Welcome to the Cottage Farm Property Owner's Association!
Cottage Farm is a residential community, with access to the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, located within the city of Beaufort, South Carolina. Development first began in 1990. There are 116 total single-family residential lots in Cottage Farm, of which 103 are currently developed. Cottage Farm is administered by the Cottage Farm Property Owners’ Association (CFPOA) through a 7 member elected Board of Directors and a 5 member Architectural Control Committee. The CFPOA enforces the Protective Covenants and operates under the Cottage Farm Bylaws. An annual assessment of $288.00 is presently levied on each lot. All new constructions, additions, landscaping, tree removal, etc. must be approved in advance by the Architectural Control Committee. Please refer to the Bylaws for specific requirements. Requests to the ACC must be submitted in writing to CFPOA, P.O. Box 2223, Beaufort, S.C. 29901, Attn. ACC Chairperson via email or by submitting an ACC Request via this website. Click the “Contact Us” Tab for a listing of current Officers, Directors and ACC Members.
About this site: The Admin page contains the links needed to view and download the Protective Covenants, By-Laws and Rules and Regulations for Use of the Common Property. The Meeting Info page contains the link to the monthly meeting minutes, financial statement and annual meeting information. The Newsletter page will contain a link to past & current Newsletters along with timely information for our residents. FAQ, Frequently Asked Questions, may answer some of the questions you may have about living in Cottage Farm. The Contact page provides a link to the email addresses for the members of the Board of Directors and Architectural Control Committee. Also included is a "Mapquest" map and directions to Cottage Farm. Lastly, Links will take you to a page which provides links to government, other orginazitions & our elected officials. Check the "City of Beaufort" link to see the monthly Neighborhood Associations' Meeting Minutes which can be located on the "Planning Department's" page. Also, see this page for the May 26, 2017 Preliminary Flood Maps (FEMA NFIP). In order to read and download the pdf files you will need a copy of Adobe Reader on your computer. To obtain a free download of Adobe Reader, click on the link below. This will take you to the Adobe website, look for "download Adobe Reader".
This page was last updated: October 3, 2017
Please check the calendar for the date and location of our monthly Board of Directors' Meeting.