Cherryhurst Deed Restrictions
Cherryhurst was developed in the 1920s as a deed restricted community. By the 1970s, the original deed restrictions had lapsed, which allowed for commercial conversions, townhome and apartment development. Neighbors banded together to get a set of basic deed restrictions passed again in the early 1990s, which would prevent further commercial establishments and apartments. In 2014, as new construction threatened to push to the City's maximum building allowances, the restrictions were amended to include height and number of stories. In 2017, the restrictions were amended further to ensure the intent of the previous revisions, as well as to clarify that townhomes were not to be built, among other restrictions to help preserve the Cherryhurst streetscape. In 2020, the restrictions were amended to exclude restricted lots north of Fairview and to further clarify two restrictions from the previous version. Below please find the Declaration and First Amendment to read or download.