The 67 patio homes within the Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club subdivision belong to two mandatory Homeowners Associations (HOAs):
The Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club Subdivision was developed by the Stiles Land Corporation in Phases I, II and III.
67 patio homes were constructed as part of Phase I. Each owner of a patio home is a member of the Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club Patio Association. The patio association owns and maintains seven common areas which are scattered between the patio homes. Additionally, the patio association provides the lawn care for the front yards of all 67 patio homes.
Patio homeowners are also members of a second association, the Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club Recreation Association. The recreation association has a membership of 279 homes (67 patio homes and 212 "regular" homes). The Recreation association provides the maintenance of the pool and tennis court area. For more information about the Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club, visit their web page at https://www.biltmorehoa.org.
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A "patio home" (also known as a "carriage home" or "garden home") is a small, single-family home with a small yard. These homes sit close to one another and have "zero lot lines" between each home.
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Our association's most common violation is for trash dumpsters and bulky waste items that are set out too early or left out too long. Trash dumpsters may be set out the evening before pickup and should be brought inside within 12 hours of pickup. Bulky waste may be set out the weekend ahead of pickup. Please see https://www.plano.gov/630/Collection-Schedules for more information about waste pickup.