Aspen Village Home + Land. This 1,380sf, 3 bed, 2 bath home sits on a 3,797sf lot. The open concept floor plan has abundant natural light & spacious, entertaining-friendly quarters. Vaulted ceilings throughout only add to the ambiance. Large eat-in kitchen with a new Samsung refrigerator. Community pool., club house & gym. Exterior is complete with large covered front porch & shed. No HOA dues. Aspen Village has its own Metro District. Property taxes include water, sewer, trash pick-up, common area maintenance, road maintenance, snow removal & management. Located in the Aspen School District. RFTA bus route. Deed Restricted to Resident Occupied (RO) by APCHA. Buyer must work a min. 1500hrs/yr in the Roaring Fork Valley Must be owner occupied. No dogs allowed. No sale price restriction Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority (APCHA) states Buyer cannot own any improved property from Aspen to Rifle. And must have worked a minimum of 1500 hours/year for a minimum of 1 year, there are no exceptions. Aspen Village is Deed Restricted to Resident Occupied (RO), so owners can live in the home and it is free market, there are no sale price restrictions. There is no income restriction. Buyer must take a first time home buyers course on line, as per ACPHA. There are no HOA dues. Property taxes include water, sewer, trash pickup, common area & road maintenance, snow removal and management. Aspen Village has its own Metro District. Aspen Village offers great amenities including a community pool (summer use only), children's playground, indoor gym, and club house for special events. There is also a separate storage area for cars, boats etc. No dogs are allowed. Cats are allowed. Renting: Home is only allowed to be rented for a short period of time if the home is actively listed for sale. A maximum of 2 roommates are allowed and must be approved by the Aspen Village HOA. Owner has to live in the home a minimum of 9 months a year and cannot be rented during that time. Carport: 400 sf of carport area shall be exempt from the Allowable Floor Area and Carport shall not exceed 400 sf in area, The carport area shall be defined as the area under the carport roof. Since this lot is less than 4,000sf, you get a break and there is only a 5' set back from the front property line, normally there is a 10' set back, and 1' from the side property line. So if you build the carport in the front of the house, most likely depending on the size of the car, only part of the car would be covered. If you put a carport on the left side of the house, again there is a 1' set back from the side property line. The fence is sitting on the property line I was told. You would have to remove whatever is there currently and install a proper driveway. The height restriction is 10'. The carport must be detached from the house. Other requirements, you have to have is a building permit from the county, HOA has to approve it and you have to have a survey. Cars: You can have up to a maximum of 3 cars plus an additional parking tag to park anywhere in the park. Aspen Village Storage Area: You can park cars, boats, RV's etc. There is no fee for the first car, etc. If a park a car, etc. it has to be running, nothing can be stored in the car, like clothes etc. and it has to be registered and up to date. If you park a second car, etc., they charge $25/month. Garage: A garage is not allowed on this lot because the home has taken up all of the FAR (Floor Area Ratio) on this lot. The floor area of the garage shall count in the structure floor are calculation for the lot. The lot size for 16 Bear Trail is 3,797sf x .35%=1,3287.95sf (FAR). The home takes up all of the FAR. If you have any questions about any of HOA rules, please contact the Suzanne Roth the HOA president at 970-274-4358 | firstname.lastname@example.org. APCHA controls Deed Restriction. For HOA documents go to www.apcha.org and click Sales & Ownership at the top, scroll down and click Homeowner Association (HOA) and choose Aspen Village for Aspen Village info, the documents will be on the right. Property Manager is Aspen Places (name was changed from Aspen Resort Accommodations)-Diane Spicer-Office 925-4772 | Cell 303-956-0005 | email@example.com. Go to www.aspenvillage.info for the most updated C&D's. Fences and Garages-Garages cannot be the main structural focal point facing the street. Fences cannot be over 6 tall as per Pitkin County. Privacy fences maximum length-20% total perimeter of both sides and back of lot length. Privacy fences and fences are not allowed on street or in front of home. HOA requires that you do a survey to determine the correct lot lines prior to putting in fence. The nice side of the fence must face the neighbor. Fencing can be of various materials, but it cannot shiny. Anyone wanting to install a fence must go before the HOA board for approval and must pull a permit with Pitkin County to install fence.