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About Grantham Park

Jul 27, 2020 | Grantham Park Townhomes | 0 comments

Grantham Park Homeowners

About

 

Grantham Park

We do have some truly wonderful people in this community.

It is the enthusiasm of volunteers and the camaraderie of neighbors that keeps the spirit of Grantham Park Home Owners alive and makes this a great place to live. Your time, your energy and your enthusiasm are cherished! Furthermore, 

Grantham Park is a townhome community in Acworth, GA (Bells Ferry Rd.) built 2002-06 by Dominion of Bells Ferry. The floor plans are 1 & 2-story townhomes with 2-3 bedrooms, 2-2.5 baths and 1 car garages. Some homes have basements. Just minutes from malls, shopping, & restaurants. Fee simple ownership with low monthly fees. Lower Cherokee County property taxes than in Fulton County.

Amenities
Fee simple, Swimming pool, Cabana, Playground, HOA, Backyards. Minutes to Lake Allatoona. Lake Allatoona is maintained by the U.S Corp of Army Engineers and offers water sports, campsite, cabin rentals, running & hiking trails & restaurants.

Schools
Oak Grove Cherokee Elementary, E. T. Booth Middle, Etowah High.

 

Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions

Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) This is a legally binding document that is officially recorded and filed with your state. Your CC&Rs cover the rights and obligations of the homeowners association to its members and vice versa. CC&Rs often cover legal issues, such as:like:

  • Property-use restrictions
  • Clearly defined maintenance obligations for the HOA and individual members
  • Mechanisms for rule enforcement and dispute resolution
  • Lender protection provisions
  • Assessment obligations
  • Insurance obligations

CONTACT THE HOMEOWNER’S ASSOCIATION BOARD

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