Some of our feathered neighboors
The Carriage Square Home Owners Association also known officially as the "Eastwood Association" was incorporated July 5, 1978, as the Eastwood Association. It is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Currently we use the name Carriage Square because it has a cachet that Eastwood Association does not, and adds value to our homes. It is the name used at the two entry ways to our community.
There are 131 lots in the HOA. Most of the homes were constructed in the late 70’s. Over the years many changes have occurred with many of the original homeowners moving on. There are still a few of the original homeowners scattered throughout the subdivision.
Many of the homes have been updated in recent years with extensive interior and exterior makeovers.
The original developer of the Eastwood Subdivision wrote the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s) to protect the value of the properties in the subdivision until all the lots were sold. The developer, after the last lot was sold, then turned over the Association to the existing homeowners. A Board of Directors was established along with By-Laws and Guidelines for Property Maintenance. The main purpose for an HOA is to maintain the common areas and through the CC&R’s protect the market value of the properties within the Association.
The common areas consist of the two entrances off Eastwood, the set- backs along the north side and the tree lawn along the south side of Eastwood.
Photos by David Madiosn
Carriage Square at Gainey Village HOA