Welcome to the Seven Lakes Landowners' Association website...
Please explore the features and information available to the public on this site. This site serves the community and is your resource for information about Board of Director and Committee meetings, decisions concerning the community, and community activities.
About the Community
Seven Lakes Landowners Association is a 1,545-acre, gated, golf and recreation community located in West End, North Carolina 27376. The Seven Lakes Landowners Association (SLLA) North & South consists of 1,509 lot owners, many amenities including seven recreational lakes, which are ideal for boating and swimming activities.
The SLLA is a Homeowners’ Association. The governance, business, and community activities of the Association are defined by: NC State Statutes, Property Deeds & Plats and SLLA’s Governing Documents (Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and Resolutions & Policies). All property owners within the subdivision are members of the Association and as such are subject to annual assessments. SLLA is responsible for maintaining common area infrastructure within the community. This includes front gates, roads, lakes, common area landscaping, dams, clubhouse, community pool, stables, pocket parks, mail stations, debris site and other facilities. Water, fire and police services are provided by Moore County and regional utilities. West End is an unincorporated community in Moore County, North Carolina.
A Deed Restricted Community
Thank you for choosing Seven Lakes Landowners Association (SLLA), as your home. We are pleased to welcome you to our community! As stated on your warranty deed, your property in Seven Lakes is subject to the Declarations of Restrictions, Conditions, Easements, Covenants, Agreements, Liens, and Charges for SLLA, Inc. It is your responsibility as a member of our community to make certain that your property complies with the restrictive covenants. A homeowner’s support of the Seven Lakes restrictive covenants will insure that your property maintains its value.
Before you build, buy or rent, you should be aware Seven Lakes Landowners is a Deed-Restricted Community. These covenants help to protect property values and the quality of life for residents of this community. SLLA is in charge of enforcement of the deed restrictions and has an active Architectural Design Review Committee.