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Sun Jan 9, 2011
Maggie Langon answered:
Hi Patty,

HOAs do not usually restrict the number of pets unless you have a ton of them or they are farm animals! The school system is Sherwood, but there is talk that within the near future parents will be given the opportunity to choose what school their child attends not based on the community they live in. Hope that helps! ... more
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Wed Nov 18, 2009
Ed answered:
Summer Brook HOA rules require owners obtain approval of the architectural control committee before they erect a shed. But many owners do have their own sheds, so I know for a fact that approval has been granted in the past. Just depends on what kind of shed, how large, etc. For more details, see the HOA rules on the Summer Brook community association website, which is http://www.summerbrook.info/. ... more
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Wed Nov 18, 2009
Ed answered:
Katherine,

I have owned a home in Summer Brook since 2004 and I am not an agent seeking your business (nor is my home for sale!). Put simply, it is a sought-after neighborhood and there are several good reasons for that: very close and convenient proximity to Patrick AFB, rapidly-developing neighborhood (new Home Depot, new shopping centers along Wickham in that area now built, and soon completion of the Pineda Causeway extension, which will make it a lot easier to travel up to Viera for mall shopping by bypassing the lights in Suntree), and wonderful neighbors whose command of the English language betrays their university-level education. It is also walking/biking distance to Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, for those who value a really top-notch education for their kids (mine went there and LOVED it). The neighborhood has an HOA that aggressively ensures things stay up to shape and no one cheats on the HOA rules, and this helps to protect your property values. Sense of community is strong. Kids all come out after school, play in the yards, and feel very safe there. A county cop lives in the middle of the community and parks his cruiser on the street every night. You can easily walk or bike to Books a Million, grocery store, restaurants, etc. Just a fantastic location that is perfect for families, especially those associated with the base. ... more
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