Edgewood Townehouse Association

In Eugene's South Hills

ETA Buyer

Review and Understand the ETA Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions Conveniently Located on the web

 The exterior of all building and
all of the common grounds are
exclusively managed by the

Parking is restricted and no
long-term storage of RVs or
Boats is available.

Annual Assessments are paid
monthly and are due on the 1
day of the month.

A Great Place to Live

This is just an overview. Click the photo tour button to see a slide show of the property and the surrounding area.

Request an HOA Demand

Fill Out our Contact Form. Be Sure to state "HOA Demand" in the first sentence of the message.

ETA Seller

Notify the Association’s Board of Directors of your intent to sell. Be sure to follow the guidelines below.

 Ensure that your realtor is well
versed in the Association’s
Covenants, Conditions, and

“For Sale” signs
may only be staged in your
living room window, not on the
common grounds. (Certain
provisions are available to
owners on Brae Burn.)

“Open House” tours should
respect your neighbors.
Encourage Buyers to park in
designated spaces only


The designers of the Edgewood Townehouses were an award-winning architecture firm known as Lutes and Amundson, Architects and Community Planners. Donald Lutes, a 1950 graduate from the University of Oregon, began his practice in Springfield, Oregon. His business partner, John M. Amundson Jr., another graduate from the UO School of Architecture was also a professor of Architecture and Planning at the UO. These two architects became the first practice to combine architecture and urban planning in Oregon.

Their vision was to build single-family residences, fully utilizing the lot-size on which they were built – not apartments, not duplexes – but a townhouse. In addition to this goal, the envisioned the townhouses set in a private park reserved for the exclusive use and enjoyment of the association members and their guests. The private park included a swimming pool, a neighborhood recreation building, private driveways, streets, and walkways, with natural streams, and waterfalls. The two architects teamed with one of the premiere construction companies of the time, Breeden Bros., and the award-winning landscape architects, Lloyd Bond and Associates, to create Edgewood Townehouses.

So, we live in privately owned townhouses in a private park that we collectively maintain and manage through our membership in the Edgewood Townehouse Association. Homeowners here own their own townhouses, the land underneath them, and, through voting rights, share joint ownership of the private park and all of the facilities. Owners are entitled to be creative inside of your townhouse and patio area, but the exterior of the buildings, the driveways, streets and the grounds belong to us all and are maintained to retain and preserve the natural character and design of the original plan.