Olivia Lane Community Q&A


March 27, 2020

There are a lot of questions about Olivia Lane our new home community in Concord. We’ve gathered them and placed them here, enjoy!

 

Why does Lenox go to sale early?


At Lenox, we are proud of our robust personalization program. Going to sale early allows our buyers to select finishes that best fit how they live, and what they want their home to look like. We work hand in hand with our homeowners to select appliances, lighting and plumbing fixtures, smart home features, paint colors, shower enclosures, surrounds, counters, and flooring.

 

What schools are assigned to the Olivia Lane Community?

 


The schools currently assigned are:

Ayers Elementary School

Pine Hollow Middle School

Northgate High School (unassigned)

Clayton Valley Charter High School (unassigned)

 

How Large are Lots 6 and 7?


Lot 6 is approx. 18,316 Sq. Ft. and Lots 7 is approx. 27,687 Sq. Ft.

 

What are the HOA dues?


HOA Dues for the Olivia Lane community is currently $235 / month.

 

What is the new home warranty


• 10-year coverage on structural elements of the home.

• 4-year coverage on the workability of the plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and other mechanical systems.

• 1-year coverage on materials and workmanship and the warranty is transferable.

 

Does Lenox Homes have a preferred lender?


Yes! Paulette McLelland with Homestreat Mortgage and Lennox Byer with Wells Fargo.

 

Can I transfer my property tax base?


Yes! On November 4, 1986, the voters of California passed Proposition 60 to provide to qualified homeowners the transfer of the base-year value of their principal residence to a replacement dwelling located in the same county, provided you meet the age requirement.

 

What is the Biofiltration Area on Lot 1?


The Biofiltration System captures, stores, and cleans the stormwater from the roof and other impervious surfaces on the property. The planter operates by filtering rainwater through the specially engineered soil in the planter. Biofiltration is used for flood prevention, improving the water runoff quality, and the aesthetics of the community.