Covenants & Design Guidelines
Like many communities, The Thoms Estate makes use of covenants and architectural guidelines for the benefit of all owners and their neighbors. Neighborhoods with properly drafted and enforced covenants and architectural standards have been shown to retain property value better than those with poorly enforced covenants or no standards at all. Neighborhoods that follow their covenants and standards tend to be safer, look better, maintain better relationships with local governments, and better retain or increase the investments that homeowners have made in their properties.
The Village at the Thoms Estate, also known as Phase 2 and home of our Chateaux, has additional neighborhood covenants. This part of the community offers worry-free living, and the neighborhood association is in charge of all lawn maintenance and certain other exterior maintenance. Be sure to speak to our sales staff about how we can make your home ownership worry-free, allowing you to relax, travel and work in peace.
Please speak to our sales staff to learn more about how these covenants protect your investment and ensure that the Thoms Estate will reach all the potential expected of the gem of North Asheville.
Architectural Review Committee Process
Per the Board of The Thoms Estate and the ARC, for all Lots purchased on or after January 1, 2017, only approved builders with a Sales Model in the Community are approved for building in The Thoms Estate. Please speak to our sales team regarding current Approved Builders, or if you are interested in becoming an Approved Builder.
John Sexton is in Chairman of our Architectural Review Committee (ARC) and your point of contact as you prepare to build in The Thoms Estate. Use the forms below to submit your preliminary and final plans to the ARC for approval, along with the required fees.