certain rules and regulations which usually depend on the type of lot you have, its size, and its location,
i.e. corner lot or between other properties, and each city/village has its own rules when it comes to fences.
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TheHOA maintains an excellent website full of information for homeowners in Treyburn - I've included the link below. You can also call them at 919-787-9000.
Don not presume that just because you feel that they aren't visible to your neighbors that you may simply do as you like, this will only cause you problems and additional expenses.
My clients who live in Treyburn have found the HOA responsive and fore the most part easy to work with and my guess is that you will as well. When you bought in Treyburn you knew there was an HOA and you should have received printed information from the HOA shortly after closing.
Best of luck and happy holidays to you and your family.
Ask for a copy of your survey from your lender if you don't have one in your closing docs. There are usually utility easements that can be an issue. If for any reason the utility company needs to access your property they can tear down the encroachment and not required to pay for repairs.
Also, call the cable company so you don't cut your lines or your neighbor's lines. Not a good thing.
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The short answer is you should be able to. Now the long answer. If you live in a community where you have a controlling Homeowners Association, they may need to approve the material, color, & height of the fence, and you should not proceed without their written approval. The city in which you live may have (probably not) if you live near open space or have an zoning overlay for the protection of a specie of plant or animal life.