood.
9. Anyone cutting into or tunnelling under or damaging in
any manner the street, sidewalk or road serving said lots must
repair. and restore the street, sidewalk or road to its original condition, all at such person's own risk and expense. This shall not be construed as any permission or consent by the developers and shall not create any liability on the developers of the Autumn Ridge Subdivision, express or implied.
10. No building or structure of a temporary character, including, but not limited to, trailers, basements, tents, shacks, garages, barns or other building other than residence buildings, shall be used upon any lot in said unit at any time as a residence, either temporarily or permanently, nor shall any trailer, tent, shack, barn or unmovable vehicle be used and/or maintained upon any lot in said Subdivision at any time, whether temporarily or permanently.
11. No animals, livestock and/or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept upon any lot in said unit of said Subdivision; provided, however, dogs, cats and/or other household pets may be kept and maintained upon said lots if they are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial reason or purpose.
12. No fence, wall, hedge of any nature may be extended toward the front or side of the property line beyond the building setback line as shown on the Record Plat in the Fayette County
Court Clerk's Office and may not extend toward the front of the house past the rear corner. Any fence used must conform with the character of the Subdivision and shall be in accordance with appropriate governmental regulations, and shall be approved by the Developer prior to construction.
13. No signs shall be permitted on property, house number and name plates excepted, except those which the Developer may deem fit.
14. No city or municipality shall be formed during the development and initial sale of this Subdivision unless approved by the Developer.
15. No television, radio or other similar microwave receiving dish shall be permitted on any lot.
16. No additional subdivision of a lot shall be made to reduce the size of the lot without permission of the Developer and appropriate governmental bodies.
17. Minimum size of living area for primary construction exclusive of porches, basements, attics, carports and garages, shall be as follows, based on the house type:
(a) One-Floor Plan 1,500 Sq. Ft.
(b) One & One-Half 1,100 Sq. Ft. (1,800
(Main Floor) Sq. Ft. Total)
(c) Two-Story 1,000 Sq. Ft. (2,000
(Lower Floor) Sq. Ft. Total)
The Developer may approve other types of design (so long as such designs contain a minimum of 1,500 Sq. Ft. of living area) provided the living area as defined in this paragraph is
substantially similar to the requirements herein specified, at the sole discretions of the Developer.
18. A,11 plans for buildings to be erected, placed, altered
or permitted to remain upon any lot shall be subject to approval
by the Developer and one complete set of the plans and specifications shall be provided and retained by the Developer. The detailed plans and specifications shall, without limitation, include the color of the brick or paint to be used on the exterior. It is one of the purposes of these restrictions to cause the construction of residences of external design which will be harmonious one with the other. Bedford Stone, Tennessee Stone or similar stone shall not be permitted on the exterior of any residence. Field stone shall be permitted, only after photo or sample of particular stone has been approved by Developer. No vinyl siding shall be permitted except in combination with masonry construction which shall be approved by the Developer.
19. All houses must have a two car attached or basement garage.
20. As construction on each lot is completed, sod shall be placed from the edge of the paved street to the building line of the main structure and across the entire width of the lot, and six feet (6’) around the side and back of the structure, with the exception of sidewalks and driveways. The remaining rear yard shall be graded and seeded or sodded.
21. As construction on each lot is completed, each lot shall be landscaped with the number of street trees (trees planted between the sidewalk and street) as required by the Lexington-
Fayette Urban County Government. These trees must be a minimum of
2 1/2" in diameter and be Aristocrat Pears.
22. At no time during or after construction shall any trash, dirt, clipped weeds, grass or debris of any type be placed, wasted or deposited on any lot, vacant or otherwise, by owner, Contractor or Sub-contractor.
23. All construction shall be finished to grade and there shall be no exposed concrete block foundation, concrete foundation or stucco foundation permitted.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Developer has caused its name to hereunto be subscribed by its duly authorized officer, this the 3rd day of October, 1991.

TODDS ROAD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION,
a Kentucky corporation
By: Henry Vettraino, Jr.
Its: Vice-President

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