Fences must be six (6) feet tall. The design can be straight (either shadowbox or standard design) or a scalloped wood fence. Scalloped wood fence must have center fence height 6 to 8 inches lower than six (6) foot pickets. Fence pickets can be either dog-eared or French gothic design. Fences must be natural color stained, not painted. Supports must face the owner of the fence, if shadowbox design is not used. Corner lot fences can not extend into the side yard toward the street, if the home’s backyard faces the side of a neighbor’s home. The spacing of pickets must be less than 1 inch for a standard design fence (preferred spacing is ¼ inch). Fences must be placed within the property line or set back five (5) feet from the property line. Fences must connect to the back corner of the house or extend no farther than the center of the home. Chain link fences and split rail fences are not allowed. Design and material list must be submitted with approval form to ACC (include layout sketch of fence showing property line.) No construction prior to approval by Architectural Control Committee.