One of the benefits of living in Alston Park is the Protective Covenants which help ensure the future value of your property. As you settle into your home, you may have ideas for changes that you would like to make. As a reminder, prior to any construction activity, the covenants require the homeowner to submit plans for approval. This includes plans for any decks, satellite dishes, additions, porches, changes to grade, tree planting or removal, visible landscaping, swimming pools, and the like. Architectural plans and drawings must include all dimensions of desired changes. Please refer to your covenants for specific details.

Any requests for approval, other than landscaping, will require a $100 application fee. This fee will help offset the cost of all the professionals involved.

Plans should be submitted to:
Alston Park Architectural Control Committee
P.O. Box 23376
Hilton Head Island, SC 29925-3376

Homes adjacent to the freshwater wetland nature preservation areas are likely constructed right at the setback limit from the wetland. This optimizes your view and enjoyment of the open space. Beaufort County and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as well as the S.C. Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management all enforce this setback from the wetlands in order to provide a filtration for storm water flowing into the nature preserve. You may not construct anything in this buffer setback area.

If you notice any violations of the Protective Covenants, please complete the Covenant Violation form and mail it to the POA office at:

Alston Park Property Owners Association
P.O. Box 23376
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29925-3376

The POA will only respond to violations documented on this form.

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