Trout Valley Era
All residents in Trout Valley must belong to the area Homeowners' Association and abide by the association deed restrictions. It is a requirement of owning property in the neighborhood. The Association collects a semi-annual dues payment from all of its members. The amenities and the common property are owned by the Association which is run by a Board of Directors. The Trout Valley Association is the lifeblood of the community.

In 1955, brothers Don and Norm Maxon, Barrington architects, came to inspect the Curtiss Farms property for possible development. A close look at the well preserved and impeccable grounds convinced the Maxons that the property fit their plans for a unique concept in residential living.

The Maxon's dream focused on constructing homes in a fashion that would conserve the environment. Two previous owners of the land had preserved it as a special place. Any development must protect that priority. Their concept simply mandated that whatever was built here would be in harmony with the land, the trees, and the contour of the site. The glue that held the concept together was the Trout Valley deed restrictions and the establishment of the Trout Valley Homeowners Association.
 
 
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