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File #: 19-292    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Hillside Status: Passed
File created: 6/6/2019 In control: Hillside Building Committee
On agenda: 6/12/2019 Final action: 6/12/2019
Title: Formal Review for a new single family residence at 4342 E Highlands Drive (APN 169-53-026).
Attachments: 1. Hillside Map.pdf, 2. Vicinity Map.pdf, 3. Aerial.pdf, 4. Application (2018).pdf, 5. Application (2019).pdf, 6. Notification Materials.pdf, 7. Plans.pdf, 8. Plans 2018.pdf, 9. Material Board.pdf, 10. Light Fixtures.pdf
Hillside Building Committee

Hugo Vasquez; Hillside Development Administrator

November 14th, 2018

Formal Review for a new single family residence at 4342 E Highlands Drive (APN 169-53-026).

The proposed project will construction a new single family residence in place of the demolished residential home at 4342 E Highlands Drive. The project has an application date of April 16th, 2019 and will be reviewed under the 2018 Hillside Development Regulations.

Lot Data
Area of Lot
1 ac or 43,559 ft?
Area Under Roof
7,022 ft?
Floor Area Ratio
Building Site Slope
Allowable Disturbed Area
20,882 ft? (47.94%)
Existing Net Disturbed Area
30,134 ft? (69.18%)
Proposed Net Disturbed Area
26,699 ft? (61.29%)
Maximum Building Height
19 ft - 6 in
Overall Height
19 ft - 6 in
Volume of Cut/Fill
1,353 yd?
Hillside Assurance

The 1-acre property at 4342 E Highlands Drive previously contained a 4,000 ft? residence that was originally built in 1967. The remodel addition has now been converted to new construction. The existing property has a net Disturbed Area of approximately 70%. Due to the full demolition of the previous residence, the applicant shall now be required to meet all current zoning regulations (setbacks, heights, etc.). The front patio area has been set back and the entryway has been updated. Boulder retaining walls are placed east/west of the entry and a new pool barrier will be used. Pool equipment has moved to the east side of the property and the extra parking space has been removed.

The existing asphalt driveways will be resurfaced with concrete pavers. Clay bricks are proposed for various walkways around the residence, as well as the front and side patio areas. New pool tiles are proposed, and walkways at the front of the property and at the rear lawn will have decoratively placed pavers. All material shall be an LRV of 38 or less.

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