Two typical building envelope arrangements are highlighted in green circles labeled A and B. In circle A
are 4 building envelopes each of which has an area of 2,400 sq. ft within which a housing unit shall be constructed. The four envelops are clustered around a common drive which is 40 feet in width and, for this particular cluster, is in excess of 110 feet in length.
In Circle B
are two building envelopes which share a 20 ft. wide drive which, in this instance, is over 70 ft. long. These envelopes shall typically be 50 ft wide by 48 ft. wide. Final plat surveys together with location specific topography may dictate a final envelope arrangement this has a slightly different combination of length and width but shall contain no more than 2,400 square feet of construction space.
The massing of buildings in this fashion provides maximum actual and visual open space while providing an ideal arrangement for family and or friends to have their own personal
enclave within SnoCadia while maintaining the privacy and standalone character of separate living units. The private drives shall be surfaced with reinforced grass pavers to insure minimum impervious surfaces and a rural natural
character in keeping with the surroundings of natural vegetation.