Graham Court is a 3 ½-story, 24-unit residential condominium community located in a quiet neighborhood, just two blocks from Franklin Street and one block from the University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill.
Built in 1928, the community consists of two buildings (233 and 235 McCauley Street, Chapel Hill 27516), each with 12 units.
All condos are one-story, approximately 953 square feet, with one bath and are accessible by an interior stairwell or an exterior fire-escape.
Graham Court is currently managed by a 4-person board of directors who are elected by the membership at the association’s annual meeting, which are typically held in November. All board members serve a one-year term, and the officer-positions (President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary) are elected/chosen by the board-members themselves.
Each unit comes with one reserved parking space, and the remaining 13 unmarked spaces are first-come, first-serve. Parking anywhere on the property does require a valid parking permit, which is issued annually by the condo association's community manager. Unauthorized vehicles are towed by Talbert’s Towing, 919-933-0066.
Each year, the Town of Chapel Hill offers five on-street parking permits for residents whose address is 233 McCauley Street and five for 235 McCauley Street. Residents who purchase parking permits are issued a Zone D (Red) permit and may only park on the 200 block of Cameron Ave., McCauley St., Patterson Place, W. University Dr., Vance St., Wilson St., Wilson Ct., and Pittsboro St. To learn more about Chapel Hill's Residential Parking Permit Program visit their website or call 919-932-2912.
As of 2021, monthly dues are $265. At closing, the Buyer is charged a one-time Working Capital Fee of $750. Monthly dues are due on the first of each month and are subject to a “late-fee” if not paid within the month they are due. Owners should make their dues payments through their online portal, however, payments may also be mailed to:
Graham Court Condos
PO Box 531175
Atlanta, GA 30353-1175
The condo association pays for landscaping, trash pick-up, water, recycling, exterior maintenance (siding, roof, gutters, etc.), common-area lighting, paving, maintenance of the interior common-area (i.e. stairwells) and other costs specifically outlined in the community’s covenants and yearly budget. For a detailed list of association responsibilities versus owner responsibilities, see the “Responsibility Chart” below.
The roofs were replaced in August 2014 by Onofrio Construction, using a 30-year shingle. The next roof replacement is expected around 2044.
The buildings are inspected for termites every October by Kil-Mor Pest Management. Pest control for the individual condominiums is each owner’s responsibility.
The mail route is named “City-2” and the mail carrier is David Congdon. The closest post office is three blocks away at: 179 E FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514. Mailbox keys, like individual condominium keys, are the property/responsibility of each owner. For lost mailbox keys, owners should contact the post office, in person, to place an order for a new key/lock.
For Certificates of Insurance or other insurance related information email Meredith Tyson with Assured Partners at email@example.com or call (336) 217-9259.
Dues are paid through the Appfolio online Owner Portal, a leading cloud-based software program for HOA management.
If you already have an account, you can access it from the Pay Dues page on your community site, or you can log in from the Owner Portal Login link at the top of the page.
By paying dues directly through the Owner Portal, your account will reflect your current balance in real-time. You can also contact your property manager through the site, make requests, download forms, review HOA documents etc. The owners portal will streamline communications with your property management team and your board of directors.
If you do not have an account, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, community name, and email address, and we will be happy to email you an invitation.
NOTICE OF RIGHT TO VOLUNTARY MEDIATION Pursuant to Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes, all members are hereby informed that you have a right to initiate mediation pursuant to the terms of the statute to try to resolve a dispute with the Association. Both the homeowner and the Association must agree to mediate the dispute, and each side is responsible for splitting the cost of the mediation, including payment of a professional mediator. The mediation process is an opportunity to reach an agreement to resolve a dispute – neither side gives up their right to go to court to have a judge resolve the dispute if the parties are not able to reach an agreement through mediation. The specific process to initiate voluntary mediation is outlined in Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes.
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