An Architecturally-Controlled Community
Did you know that Crestwood Hills won an American Institute of Architects design award? That Crestwood Hills homes have been featured in many architectural tours, with several established as Cultural/Historic Monuments with the City of Los Angeles?
To carry on the community's architectural legacy, there are special CC&Rs (conditions, covenants and restrictions) in the deed to each Crestwood Hills property, placing residents within the review and oversight of an architectural committee.
The philosophy behind the architectural review is simple. Crestwood Hills homes should blend into the beautiful hillside landscape, should not interfere with the views of neighbors and should be in harmony with the rest of the neighborhood.
Residents may not build or alter without approval. Those who wish to alter the outside of their home need to submit plans to the architectural committee for their tract. Please download the architectural guidelines to learn more.
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For a copy of the actual recorded CC&Rs, please check with your escrow officer or title company.