Protective Covenants

Protective Covenants For Conifer Mountain Subdivisions

For Units 2,3, &4

  1. All sites in this subdivision shall be for residential use only, with only single family dwelling permitted on any site.
  2. No trailer, shack or basement dwelling, nor any other structure of a temporary nature, may be used as a permanent dwelling.
  3. No business or activity of a noxious nature may be conducted upon any site in this subdivision.
  4. No dwelling shall be erected or place on any site in this subdivision; have I floor area, exclusive of open porches or garages, of less than 1000 square feet.
  5. All buildings must have outside finish completed within a six months’ period after construction is started.
  6. Open storage of building materials will be permitted during construction only, for a period not to exceed six months.
  7. Camping on site by owner will be allowed for a period not exceed four weeks at any one stay. All camping equipment must be removed at the expiration of the camping period.
  8. The Covenants shall run with the land, and shall bind all parties and all persons claiming under them until January 1, 1980, at which time they shall automatically be ext3ended for successive ten-year periods; unless, by a vote of the majority of the then lot owners, said Covenants are changed in whole or in part.
  9. Invalidation of any of above Covenants by judgment or court decree shall not affect the remaining provisions, which will remain in full force and effect.

For Unit 5

  1. All lots shall be for residential use only, with only one single-family dwelling permitted on any lot (except lots 44 and 45 may be used either fore residential purposes or for park purposes).
  2. No trailer, mobile home, or basement dwelling, nor any other structure of a temporary nature, may used as a dwelling, either temporarily or permanently.
  3. No activity of a noxious nature may be conducted upon any lot, not shall any activity be permitted which may be may become a nuisance or annoyance to the neighborhood. No lot shall be used for any business or commercial purpose whatsoever; provide, however, that the foregoing covenants shall not apply to the real estate sales activities of Conifer Mountain, Inc., or its agents.
  4. No dwelling shall be erected or place on any lot in this subdivision, unless said dwelling has a ground floor area, exclusive of porches or garages, of more than 950 square feet for residences of more than one-story providing the total floor area, exclusive of porches and garages, is not less than 1500 square feet.
  5. No more than one garage, which may be either attached or separate, and no more than one utility building, will be permitted on any one lot.
  6. All building construction shall be on permanent, solid perimeter foundations. All buildings must have outside finish completed within a six month’s period after construction is started. All construction must comply with the Jefferson County Building Code.
  7. Open storage of building materials will be permitted during construction only, for a period not to exceed six months.
  8. Exterior design, color and locations of all buildings and fences must be approved in writing either by Conifer Mountain, Inc., or by an Architectural Control Committee to be designated by said corporation, before construction is commenced. Any basic structure designed to have additions in the future must meet the minimum square feet requirement at the time of the original construction.
  9. No litter or trash shall be permitted to accumulate on any lot.
  10. No abandoned vehicles shall be permitted on any lot. A vehicle shall be considered “abandoned” if it remains non-operative for a period of three weeks.
  11. These covenants shall run with the land and shall bind all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of ten years from the date of filing in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado, and shall automatically be continued thereafter for successive periods of ten years each; provide, however, that the owners of seventy five percent ;of the lots which are subject to these covenants may release all or part of the land so restricted from any one or more of said restrictions., or may change or modify any one or more of said restrictions, by executing and acknowledging an appropriate agreement or agreements in writing for such purposes and filing the same in the Office of county Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado.
  12. Invalidation of any of above Covenants by judgment or court decree shall not affect the remaining provisions, which will remain in full force and effect.

For Unit 6

  1. All lots ;shall be for residential use only, with only one single-family dwelling permitted on any lot.
  2. No trailer, mobile home, or basement dwelling, nor any other structure of a temporary nature, may used as a dwelling, either temporarily or permanently.
  3. No activity of a noxious nature may be conducted upon any lot, not shall any activity be permitted which may be or may become a nuisance or annoyance to the neighborhood. No lot shall be used for any business or commercial purpose whatsoever.
  4. No dwelling shall be erected or placed on Lots 1-7, 18, 20-25, 43 and 44 in this subdivision, unless said dwelling has a ground floor area, exclusive of porches or garages, of more than 950 square feet. However, the ground floor area may be 900 square feet for residences of more than one-story; providing the total floor area, exclusive of porches and garages, is not less than 1500 square feet.
  5. No dwelling shall be erected or placed on Lots 9-17, 19, 26-35, 37-42 in this subdivision unless said dwelling, exclusive of porches and garages, of more than 720 square feet. (as amended 9/29/72).
  6. No more than one garage, which may be either attached or separate, and no more than one utility building, will be permitted on any one lot.
  7. All building construction shall be on permanent, solid perimeter foundations. All buildings must have outside finish completed within a six months; period after construction is started. All construction must comply with the Jefferson County Building Code.
  8. Exterior design, color and locations of all buildings and fences must be approved in writing either by Conifer Mountain, Inc., or by an Architectural Control Committee to be designated by said corporation, before construction is commenced. Any basic structure designed to have additions in the future must meet the minimum square feet requirement at the time of the original construction.
  9. No horses, cattle or other animal, except domestic house pets, may be quartered on said lots. It shall be permissible for horses to be quartered elsewhere, and be ridden to and from an owner’s individual site.
  10. No litter or trash shall be permitted to accumulate on any lot.
  11. No abandoned vehicles shall be permitted on any lot. A vehicle shall be considered “abandoned” if it remains non-operative for a period of three weeks.
  12. These covenants shall run with the land and shall bind all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of ten years from the date of filing in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado, and shall automatically be continued thereafter for successive periods of ten years each; provide, however, that the owners of seventy five percent ;of the lots which are subject to these covenants may release all or part of the land so restricted from any one or more of said restrictions., or may change or modify any one or more of said restrictions, by executing and acknowledging an appropriate agreement or agreements in writing for such purposes and filing the same in the Office of county Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado.
  13. Tract P has been set aside by Fort Lupton, Inc. for use as a park site for the use and benefit of all of the lot owners in the Conifer Mountain – Units 1 through 6, and in additional units of the Conifer Mountain as they are platted. Also, it is anticipated that reasonable and regulated use and enjoyment of this site by non-lot owners will be permitted based upon regulations set forth by the subdivider or by a lot owners association to be formed in the future.
  14. Invalidation of any of above Covenants by judgment or court decree shall not affect the remaining provisions, which will remain in full force and effect.
  15. Violation of any of the covenants or restrictions herein contained shall give to the undersigned, or their agents or assigns, the right to enter upon the property as to which such violation exists, and summarily to abate and remove at the expense of the owner thereof any erection, thing or condition that may exist thereon contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions hereof; and the undersigned or their agents or assigns shall not thereby be deemed guilty or any manner of trespass for such entry, abatement or removal. (Added by amendment 9/29/72),

For Unit 7

  1. All lots shall be for residential use only, with only one single-family dwelling permitted on any lot.
  2. No trailer, mobile home, or basement dwelling, nor any other structure of a temporary nature, may used as a dwelling, either temporarily or permanently.
  3. No activity of a noxious nature may be conducted upon any lot, not shall any activity be permitted which may be or may become a nuisance or annoyance to the neighborhood. No lot shall be used for any business or commercial purpose whatsoever.
  4. No dwelling shall be erected or placed on any lot in this subdivision, except Lot 49, unless said dwelling has a total area, exclusive of porches and garages, of more than 900 square feet. No dwellng shall be erected or placed on Lot 49 unless said dwelling has a total area of 750 square feet.
  5. No more than one garage, which may be either attached or separate, and no more than one utility building, will be permitted on any one lot.
  6. All building construction shall be on permanent, solid perimeter foundations. All buildings must have outside finish completed within a six months; period after construction is started. All construction must comply with the Jefferson County Building Code.
  7. Open storage of building materials will be permitted during construction only, for a period not to exceed six months.
  8. Exterior design, color and locations of all buildings and fences must be approved in writing either by Conifer Mountain, Inc., or by an Architectural Control Committee to be designated by said corporation, before construction is commenced. Any basic structure designed to have additions in the future must meet the minimum square feet requirement at the time of the original construction.
  9. No horses, cattle or other animal, except domestic house pets, may be quartered on said lots. It shall be permissible for horses to be quartered elsewhere, and be ridden to and from an owner’s individual site.
  10. No litter or trash shall be permitted to accumulate on any lot.
  11. No abandoned vehicles shall be permitted on any lot. A vehicle shall be considered “abandoned” if it remains non-operative for a period of three weeks.
  12. These covenants shall run with the land and shall bind all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of ten years from the date of filing in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado, and shall automatically be continued thereafter for successive periods of ten years each; provide, however, that the owners of seventy five percent ;of the lots which are subject to these covenants may release all or part of the land so restricted from any one or more of said restrictions., or may change or modify any one or more of said restrictions, by executing and acknowledging an appropriate agreement or agreements in writing for such purposes and filing the same in the Office of County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado.
  13. One well only shall be permitted on each residential lot, excluding any abandoned wells, and such well shall be used solely for household purposes not including irrigation, and the return flow from such use shall be returned to the same stream system in which such well is located. Any well constructed for use in accordance with these convenience shall be presumed to be non-injurious to the vested water rights of others or to any other existing well.
  14. Invalidation of any of above Covenants by judgment or court decree shall not affect the remaining provisions, which will remain in full force and effect.

For Unit 8

  1. All lots shall be for residential use only, with only one single-family dwelling permitted on any lot.
  2. No trailer, mobile home, or basement dwelling, nor any other structure of a temporary nature, may used as a dwelling, either temporarily or permanently.
  3. No activity of a noxious nature may be conducted upon any lot, not shall any activity be permitted which may be or may become a nuisance or annoyance to the neighborhood. No lot shall be used for any business or commercial purpose whatsoever.
  4. No dwelling shall be erected or placed on any lot in this subdivision, unless said dwelling has a ground floor are, excluding porches and garages, of more than 720 square feet.
  5. No more than one garage, which may be either attached or separate, and no more than one utility building, will be permitted on any one lot.
  6. All building construction shall be on permanent, solid perimeter foundations. All buildings must have outside finish completed within a six months; period after construction is started. All construction must comply with the Jefferson County Building Code.
  7. Open storage of building materials will be permitted during construction only, for a period not to exceed six months.
  8. Exterior design, color and locations of all buildings and fences must be approved in writing either by Conifer Mountain, Inc., or by an Architectural Control Committee to be designated by said corporation, before construction is commenced. Any basic structure designed to have additions in the future must meet the minimum square feet requirement at the time of the original construction.
  9. Horses my be quartered on said lots in fenced corrals only, which corrals shall not exceed 3000 square feet in area and shall be located at least 50 feet from any stream. Said corrals shall be maintained so as not to create a nuisance to any adjoining land owner. One horse barn shall be permitted provided its exterior design and appearance is compatible with the exterior design and appearance of the residence on said lot.
  10. No litter or trash shall be permitted to accumulate on any lot.
  11. No abandoned vehicles shall be permitted on any lot. A vehicle shall be considered “abandoned” if it remains non-operative for a period of three weeks.
  12. These covenants shall run with the land and shall bind all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of ten years from the date of filing in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado, and shall automatically be continued thereafter for successive periods of ten years each; provide, however, that the owners of seventy five percent ;of the lots which are subject to these covenants may release all or part of the land so restricted from any one or more of said restrictions., or may change or modify any one or more of said restrictions, by executing and acknowledging an appropriate agreement or agreements in writing for such purposes and filing the same in the Office of County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado.
  13. Invalidation of any of above Covenants by judgment or court decree shall not affect the remaining provisions, which will remain in full force and effect.
  14. Violation of any of the covenants or restrictions herein contained shall give to the undersigned, or their agents or assigns, the right to enter upon the property as to which such violation exists, and summarily to abate and remove at the expense of the owner thereof any erection, thing or condition that may exist thereon contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions hereof; and the undersigned or their agents or assigns shall not thereby be deemed guilty or any manner of trespass for such entry, abatement or removal.

For Unit 9

  1. All lots shall be for residential use only, with only one single-family dwelling permitted on any lot.
  2. No trailer, mobile home, or basement dwelling, nor any other structure of a temporary nature, may used as a dwelling, either temporarily or permanently.
  3. No activity of a noxious nature may be conducted upon any lot, not shall any activity be permitted which may be or may become a nuisance or annoyance to the neighborhood. No lot shall be used for any business or commercial purpose whatsoever.
  4. No dwelling shall be erected or placed on any lot in this subdivision, unless said dwelling has a ground floor are, excluding porches and garages, of more than 720 square feet.
  5. No more than one garage, which may be either attached or separate, and no more than one utility building, will be permitted on any one lot.
  6. All building construction shall be on permanent, solid perimeter foundations. All buildings must have outside finish completed within a six months; period after construction is started. All construction must comply with the Jefferson County Building Code.
  7. Open storage of building materials will be permitted during construction only, for a period not to exceed six months.
  8. Exterior design, color and locations of all buildings and fences must be approved in writing either by Conifer Mountain, Inc., or by an Architectural Control Committee to be designated by said corporation, before construction is commenced. Any basic structure designed to have additions in the future must meet the minimum square feet requirement at the time of the original construction.
  9. Horses my be quartered on said lots in fenced corrals only, which corrals shall not exceed 3000 square feet in area and shall be located at least 50 feet from any stream. Said corrals shall be maintained so as not to create a nuisance to any adjoining land owner. One horse barn shall be permitted provided its exterior design and appearance is compatible with the exterior design and appearance of the residence on said lot.
  10. No litter or trash shall be permitted to accumulate on any lot.
  11. No abandoned vehicles shall be permitted on any lot. A vehicle shall be considered “abandoned” if it remains non-operative for a period of three weeks.
  12. These covenants shall run with the land and shall bind all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of ten years from the date of filing in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado, and shall automatically be continued thereafter for successive periods of ten years each; provide, however, that the owners of seventy five percent ;of the lots which are subject to these covenants may release all or part of the land so restricted from any one or more of said restrictions., or may change or modify any one or more of said restrictions, by executing and acknowledging an appropriate agreement or agreements in writing for such purposes and filing the same in the Office of County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Colorado.
  13. Tract P has been set aside by Fort Lupton, Inc. for use as a park site for the use and benefit of all of the lot owners in the Conifer Mountain – Units 1 through 6, and in additional units of the Conifer Mountain as they are platted. Also, it is anticipated that reasonable and regulated use and enjoyment of this site by non-lot owners will be permitted based upon regulations set forth by the subdivider or by a lot owners association to be formed in the future.
  14. Invalidation of any of above Covenants by judgment or court decree shall not affect the remaining provisions, which will remain in full force and effect.
  15. Violation of any of the covenants or restrictions herein contained shall give to the undersigned, or their agents or assigns, the right to enter upon the property as to which such violation exists, and summarily to abate and remove at the expense of the owner thereof any erection, thing or condition that may exist thereon contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions hereof; and the undersigned or their agents or assigns shall not thereby be deemed guilty or any manner of trespass for such entry, abatement or removal.