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South Hampton Homes Association kindly reminds residents that our community has restrictions designed to preserve a harmonious design and protect the value of the property. There are several types of changes to your property that require prior approval by South Hampton.

The Board of Directors encourages you to read and familiarize yourself with our HOA's two governance documents; the Homes Association Declaration and the South Hampton Declarations of Restrictions.

It is very important to submit a request form and gain approval from South Hampton Homes Association when making changes to your home or lot. Unauthorized changes may need to be removed/corrected at the homeowner’s expense. Please use the Architectural Change Request through your resident portal.
Common Changes Requiring Written Approval
  • Any change or alteration in the exterior design after original construction (including siding) (pg 2, paragraph 8)
  • Fences or Walls (pg 2, paragraph 9)
  • Swimming Pools or Spas (pg 2, paragraph 11)
  • Driveway improvements or surface materials other than concrete (pg 3, paragraph 15)
  • Signs, Advertisements, Billboards or Advertising Structures (exception for property for sale sign) (pg 3, paragraph 16)
There may be occasions where questions arise as to whether or not approval is needed. We want to encourage all residents to engage the Association when those questions arise. As a community, we are individually responsible for the attractiveness, desirability and safety of our community. Everyone wants to be good neighbors. We encourage your questions, so please don't hesitate to ask.  You can use the Contact Us link to submit a question.
You can also review the Architectural FAQ document to answer common questions.