Fountaingrove Ranch includes many distinct neighborhoods, each one conceived to offer unique qualities, advantages and settings. Many people have remarked, for example, that a drive through Fir Ridge is reminiscent of upscale residential neighborhoods around forested New England. Some of the neighborhoods are also homeowner subassociations.
Please note that some adjacent neighborhoods are not annexed into FRMA, including developments like Fountaingrove II, Fountaingrove Meadows, Sunset Vista, Nielsen Ranch and Skyfarm II. Fountaingrove II, which lies to the south and east, includes more than 500 homes in a separate HOA.
All Fountaingrove Ranch neighborhoods have in common the master set of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s), which apply to all 800+ homes and condominiums in the Ranch. All homeowners remit dues to FRMA for implementation of the CC&R’s.
Several neighborhoods are also legal subassociations (homeowner associations in their own right) that include a special set of neighborhood-unique governing document and CC&R’s as well as all the requirement of the master CC&R’s. There are four subassociations at Fountaingrove Ranch:
Homeowners in a subassociation remit separate dues for implementation of those unique CC&R’s, usually for the cost of common landscape maintenance on their private property as well as commonly held open space.
In addition to each subassociation, there are many neighborhoods with unique architectural flavors, distinctive characteristics and common geographical properties. Some neighborhoods line golf course fairways or water features. Others command sweeping views. Still others employ cul de sacs to achieve quiet privacy:
To learn more about neighborhoods, please call Gigi LaFontaine at 707-575-5171.