Winslow Farm is a collection of eight (8) distinct neighborhoods. The following provides additional information. Links are provided for those with their own websites. You can find their respective Covenant, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs) and other relevant information on the CCR and Bylaw page.
Regulations Concerning Landscaping Issues on WFCA Common Areas
Click on the icon on the right for restrictions and regulations related to landscaping issues on WFCA common areas
Bayberry is made up of 64 units containing both townhouses and English flats in the north-east section of Winslow Farm, across from the Sweetbriar Neighborhood.
In addition to belonging to the Winslow Farm Community Association, a Bayberry Homeowners Association manages the neighborhood as set forth in the Bayberry Bylaws and Declarations.
With 90 paired patio homes, the Moss Creek neighborhood is in the south-east section in Winslow Farm, bordered by East Winslow Road and South Highland Avenue. Five of the seven WFCA ponds are located within the Moss Creek boundaries.
In addition to belonging to the Winslow Farm Community Association, a Moss Creek Homeowners Association manages the neighborhood as set forth in the Moss Creek Bylaws and Declarations.
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Moss Creek Village
Moss Creek Village,contains 34 paired patio homes. and is in the south-west section of Winslow Farm. The “arboretum”, between the homes on Hickory Stick Drive and Moss Creek Drive, is home to many trees, shrubs and other plants carefully maintained by the homeowners association.
In addition to belonging to the Winslow Farm Community Association, a Moss Creek Village Homeowners Association manages the neighborhood as set forth in the Moss Creek Village Bylaws and Declarations.
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Neighborhoods with single family homes
Each of these neighborhoods is composed of individual homes. Residents are required to maintain their own property, grounds and landscaping. Each neighborhood has a set of covenants, conditions and restrictions by which homeowners are to abide, in addition to the overriding CCRs of Winslow Farm. Each neighborhood is to provide an Architectural Committee to oversee external changes to structures/property in the neighborhood. When no committee has been identified for a specific neighborhood, the WFCA Board serves as the body to approve or deny external renovations/improvements.
Special Note: The Neighborhoods of Bent Tree, New Bent Tree, Olde Mille and Sweetbriar have recently approved amendments to their CCRs which allow the installation of solar panels with approval from the perspective Architectural Committee or Winslow Farm Board
Official Request Form for External Alterations
Click on the icon on the right to request for approval of a proposed external renovation/improvement of home or property to include, but not limited, siding, roof, fence, driveway, deck or storage unit. Please consult your CCR for specific regulations.