Legend Oaks 3 (LOPCA3)

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Documents:
LO III Documents
Legend Oaks – Rules
Legend Oaks III ARB request form
LO III Fence Guidelines
LO III Inspection Policy

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Manager Information and Real-Time Updates:

  • Fall Cleanup September 19th, 2017: Dear Legend Oaks III Neighbors, The Association is pleased to announce that all street/stop signs have been cleaned and painted. As the weather cools, it will be a great time to do some fall clean up. Read more about this.
  • Summertime Creepy Critters July 18th, 2017: courtesy of News 2 : http://counton2.com/2017/07/10/summertime-creepy-critters Alligators South Carolina Aquarium Herpetologist Josh Zalabak says, “Alligators are extremely important to their environment. They are an apex predator, so if you removed them from our ecosystem, it would throw the entire food chain out of whack.” Their prime food sources include raccoons, turtles, and birds. In addition to keeping these animal ... Read more about this.
  • Spring reminders March 15th, 2017: Spring is almost here and lawns everywhere are greening up . Plants and shrubs are sprouting out branches and flower beds are filling with weeds. Remember, your Association governing documents require each owner to keep their yards maintained, mowed, edged, weeded and trimmed. Take some time to refresh the beds with new mulch or pine straw. With ... Read more about this.
  • Moles and your yard- information from the Staff Horticulturist January 24th, 2017: Moles are out and about! What does this mean for your community? The following is an excerpt from our in-house horticulturalist, Mike Ferrazzano: Moles are and have been an ongoing problem in landscape. When temperatures drop in the fall, moles are out in full force to find as much food as possible. Now that temperatures have warmed up as ... Read more about this.
  • Hurricane Aftermath October 11th, 2016:   We hope you and your families are safe. Community Management Group staff was onsite Sunday to assess storm damage and Association related concerns. All issues/concerns will be addressed and work orders will be submitted and prioritized. We are grateful for the expected sunshine this week, as many contractors will have a backlog of work. The landscape crew ... Read more about this.
  • Important Post Hurricane Information for Dorchester County Residents October 11th, 2016: Structural and Tree Damage Dorchester County residents who sustained residential structural damage from sustained wind, water damage (due to flooding), or tree damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew should contact Dorchester County at (843) 832-0393 or (843) 562-0393 and/or gisadmin@nulldorchestercounty.net to report the damage. Residents should be prepared to provide the following information: Name: Address (of damaged property): Phone number: Email: Location ... Read more about this.
  • Phone numbers to know when Hurricane Matthew strikes October 06th, 2016: courtesy of The Post & Courier http://www.postandcourier.com/20161005/161009688/phone-numbers-to-know-when-hurricane-matthew-strikes Add these numbers to your phone contacts because they may come in handy when Hurricane Matthew drenches the Lowcountry. The S.C. Emergency Management Department recommends fully charging your cell phone and other mobile devices before the hurricane approaches and to limit non-essential calls. And remember, call 911 only for ... Read more about this.
  • New Community Signs June 27th, 2016: Dear Residents, In light of recent news events and as a precaution, your Association will be posting additional signage near or around ponds within the community. Signage posted does not necessarily mean that an alligator has been sighted. For additional information and facts regarding alligators please click the link below. http://cmgcharleston.com/gators/   Thank you Read more about this.
  • Legend Oaks 3 Yard of the Month June 21st, 2016: I am pleased to announce that the Legend Oaks 3 Association has implemented Yard of the Month. During the months of June, July and August members of the Board will select the most well maintained yard in the community. Winners will be awarded a $50 gift card to Lowes. During the month of December a home ... Read more about this.
  • How Safe are Your Association Funds with CMG? May 08th, 2016: Community Management Group, LLC (CMG) is a Charleston-based, Professional Homeowners Association Management Company. CMG has a team of 45 local, trained and insured professionals, offering general repair & maintenance services, horticultural consulting, collections administration, and Association accounting. Managers are qualified, certified, designated (CMCA, AMS, etc.), and members of the Community Associations Institute. Administrative staff members ... Read more about this.
  • Spring Updates March 17th, 2016: I hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather aside from the yucky pollen. Your Board has been hard at work prepping for Spring projects and enhancements. You may have noticed maintenance technicians onsite this week cleaning and painting the sign posts and entrance feature. Fresh pine straw will be installed in the next few weeks. Sprint time is your ... Read more about this.
  • Pre-Emergent Herbicides March 04th, 2016: Dear Owners, The Landscape contractor will be applying Pre-Emergent Herbicides to Association’s irrigated common areas over the next couple of days. You will see signs posted at the entrance prior to the application and removed two days after the fertilizer and pesticides are applied. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you, Krista Westbury Senior Portfolio Manager Read more about this.
  • Dorchester County District 2 Schools – Early Registration 4K – 1st Grade February 10th, 2016: Attached is information about the Dorchester School District Two early school registration for new students that are entering child development classes, kindergarten, or first grade for the 2016-2017 school year. Registration will be taking place at all twelve district elementary schools April 5, 6, 7, 2016. Children should register at the school that their neighborhood is ... Read more about this.
  • Winter Dinner Dance January 11th, 2016: SAVE THE DATE: FEBRUARY 27th PARTY AT THE PAVILION!! The HOA I winter Dinner Dance this year will be at the Legend Oaks Club Pavilion, so mark the date on your calendars and get ready to party right in our own neighborhood! Residents of other Legend Oaks HOAs and guests are welcome. More information will be coming your ... Read more about this.
  • Christmas Tree Recycling December 30th, 2015: Please find below some important tips from Dorchester County regarding Christmas Tree Recycling: RECYCLING CHRISTMAS TREES Please Remember To: Remove all decorations such as lights, tinsel and ornaments…etc. Christmas trees can be taken to our Yard Debris Sites: The Miles/Jamison Road Site and Sandy Pines Site off of Hwy 78 Hours of Operation: Tuesday & Thursday 9 to 5 and ... Read more about this.

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Please note that some documents were downloaded from the County and were current as of the date they were downloaded.  They have been scanned via Optical Character Recognition.  They are not certified as complete, and they and ARE NOT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS.  Please consult your closing attorney or the County directly for the most current, accurate complete and legal information.

 

History

Legend Oaks Plantation is a residential community on the outskirts of the historic Town of Summerville in Dorchester County, famous for its annual Azalea Festival. It is located 30 miles from Charleston near the end of the Ashley River Road Scenic Corridor. Ashley River Road is home to Drayton Hall, Magnolia Plantation, and Middleton Place, three of the loveliest remaining plantations open to the public in the Old South. The area is characterized by lovely old oak trees, some over 250 years old, and streams and wetlands that connect to both the Ashley and the Stono Rivers. Prior to development as a golf course community, the land was a working rice plantation. In the center of the community of over 600 homeowners, is the lovely 18 hole semi-private Legend Oaks Golf Club.Legend Oaks Plantation is the original subdivision developed around the Legend Oaks Plantation Golf Club. Willow Point and The Providence are also part of the community and are located on the north side of Route 61. Palmetto Forest subdivision off Route 165 and The Club subdivision on Route 61 are part of the greater Legend Oaks Community, but will have their own Homeowner’s Associations. Legend Oaks Golf Club at Legend Oaks Plantation has been voted one of the low country golfing community’s favorite courses. Once a working rice plantation, the 18 hole course was designed by Pete Dye associate Scot Poole III. The course is beautifully landscaped with 200+ year old oak trees and streams and wetlands connecting to the area river systems. In addition to a full service clubhouse, there is also a swimming pool and cabana plus 4 tennis courts, 2 with lights for night play. Information about golf or pool and tennis memberships and club tee times is available at 843.821.4077.

Schools

Not too many developments have an elementary and a high school right next door, but we do!

  • Beech Hill Elementary School   Located right next to Legend Oaks, an easy bicycle ride from your house!
  • Rollings Middle School
  • Greg Middle School
  • Ashley Ridge High School It doesn’t get better than this, an elementary school next door, and a high school as well. Just opened in fall 2008, it is a state-of-the-art high school, and of course, very new. Approximately one mile from the south Legend Oaks entrance.
  • SC Department of Education

Legend Oaks Golf Club

Thirty minutes from Charleston on scenic Highway 61 and located on the site of a former rice plantation. Chosen by the readers of Charleston Business Journal as one of the Top Three Low Country Courses, Legend Oaks is genuine Low Country golf at it’s finest. Golf Magazine Travel Editor Brian McCallen likened the approach to the Legend Oaks plantation-style clubhouse, through an avenue of 300-year-old live oaks, to the drive up Magnolia Drive leading to Augusta National. “Though the golf course is more akin to Pinehurst no. 2 in its straightforward presentation of challenge,” McCallen added. Legend Oaks Plantation is a classic layout, nestled in Charleston’s Historic Plantation area. Selected by Golf Styles Magazine in 2007 and 2006 as one of the Top 100 Courses in the Carolina’s…you must, Experience Golf Plantation Style at Legend Oaks!

  • Legend Oaks Golf Club Website
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Pool