Hampton Heights Neighbors
IF YOU LIVE IN HAMPTON HEIGHTS,
YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE.
This section of our website is the hub of all things Hampton Heights for our neighbors. We hope you can find answers to most anything you have questions for but if not, feel free to reach out and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
HAMPTON HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
First things first. We invite each of you to join the HHNA!
The strength of our neighborhood association comes from all of our neighbors working together to make our community safe, beautiful, and fun. We need your help and hope you'll consider getting involved!
President: Philip Stone
Vice-Presidents: Jeremy & Jennie Gilbert
Secretary: Emily Harbin
Treasurer: Sylvelie Franke
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LOCALLY DESIGNATED HISTORIC DISTRICT
So, what are the restrictions, rules, and regulations for property owners in HH?
Interior: Simply put, it’s completely up to you. Restore the original features, make it modern, paint every room in the house a different color….there are no rules. It’s really that simple.
Exterior: Keep it original. Before you make any alterations to the exterior, be sure to read through the Hampton Heights Design Guidelines. This resource defines normal maintenance and repair, minor works, and major works.
For minor works, you’ll need to fill out a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) to turn into the City staff for approval before work begins.
For major works, you’ll need to fill out a COA to turn into the City staff before appearing before the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Once they give you the green light, you’re set.
Still have questions? If you have any questions about what you can and cannot do within Hampton Heights, simply reach out to the City of Spartanburg, Martin Livingston,
DID YOU KNOW?
Hampton Heights is one of two locally designated historic districts in the City of Spartanburg and many of our historic homes are listed on the National Register for Historic Places.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT HAMPTON HEIGHTS?
Here's what some of our neighbors had to say...
Close knit neighbors.
Location, historic homes, neighbors.
Diversity and sense of community.
The history and that every house is different and unique.
The people, the preservation, and the houses.
Positive changes taking place.
Walking distance to downtown and awesome neighbors.
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