The Villages at Arbor Creek is a community of 243 town homes in Holly Springs, NC. The townhome association is a sub-association of the Arbor Creek HOA responsible for the maintenance of the common areas specific to the townhomes as well as the maintenance of the townhome buildings. The Villages at Arbor Creek has its own Board of Directors, Bylaws and Covenants. Village residents are subject to both the Villages and Master Association’s Covenants.
The townhomes are set apart from the single family homes. Many of the townhomes provide convenient off-street parking and private patios.
The community features three playgrounds and a large pool with a separate “kiddie pool”. There is an attractive clubhouse next to the pool which may be rented by property owners for private parties. The community’s amenities are available to owners of both townhomes and single family homes.
Villages at Arbor Creek residents have easy access to Western Wake County’s newest shopping centers in Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs and Apex and their many fine stores and restaurants. The community is located minutes from I-40 and I-540 which provide easy access to Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham and RTP’s diverse cultural attractions and entertainment venues. The Streets at Southpoint shopping center and its many fine stores and restaurants are only 30 minutes away. RDU International Airport is also close by.
Arbor Creek is a family friendly neighborhood.
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NOTICE OF RIGHT TO VOLUNTARY MEDIATION
Pursuant to Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes, all members are hereby informed that you have a right to initiate mediation pursuant to the terms of the statute to try to resolve a dispute with the Association. Both the homeowner and the Association must agree to mediate the dispute, and each side is responsible for splitting the cost of the mediation, including payment of a professional mediator. The mediation process is an opportunity to reach an agreement to resolve a dispute – neither side gives up their right to go to court to have a judge resolve the dispute if the parties are not able to reach an agreement through mediation. The specific process to initiate voluntary mediation is outlined in Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes.