In Planned Unit Development District No. 6, each clustered lot will contain three one-story villa-type buildings, with each building to be sold and conveyed with fee ownership given to purchaser; the clustered lot will provide parking area for a minimum of four cars. No building or other structure or land shall be used for any purpose other than:
Recreational facilities for use of residents and guests of Timber Hill Estates, Inc., including a manager's or caretaker's dwelling.
The area, yard and height restrictions upon residential buildings within the Planned Unit Development District created under this article are as follows:
Front yards. No building or part of building other than an open porch, steps and eaves and cornices and similar fixtures shall extend nearer to the side lines of a street or road than 30 feet.
Rear yards. There shall be a rear yard with a depth of not less than 20 feet. When a building or property extends through a block from street to street, the front yard requirements shall be observed on both streets.
Height. No dwelling except the recreational building shall exceed one story in height.
Private garages and other accessory buildings. No private garages or carport or other accessory buildings, whether attached or detached, shall be permitted on said premises, except for a storage shed with a maximum dimension of 64 square feet and with no dimension greater than eight feet. The area, yard and height restrictions upon all other recreational buildings within the Planned Unit Development District, as created under this article, are as follows:
Front yard. No building or part of a building, except for eaves and cornices and similar fixtures, shall extend nearer to the side lines of a street or road known as LaVista Drive than 80 feet and no less than 50 feet from the side lines of any other street in the Planned Development District.
Side yard. No building or part of a building, except for eaves and cornices and similar fixtures, shall extend nearer to the side lines of a street or road than 50 feet.
Height. Any clubhouse or recreational building shall be no more than two stories in height.
The subdivision owner reserves the right to convert a fifty-foot wide portion through Lot 19 for future road use. If the subdivision owner or its successors or assigns shall elect to convert a portion of Lot No. 19 for road purposes, then the remaining portions of Lot No. 19 shall be conveyed to the owners of the contiguous parcels, being Lot No. 17 and Lot No. 21.