SPO Home Sandia Park
This is an exclusive gated community with concierge service. These homesites (land parcels) range from 3 to 6 acres and are located just 1 mile north from San Pedro Creek Estates at Turquoise Drive. There is a community center, pool/jacuzzi, and walking paths/trails. Currently there are two phases with a total of 100 homesites.
*FIRE PROTECTION POND & FIRE HYDRANTS Installed. The thin tree cover in San Pedro Overlook surrounded by San Pedro Creek makes fire risk extremely low.
The terrain boasts superb views of the surrounding mountain ranges: Sandia, San Pedro, Monte Largo, South Mountain, Ortiz, and Jemez. Many sites are directly adjacent to the unspoiled 625-acre nature area consisting of red-rock canyons and the San Pedro Creek bottom. This same nature preserve is shared between the two communities. San Pedro Overlook has added its own open space to the original 625-acres for a new total of approximately 700-acres.
Other features include underground electric, telephone, Comcast cable TV, high speed internet, natural gas, and state of the art shared well water system.
Each site has carefully placed building envelopes which average about 32,000 square feet, this preserves views and distance between homes.
The annual dues are approximately $2700. This covers primarily the maintenance of the common areas (landscaping), private roads, community center/pool, gate/concierge, community paths, and snow removal (on the paved streets). Land owners are subject to the same dues as home owners.
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There are several design guideline considerations in SPO to ensure long term values and to preserve the natural landscape. All home plans must be submitted by a licensed architect and will be reviewed by the Design Review Committee. This list will highlight some major guidelines to give you a basic concept.
• Minimum size 2400 sqft.
• Single story homes only.
• Styles Allowed: Pueblo, Territorial, Grand Lodge, Ranch, and Contemporary Pueblo.
• Pitched roofs: clay, slate, or concrete composite. No metal roofs.
• Flat roofs (for pueblo style) must match stucco color or have low light reflective value, no white.
• No manufactured homes of any type.
• Earth tone stucco/stone exterior walls.
• Maximum height 22 feet.
• Downward exterior lighting.
• Natural driveways: gravel, natural stone, natural colored concrete, stamped concrete, pavers, crusher fines, or exposed aggregate.
• Guest home or casitas allowed.
• RV/Motor-homes must be parked in garage.
• Improvements must be contained within building envelope.
• No perimeter fencing.
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