Deed Restrictions Lots 133-249

Declaration of Establishment of Conditions
Reservations and Restrictions
For Coronado Foothills Estates
Dated: Recorded: Book: 2337 Pages: 433 – 437

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT

That PHOENIX TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY, as Trustee under Trust No. 6239 and 6242, herein-after referred to as the subdivider, and TUCSON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, as Trustee under Trusts No. 221658, 10103 10479 and 10511, vendors of certain contracts for the sale of real estate, memoranda thereof being of record in the office the Pima County Recorder, and TUCSON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY as Trustee under Trust No. 10579 and THE SECTION THREE CORPORATION, all of whom are owners or have an interest in and to that certain land situate in Pima County, Arizona, described as follows to-wit:

Lots 133 through 249 of CORONADO FOOTHILLS ESTATES, a Subdivision of Pima County Arizona, according to the plat thereof of record in the Office of the Pima County Recorder, in Book 16 of Maps and Plats on page 63.

do hereby declare that they have established, and do hereby establish, a general plan for the improvement, development, ownership, use and sale of said property so owned by them, and each and every part thereof, and does hereby establish the manner provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants upon and subject to which said lots shall be used, improved, occupied, owned, sold and conveyed, and does hereby declare that henceforth said lots shall be used, improved, occupied, owned sold and conveyed subject to the provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants herein set forth, all of which shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the present and future owners of said lots and all thereof, and all of which shall apply to and bind the respective successors, in interest of the present owners and future owners of said lots and all thereof, and all of which provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants are, and each of the is, impressed and posed upon each and every parcel of the hereinbefore described property as a servitude in favor of each and every parcel thereof as the dominant tenements, as follows, to-wit:

1. Said property and the whole thereof shall be used for private residential purposes only; no building or structure intended for or adopted to business purposes and no apartment house, double house, flat building, lodging house, rooming house, hospital, sanitorium or doctor’s office shall be erected, placed, permitted or maintained on said property or on any part thereof.

2. No improvement or structure whatever, other than one first class private dwelling house, patio walls, swimming pool and customary outbuildings, energy related equipment,[04/81] servants’ quarters or guest house, carport or garage, may be erected or maintained on any lot in said property, provided that no kitchen facilities shall be installed or maintained in any building on any lot other than the principal residence.

3 . The said first class private dwelling house, servants quarters and guest house shall be constructed of masonry, burnt adobe or clay brick. Wooden trim or wooden partial walls are also permitted. Air conditioning units or energy related equipment may be installed or maintained on the roof of a building or structure only when appropriately placed, designed, screened or camouflaged. Such design, placement, screening and camouflage requires the approval of the architect or agent as provided in Paragraph 11 hereof.[04/81]

4. No room or rooms in any principal residence, nor in the guest house or servants quarters may be rented or leased to others by the owner or owners of any lot; nothing herein however shall be construed as preventing the renting or leasing of an entire lot, together with its improvements.

5. Every principal residence constructed on any lot shall have a fully enclosed floor area devoted to living purposes (exclusive of porches, terraces, garages and other outbuildings) of not less than 1,600 square feet.

6. No residence placed or erected on any lot shall be occupied in any manner while in the course of construction, or at any time prior to its being fully completed. No garage or other outbuildings shall be placed, erected or maintained upon any part of said property except for use in connection with a residence already constructed or under construction at the time that such garage or other outbuilding is placed or erected upon the property. All construction shall be completed within six months from start thereof. No temporary dwellings, garage, outbuilding or other structure shall be placed or erected upon any lot, no trailer or trailer house or home stored as permitted under paragraph numbered 9 herein shall be occupied.

7. No elevated tanks of any kind shall be erected, placed or permitted upon any part of said property, provided, that nothing herein shall prevent the owner from erecting, placing or permitting the placing of tanks and other water system apparatus on said property for the use of the water company serving said property. Any tanks for use in connection with any residence constructed on said property, including tanks for the storage of fuels must be buried or walled in sufficiently to conceal them from the view from neighboring lots, roads or streets. All clotheslines, garbage cans, equipment, wood piles or storage piles shall be walled in or kept screened by adequate planting or other means in such manner as to conceal them from the view of neighboring lots, roads or streets.

8. All electrical service and telephone lines from the utility company pole line shall be placed under ground and no outside electrical lines shall be placed overhead; provided that this requirement may be waived by the owner, however, that one such waiver shall not constitute a waiver as to other lots or lines. No exposed or exterior radio transmission and/or receiving antennas shall be erected, placed or maintained on any part of said property; television antennas shall be included in such restrictions, however if the local television station transmission patterns are such that reception is not possible without exposed antenna, then the owner may waive this restriction.

9. No lot shall be used in whole or in part for the storage of rubbish of any character whatsoever, nor for the storage of any property or thing that will cause such lot to appear in an unclean or untidy condition or that will be obnoxious to the eye, nor shall any substance, thing or material be kept upon any lot that will emit foul or obnoxious odors, or that will cause any noise that will or might disturb the peace, quiet, comfort or serenity of the occupants of surrounding property. There shall be no outside storage of boats, trailers, motor vehicles in stages of reconstruction, modification or rebuilding or parts of motor vehicles such as frames, bodies, engines or other parts and/or accessories; outside storage shall not include storage within the confines of a carport screened except as to its entrance.

10. Any building or structure other than an accessory building, wall or fence erected or placed upon any lot, excluding uncovered terraces, steps and/or roof projections at the eaves, shall be set back the following prescribed distances from lot lines:

(a) Not less than 30 feet from any street lot lines, corner lots, fronting on two streets shall be considered as having two street lot lines, one of which may not be closer than 10 feet.

(b) Not less than 10 feet from any side lot line.

(c) Not less than 40 feet from any rear lot line, except that where the rear lot line of one lot is also the side lot line of an adjoining lot, the minimum set back provided for side lot lines shall apply to both sides of said lot lines.

(d) No separate or detached garage shall be erected or placed within 30 feet of any street lot line, nor at any location which has not previously been authorized in writing by the owner.

No wall, coping or fence exceeding six feet in height may be erected or maintained on any lot; and no wall, coping, fence or hedge which extends forward of the prescribed street set back line shall be constructed, maintained or permitted to grow to a height exceeding four feet. Boundary planting along the side and rear lot lines shall not be permitted to grow to a height exceeding ten feet. Trees shall not be permitted to grow to heights that obstruct the view from neighboring lots and in no event shall they be permitted to grow to a height exceeding ten feet above the highest point of the principal residence and they shall be permitted only within the patios or court yards or immediately outside the enclosures for same; this restriction shall not apply for existing native growth.

11. All building plans for any building, wall, fence or other structure whatsoever to be erected on or moved upon or to any part of said property, and the proposed location thereof on any lot and any changes after approval thereof, and any remodeling, reconstruction, alteration or addition to any building or other structure on any lot in said property shall be subject to approval in writing of an architect or representative appointed from time to time by the Board of the Coronado Foothills Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., an Arizona Corporation, under such terms and conditions as said board may establish.[06/73] Before the owner of any lot shall commence the construction or alteration of any building, wall, fence or other structure whatsoever on any lot, such owner shall submit to the architect or agent mentioned above, two complete sets of plans and specifications for said structure, the erection or alteration of which is desired, and no structure of any kind shall be erected, altered, placed or maintained upon any lot unless and until the plans, elevations and specifications therefor have received written approval of such architect or agent. Such plans shall include a plot plan showing the location of the structure on the lot. Said Architect or agent shall retain one copy of all plans or specifications submitted under this Paragraph 11. Said Architect or agent shall have the authority to approve or disapprove the site location of all structures.[06/73]
The architect or agent shall either approve or disapprove the said plans and specifications within thirty days from receipt thereof. One set thereof, with the architect’s or agent’s approval or disapproval endorsed thereon, shall be delivered to the person submitting same and the other copy thereof retained by the owner. If there be no approval or disapproval given within thirty days and no action has been instituted to enjoin the doing of the proposed work, the provisions of this paragraph shall be deemed waived. Said architect or agent shall have the right to disapprove any plans and specifications submitted to him as aforesaid if such are not in accordance with all of the provisions of this declaration or if, in the opinion of the architect or agent, the design of said structure is not in harmony with the general surroundings of such lot or with adjacent building or structures, or if the plans and specifications submitted are incomplete. Neither said Board, Association or Architect shall be responsible in any way for any defect in any planes and/or specifications submitted in accordance with this Paragraph 11 nor for any structural defects in any building or structure erected. The decision of said Architect or agent shall be final.[06/73]

12. Pets of the customary household variety only may be kept on any lot; provided that the provisions hereof shall not be deemed to permit the keeping of domestic fowl, nor more than two of any type of pets.

13. No advertising signs (expect one “For Rent” or “For Sale” sign per lot), billboards, unsightly objects or nuisance shall be erected, placed or permitted to remain on any of said lots, nor shall the premises be used in any way or for any purpose which may endanger the health or unreasonably disturb the holder of any lot herein. Nothing herein shall prevent the subdivider from placing temporary office, advertising signs and sales signs including directional signs in said lots nor preventing same from construction of entrance structures denoting the subdivision and its name of a permanent nature.

14. The native growth on said property shall not be destroyed or removed from any of the lots by any of the lot owners, except such native growth as may be necessary for the construction and maintenance of roads, driveways, residences, garages, and outbuildings, lawns, and/or walled-in service yards and patios, which native growth shall not be removed prior to commencement of construction.

15. No Bermuda grass except for pollen free types shall be grown on any lot.

16. No derrick or other structure designed for use in boring for oil or natural gas shall be erected, placed or permitted upon any part of said property, nor shall any oil, natural gas, petroleum, asphaltum or hydrocarbon products or minerals of any kind be produced or extracted therefrom.

17. Drainageways shall conform to the requirements of all lawful public authorities, including the County Engineer of Pima County, Arizona, to the full extent of the authority given him by law.

18. A dedicated easement and right-of-way is perpetuity is hereby reserved for the benefit of all lots herein for the erection, construction, maintenance and operation of underground lines for the transmission of electrical energy and for the laying and maintenance of underground telephone lines and telegraph lines and for the laying and maintenance of pipes, mains and conduits for the furnishing of water, gas and sewer service or for other purposes, together with the right of entry for the purpose of installing, maintaining and reading of gas, electric and water service meters, providing that the placement of all such utilities shall be only on the approval of the subdivider.

19. Anything hereinbefore contained to the contrary notwithstanding, the following specific provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants as to the manner in which lots may be improved and used shall govern and control:
(a) All lots mentioned in these restrictions shall be subject to any provisions of the Pima County Zoning Ordinance and its amendments if said provisions as applied to said lots are more restrictive than the conditions or restrictions set forth herein, or established rules and regulations not covered by this instrument.

20. The aforesaid provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants and each and all of them, shall run with the land and continue and remain in full force and effect at all times and against all persons until December 1, 1992, at which time said covenants shall be automatically extended for successive periods of ten years each unless by a vote of a majority in numbers of lots at or prior to the end of the initial term or any successive period of ten years said restrictions shall be amended, changed or terminated in whole or in part. Such amendments, changes or terminations shall be effective by instruments in recordable form executed by the parties agreeing to them and filing them with the proper office of record. All provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants herein shall be binding on all lots and the owners thereof, regardless of the source of title of such owners, and any breach thereof, if continued for a period of thirty days from and after the date subdivider or Coronado Foothills Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., an Arizona Corporation[06/73] or other lot owners shall have notified in writing the owner or lessee in possession of the lot upon which such breach has been committed to refrain from a continuance of such action and to correct such breach, shall warrant the subdivider or Coronado Foothills Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., an Arizona Corporation[06/73] or other lot owners to apply to any court of law or equity having jurisdiction thereof for the injunctive or other proper relief, and if such relief be granted, the court may in its discretion award to the plaintiff in such action his reasonable expenses in prosecuting such suit, including attorney’s fees.

Provided that any violation of the foregoing provisions, conditions, restrictions or covenants shall not defeat or render invalid the lien of any mortgage or deed of trust made in good faith for value as to any portion of said property. But such provisions, conditions, restrictions and covenants shall be enforceable against any portion of said property acquired by any person through foreclosure or by deed in lieu of foreclosure, for any violation of the provisions, conditions, restrictions, and covenants herein contained occurring after the acquisition of said property through foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure.

Provided further, that in the event the provisions hereunder are declared void by a court of competent jurisdiction by reason of the period of time herein stated for which the same shall be effective, then in that event said terms shall be reduced to a period of time which shall not violate the rule against perpetuities as set forth in the laws of the State of Arizona.

Provided further, that said property shall be subject to any and all rights and privileges which the City of Tucson or the County of Pima may have acquired through dedication or the filing or recording of maps and plats of said property, as authorized by law.

Provided further that no delay or omission on the part of the subdivider or Coronado Foothills Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., an Arizona Corporation[06/73] or the owners of lots in said property in exercising any rights, power or remedy herein provided, in the event of any breach of conditions, restrictions, covenants or reservations herein contained, shall be construed as a waiver thereof or acquiescence therein, and no right of action shall accrue nor shall any action be brought or maintained by anyone whatsoever against the subdivider or Coronado Foothills Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., an Arizona Corporation[06/73] for or on account of any breach of said provisions, conditions, restrictions or covenants or for imposing restrictions herein which may be unenforceable by the subdivider or Coronado Foothills Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., an Arizona Corporation[06/73].

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, PHOENIX TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY, an Arizona Corporation, TUCSON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, an Arizona Corporation, and THE SECTION THREE CORPORATION, an Illinois Corporation, authorized to do business in the state of Arizona, have caused these presents to be signed by their duly authorized officers and their corporate seals to be hereunto affixed this 15 day of March, 1963.

TUCSON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY,
as Trustee under Trusts No. 221,658, 10,103
10,479, 10,511, 10,579

 
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Amendments incorporated in the above text:
[06-73] : First Amendment, 12 June, 1973
[04-81] : Second Amendment, April, 1981The Amendments are marked in this way:

Added [01-01] Text was added by the referenced amendment (ex. [01-01])