On my visit to the lot yesterday I found the crew adding Brick to the foundation. 10 minutes later, it struck me.. when I couldn't sleep over my first siding choice (silver mist), I submitted a change order to have Spanish Olive siding instead. I didn't revisit the brick color choice thought. Uh ohh!
I don't think the brick that I chose (Grand Caramel) will look too hot with the Spanish Olive siding, dark green shutters, and red door. I rode past both of the Spanish Olive homes in the neighborhood and they both chose a nice red/orange brick.
I can't cry over it now. I'm just going to accept it as a mistake on my end and be optimistic that it will look fine.
The tree debate is still on going. I didn't walk the lot with my PM at the Pre-Con meeting, Kind of wishing I did now. I have a meeting with my SR today and 3pm and will bring it up to him first.
See the evidence below.
What do you think?
1) Should the trees should be cleared back as far as the neighbor's trees?
2) Should trees that are dead & have fallen over be removed?
See the neighbors yard on the right. His has been cleared to the green sign that I circled in red. The sign just indicates that the space beyond the sign is a Resource Protection Area that must remain in a natural state.
Dead trees that have fallen over.
Lot narrows on the right side. I'm assuming this is why I couldn't have a morning room.