C. 4. Temporary Structures

No structure of a temporary character–trailer, basement, tent, shack, garage, barn or other outbuilding–shall be used on any lot at any time as a residence, either temporarily or permanently, except that travel trailers and/or campers may be stored providing that they are screened in a manner acceptable to the architectural committee.

Guidelines: All parcels within the Mirrormont plat are deemed single-family usage, and as such, temporary or permanent creation of additional dwelling units (ADU) on Mirrormont properties is not allowed. The construction of sheds, garages, shops, studios, etc. are generally acceptable, however plans for these structures should include enough detail to determine that no habitable space is included. The Architecture Committee does not require that the construction of tree-houses, forts, or other play structures be reviewed by the Committee, provided that such structures do not impact property appearance, condition, or status as a single-family residence.

Storage of trailers, motor-homes, campers, etc is allowable, provided that they are not in use as a residence at any time during storage. Such items must be screened so that they are not obviously visible from either the adjoining property or from the street. Acceptable screening is obtained with natural vegetation, or a man-made screen as approved by the Architectural Committee. Blue plastic tarpaulins (tarps) are not acceptable as appropriate screening material.

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