Ellerslie Place, located in Ellerslie, Georgia, is a planned residential community that was created in 2002 by J.P. Thayer under the name Ellerslie Development, LLC. There are currently four sections, the first section being essentially completed. The other three sections still have individual lots for sale. Future sections are planned for development extending east down Highway 315, but no date has been identified for those sections. Most of the lots in Ellerslie Place have a natural easement, allowing for a good amount of woods attached to each property.
Ellerslie Place has a Neighborhood Watch program to encourage safety among our residents. Our current Neighborhood Watch program is located at NextDoor. Please post any concerns you have there, under the Crime and Safety tab, as we currently do not have a block captain arrangement, common to other Neighborhood Watch programs.
Ellerslie Place has a mandatory homeowners association. This arrangement makes for a fair distribution of neighborhood expenses, as well as providing basic covenants existing between Ellerslie Place residents to protect property values, maintain aesthetics, and manage potential residential nuisances. The HOA also provides a benefit to the home builders. HOA dues are $120.00 yearly and must be paid by March 31st each year. Your HOA dues/payments cover the cost of our annual member meetings, neighborhood street lights, water for entrance landscape maintenance. The dues also pay for attorney fees relative to resident noncompliance regarding covenants and dues payments.