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Prestwick Deed Restrictions

All recorded restrictions, easements and conditions;
All zoning and building laws, ordinances and regulations;

A. That until January 1, 1989, each and every lot in PRESTWICK UNIT NO. 1 of Arthur T. McIntosh & Company, being a subdivision of part of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-six (26) and part of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4) of Section Twenty-five (25), Township Thirty-five (35) North, Range Twelve (12), East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Will County, Illinois, shall be subject to the following restrictions, which shall each be construed as a covenant running with the land; and for and during an additional period of twenty-five (25) years from and after such first-mentioned date, each such lot shall continue to be subject to such restrictions until and unless the owner or owners of two-thirds (2/3) in number of the lots in PRESTWICK UNIT NO.1 of Arthur T. McIntosh & Company shall file in the office of the Recorder Of Deeds of Will County, Illinois a written statement signed and acknowledged by such owner or owners stating that such restrictions, or certain thereof, shall become ineffective prior to the end of such additional period, in which event such restrictions, or those specified in such written statement, shall become ineffective on the date stated in such written statement.

  1. Restrictions, easements and conditions as shown on the plat of PRESTWICK UNIT NO. 1 of Arthur T. McIntosh & Company.
  2. No building shall be erected or maintained on any lot for manufacturing, industrial or business purposes; and no noxious or offensive trade shall be carried on upon any lot nor shall anything be done thereon which may be or become an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.
  3. No building shall be erected or maintained on any lot unless it be a dwelling house designed and equipped for occupancy as a private residence by a single family only, provided that at the time of or after (but not before) the erection of any such dwelling house, accessory buildings (including servantsí quarters, private garages and other out-buildings) may be erected and maintained as appurtenances of such dwelling house. No more than one such dwelling house and the accessory buildings appurtenant thereto shall be maintained on anyone lot at the same time.
  4. Before any building shall be occupied or used, a septic tank or other facilities for the disposal of sewage shall be erected or installed, and the arrangements for sewage disposal shall be such as to prevent all nuisance and all possibility of contamination, and such as to be satisfactory to the State health authorities.
  5. No advertising sign or billboard, and no visible oil or gas tank for fuel or other purpose, shall be erected or maintained on any lot.
  6. No stables or other quarters shall be erected, maintained or used on any lot for stabling or accommodating any horses, cattle, swine, goats, sheep, bees or fowl.
  7. Notwithstanding that it may comply with the foregoing restrictions, no such dwelling house or accessory building, or septic tank or other facilities for the disposal of sewage, or fence, shall be erected, and no alteration costing more than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) shall be made to any such dwelling house or accessory building or septic tank or other facilities for the disposal of sewage, or fence, until and unless the plans and specifications for the same have been drawn by a licensed architect, showing the nature, shape, size, architectural design, materials, location, proposed landscaping thereof, and approximate cost, and (1) shall have been first submitted to and approved in writing by Arthur T. McIntosh & Company, 105 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois, or its successors or assigns, or if not approved in writing by Arthur T. McIntosh & Company, or its successors or assigns, within thirty (30) days after the submission to it of such plans and specifications, (2) shall have been submitted to a committee of three architects, the first of whom shall have been appointed by the owner of the lot, the second of whom shall have been appointed by Arthur T. McIntosh & Company, or its successors or assigns, and the third of whom shall have been appointed by the two architects first so appointed, and shall have been approved in writing by two of such committee of architects.
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