There are a lot of pretty places tucked away in various parts of Bent Tree common property. This is a good time of year to explore, before the under-story leafs out.
Regarding today’s Work Session topics:
- The nominee for chairperson of the Land Analysis and Development (LAD) Standing Committee is a real estate agent with Bent Tree Community Properties, Inc. (d.b.a. Bent Tree Realty)
- Long Range Planning may be on the horizon again:
- It’s been almost 11 years since the kickoff meeting of the 2020 Ad Hoc Committee in May 2008.
- It’s been about 9½ years since the last report given by the 2020 Ad Hoc Committee in September 2009.
- The committee put in over 600 committee meeting man hours.
- The defined scope of the 2020 Ad Hoc Committee was “All Bent Tree Activities, functions, processes and issues through year 2020.”
- The year 2020 will be rapidly upon us…time flies.
- Regarding “April Evening Work Session”…seems like a good thing.
There is a Board Work Session scheduled for tomorrow morning (March 19, 2019) at 9:00 in the Club Tamarack Rec Room. The topics for discussion are:
- LAD (Land Analysis and Development) Committee – approval of nomination of officers
- Long Range Planning, including review of the 2020 Ad Hoc Committee Report
- April Evening Work Session
- Proposed Change to Architectural Committee Remodeling, Maintenance, and Landscaping Handbook – AC request and approval process
236 Crippled Oak Trail, in Bent Tree, hit the market last week with an asking price of $409,000. The 3 bed, 3 bath home has a lot of great features (including a screened porch with stone fireplace) and sits on over two acres. Click here to link to the listing information.
A Spring Festival for Bent Tree residents/property owners, four weeks from today:
Yesterday’s post had a photo of the Bent Tree logo on Hole 7. The “leaves” of the tree in the logo are Lenten Roses, which have beautiful blooms that hang down. The photo above was taken from above the plant and the photo below was taken from ground level looking up.
There are some really cool rock layers along some of the creeks in Bent Tree.
As of last Friday, at least eight homes have sold in Bent Tree so far this year. The homes ranged in price from an “as is” cabin that closed for $117,500 to a “Stunning custom home w/ views of the Atl skyline…” that closed for $495,051. Also as of Friday, at least seven more homes had a “sale pending” status.
The dogwoods are loaded with buds. It’s going to be a beautiful spring in Bent Tree.