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Contract - Continental Homes of Texas, LP - 6/9/2016REAL ESTATE CONTRACT STATE OF TEXAS CITY Or WILLIAMSON THIS REAL ESTATE CONTRACT ("Contract") is made by and between the City of Round Rock, Texas (the "City") and Continental Homes of Texas, L.P., a Texas limited partnership ("Continental"), upon the terms and conditions set forth in the Contract. ARTICLE I PURCHASE AND SALE 1.01 By this Contract, Continental agrees to sell and convey in lieu of condemnation, and the City agrees to pay for, the real -property described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto, being approximately 0.917 acres to be utilized by the City for the extension of Logan Drive ("ROW Property"). The ROW Property shall be conveyed by Continental to the City subject to a restrictive covenant requiring that the ROW Property be used only as public right-of-way or for other public uses (such restriction being referred to hereinafter as the "ROW Restriction"). ARTICLE II CONSIDERATION Purchase Price 2.01 The purchase price for the ROW Property shall be the sum of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX AND NO1100 DOLLARS ($127,846.00), which shall be payable by the City to Continental in cash at closing. Further Consideration 2.02 As further consideration for the Contract and the conveyance to the City of the ROW Property and Trail Easements (as hereinafter defined), the City agrees to convey to Continental the real property described in Exhibit "B", attached hereto and incorporated herein (the "Continental Propert)"). 2.03 As filrther consideration under the Contract, Continental agrees to convey to the City those certain easements (the "Trail Easements") the field notes for which are described in _Exhibits "C-111, "C-211, and "C-3", attached hereto and incorporated herein (collectively, the "Easements Tracts"). The Easements Tracts shall be utilized as part of a public trail system, and shall be granted by Continental to the City at closing, ort the form attached hereto as Exhibit "D" and incorporated herein. 2.04 The grant and conveyance of the Trail Easements and Continental Property shall occur simultaneously with the closing and conveyance of the ROW Property. City's Initials: , Co ninemal's Initials: _ REAL, ESTATE•. CONTRACT Page 1 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 J;Z,--2-C[ ARTICLE III REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF CITY AND CONTINENTAL 3.01 City and Continental hereby represent and warrant to each other as follows, which representations and warranties shall be deemed made by City and Continental to each other as of the Closing Date, to the best of the City's and Continental's knowledge, respectively: (1) There are no parties in possession of any portion of the ROW Property, Easement Tracts, or Continental Property, as lessees, tenants at sufferance, or trespassers. (2) The parties have complied with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, statutes, rules and restrictions relating to the ROW Property, Easement Tracts, and Continental Property, or any part thereof. ARTICLE IV CLOSING Closing Date 4.01 The closing shall be held at the office of DHI Title Company of Central Texas, located at 10700 Pecan Park Blvd., Suite 210, Austin, Texas 78750, Attn: Janet H. Lucas (the "Title Company") on or before the thirtieth (30'h) day after Corporate Approval of this Contract (the "Closing Date"). City's Obligations at Closing 4.02 At the closing the City shall: (1) Deliver to Continental a duly executed and acknowledged Special Warranty Deed conveying fee simple title to the Continental Property (the "Continental Property Deed"), free and clear of any and all liens, restrictions, and encumbrances, except for the following: (a) General real estate taxes for the year of closing and subsequent years not yet due and payable; (b) the Continental Permitted Exceptions (as defined below); and (c) the standard printed exceptions contained in the usual form of Texas Owner's Title Policy, provided, however (i) the boundary and survey exception shall be deleted; (ii) the exception as to restrictive covenants shall be endorsed "None of Record" or such restrictive covenants shall have been approved by Continental, and (iii) the exception as to the lien for taxes shall be limited to the year of closing and shall be endorsed "Not Yet Due and Payable". City's Initials: Coatinenlal's Initials: REAL. F.STATr CONTRACT Page 2 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 (2) Deliver to Continental a Texas Owner's Title Policy, at City's sole expense, issued by Title Company, in Continental's favor in the full amount of the Continental Property's estimated market value, insuring that fee simple title to the Continental Property is vested in Continental, subject only to those title exceptions listed in Exhibit "E" attached hereto and made a part hereof for all purposes, and such other exceptions as may be approved in writing by Continental (collectively, the "Continental Permitted Exceptions"). (3) Deliver to Continental possession of the Continental Property. (4) Pay all of the City's closing costs as hereinafter specified. Continental's Obligations at Closing 4,03 At the closing, Continental shall: (1) Deliver to the City a duly executed and acknowledged Special Warranty Deed conveying fee simple title to the ROW Property (the "ROWProperty Deed"), free and clear of any and all liens, restrictions, and encumbrances, except for the following: (a) General real estate taxes for the year of closing and subsequent years not yet due and payable; (b) the City Permitted Exceptions (as defined below); (c) the ROW Restriction; and (d) the standard printed exceptions contained in the usual form of Texas Owner's Title Policy, provided, however the boundary and survey exception shall be deleted; the exception as to restrictive covenants shall be endorsed "None of Record" or such restrictive covenants shall be approved by the City, and the exception as to the lien for taxes shall be limited to the year of closing and shall be endorsed "Not Yet Due and Payable". (2) Deliver to the City the duly executed and acknowledged Trail Easements. (3) Deliver to the City a Texas Owner's Title Policy, at the City's sole expense, issued by Title Company, in the City's favor in the full amount of the Purchase Price for the ROW Property, insuring that fce simple title to the ROW Property is vested in the City, subject only to those title exceptions listed in Exhibit "F" attached hereto and incorporated herein forall purposes, and such other exceptions as may be approved in writing by the City (collectively, the "CityPermitted Exceptions"). (4) Deliver to the City possession of the ROW Property and Trail Easements. City'slnitials: T Continental's Initials: _ Rent. ESTATE CONTRACT Page 3 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 (5) Pay all of Continental's closing costs as hereafter specified. Prorations 4.04 General real estate taxes for the then current year relating to the ROW Property shall be prorated as of the Closing Date and shall be adjusted in cash at the closing. If the closing shall occur before the tax rate is fixed for the then current year, the apportionment of taxes shall be upon the basis of the tax rate for the next preceding year applied to the latest assessed valuation. Agricultural roll -back taxes imposed against the ROW Property, if any, shall be paid by the City. The parties acknowledge and agree that there are no current taxes owed by the City with respect to the Continental Property and therefore no taxes to be prorated as of the Closing Date for such real property. Closing Costs 4.05 All costs and expenses of closing in consummating the transactions contemplated by this Contract shall be borne and paid as follows: (1) Owner's Title Policy for the ROW Property and all surveys of the ROW Property shall be paid by the City. (2) Owner's Title Policy for the Continental Property and all surveys of the Continental Property shall be paid by the City. (3) Owner's Title Policy for the easement interests in and to the Trail Easements and all surveys of the Trail Easements shall be paid by the City. (4) City shall also pay the following costs and expenses in connection with the transactions contemplated herein: (a) the City's attorney's fees; (b) the City's portion of the prorated taxes, fees and any assessments; (c) the cost of tax certificates for the Continental Property; (d) one-half (1/2) the cost of any Title Company escrow fee; (e) recording fees for the ROW Property Deed and Trail Easements; and (f) such other incidental costs and fees customarily paid by the City of Round Rock in transactions of this nature. (5) Continental shall pay the following costs and expenses in connection with the transactions contemplated herein: (a) Continental's attorney's fees; (b) Continental's portion of the prorated taxes, fees and any assessments; (c) the cost of tax certificates for the ROW Property; (d) one-half (1/2) the cost of any Title Company escrow fee; (e) recording fees for the Continental Property Deed; and (f) such other incidental costs and fees customarily paid by sellers of real property in Williamson County transactions of this nature. ARTICLE V BREACH BY PARTIES In the event that either party shall fail to fully and timely perform any of its obligations hereunder or shall fail to timely consummate the conveyance of the real property interests required to be granted and conveyed herein for any reason (other than a default by the other City's Initials: Continental's Initials: Rrnt. ESTATE CONTRACT Page 4 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homcs 15013060v.5 party), and such failure is not cured within thirty (30) days following written notice of such failure by the other party, then this Contract shall automatically terminate and the parties shall Dave no further rights, duties or obligations hereunder. Not in limitation of the foregoing, in no event shall either party be liable to the other party for (and to the extent authorized by the Constitution and laws of the State of Texas, the City and Continental each hereby waives all rights to) any speculative, consequential, or punitive damages for any breach of or default under this Contract or under any provision of this Contract. ARTICLE VI DISCLAIMERS, RELEASE, AND RELATED MATTERS As a material inducement to Continental to enter into this Contract and to sell and convey the ROW Property to City subject to the terms of this Contract and at the Purchase Price stated herein, Continental and the City agree as follows: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES. CONTINTNTAL HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY, GUARANTY, PROMISE, OR REPRESENTATION OF ANY KIND OR CHARACTER, ORAL OR WRITTEN, PAST, PRESENT OR FUTURE,, OF, AS -I'D, OR CONCERNING: (I) THE NATURE AND CONDITION OF THE ROW PROPERTY AND THE EASEMENT TRACTS, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, (A) THE WATER, SOIL AND GEOLOGY, THE SUITABILITY TIIEREOF AND/QR OF THE ROW PROPERTY AND EASEMENT TRACTS FOR ANY AND ALL ACTIVITIES AND USES WHICH THE CITY MAY ELECT TO CONDUCT, (B) THE MANNER OR QUALITY OF THE CONSTRUCTION OR MATERIALS, IF ANY, INCORPORATED INTO THE ROW PROPERTY, THE EASEMENT TRACTS, AND/OR THE MANNER, QUALITY, STATE OF REPAIR OR LACK 01, REPAIR OF THE ROW PROPERTY, EASEMENT TRACTS, OR ANY IMPROVEMENTS THEREON OR RELATED THERETO (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION OFFSITE IMPROVEMENTS), AND (C) THE EXISTENCE, OF ANY ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS OR CONDITIONS (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE PRESENCE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES OR 1-1AZARDOUS MATERIALS OF ANY TYPE AND/OR ABOVE Olt BELOW GROUND STORAGE TANKS, AND/OR PIPELINES) AT, ON, UNDER, OR NEAR THE ROW PROPERTY OR THE EASEMENT TRACTS, OR COMPLIANCE OF THE FOREGOING WITH ANY APPLICABLE ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS OR OTHER APPLICABLE LAWS OF ANY KIND; (II) THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF ANY RIGHT-OF-WAY, LEASE, POSSESSION, LIEN, ENCUMBRANCE, LICENSE, RESERVATION, OR OTHER CONDITION CONCERNING THE ROW PROPERTY OR THE EASEMENT TRACTS; (III) THE VALUE OF THE ROW PROPERTY AND EASEMENT TRACTS, AND/OR THE INCOME OR PROFITS WIRCH MAY Olt MAY NOT BE DERIVED THEREFROM; (IV) THE EXISTENCE, APPLICABILITY, AVAILABILITY, VALIDITY, OR ENFORCEABILITY OF ANY ENTITLEMENTS OR DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS RELATED TO OR APPURTENANT TO THE ROW PROPERTY AND EASEMEN•r TRACTS, AND (V) THE COMPLIANCE OF THE ROW PROPERTY AND EASEMENT TRACTS WITH ANY LAWS, ORDINANCES OR REGULATIONS OF ANY GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY OR AGENCY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND/OR ANY LAND USE LAWS OR THE COMPLIANCE OF THE ROW PROPERTY OR THE EASEMENT TRACTS WITH ANY DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS, COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, OR RL'STRICTIONS, OR ANY OTHER AGREEMENTS OR ARRANGEMENTS RELATED TO THE DEVI;LOPMEN•I', USE, OR OPERATION OF TI•E ROW PROPERTY OR EASEMENT TRACTS. THE SALE AND CONVEYANCE OF THE ROW PROPERTY AND THE GRANT OF THE TRAIL EASEMENTS ARE MADE ON AN "AS IS", "WHERE IS" AND "WITH ALL TAuim" BASIS, AND THE CITY EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT CONTINENTAL MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY OF CONDITION, TITLE (OTHER THAN THE SPECIAL WARRANTY OF TITLE WITH RESPECT TO THE ROW PROPERTY AND EASEMENT TRACTS), HABITABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THE ROW PROPERTY, EASEMENT TRACTS, OR ANY P010'ION ITIEREOF. THIS DISCLAIMER SHALL BE INCLUDED IN City's Initials: Continental's Initials: REAL FSTATE CONmACT Page 5 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 THE ROW PROPER'L'Y DEED AND TRAIL EASEMENTS FROM CONTINL'NT'AL TO THE CITY. THE CITY FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ARTICLE VI WERE A MATERIAL FACTOR IN THE DETER 41NATION OF THE PURCHASE PRICE TO BE PAID BY THE CITY TO CONTINENTAL FOR THE ROW PROPERTY. ARTICLE VII MISCELLANEOUS Notice 7.01 Any notice required or permitted to be delivered hereunder shall be deemed received when sent by United States mail, postage prepaid, certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to City or Continental, as the case may be, at the addresses set forth below: If to the City: City of Round Rock Attn: Brad Wiseman 301 W. Bagdad, Suite 210 Round Rock, Texas 78664 Phone: 512.341.3321 E-mail: bwiseman@roundrocktexas.gov With a copy to: Charlie Crossfield, Esq. Sheets & Crossfield, P.0 309 E. Main Street Round Rock, TX 78644 Phone: 512.255.8877 Fax: 512.255.8986 E-mail: charlie@scrrlaw.com If to Continental; Continental Homes of Texas, L.P. Attn: Mr. Richard N. Maier 10700 Pecan Park Blvd., Suite 400 Austin, Texas 78750 Phone: 512.533.1425 Fax: 512.533.1429 E-mail: rnmaier@drhorton.com With copies to: D.R. Horton, Inc. Attn: James C. Ilkenhans, Esq. 4306 Miller Road Rowlett, Texas 75088 Fax: 800.276.4288 City's Initials! Continental's Inilials: MAI. ESTATE CONTRACT Page 6 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 Timothy C. Taylor, Esq. Jackson Walker L.L.P. 100 Congress Avenue, Suite 1100 Austin, Texas 78701-4042 Phone: 512.236.2390 Fax: 512.391.2150 E-mail: ttaylor@jw.com Texas Law to Apply 7.02 This Contract shall be construed under and in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, and all obligations of the parties created hereunder are performable in Williamson City, Texas. Parties Bound 7.03 This Contract shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives, successors and assigns where permitted by this Contract. Legal Construction 7.04 In case any one or more of the provisions contained in this Contract shall for any reason be held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, this invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability shall not affect any other provision hereof, and this Contract shall be construed as if the invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provision had never been contained herein. Prior Agreements Superseded 7.05 This Contract constitutes the sole and only agreement of the parties and supersedes any prior understandings or written or oral agreements between the parties respecting the within subject matter. Time of Essence 7.06 Time is of the essence in this Contract. Gender 7.07 Words of any gender used in this Contract shall be held and construed to include any other gender, and words in the singular number shall be held to include the plural, and vice versa, unless the context requires otherwise. Compliance 7.08 In accordance with the requirements of Section 20 of the Texas Real Estate License Act, Continental is hereby advised that it should be filrnished with or obtains a policy of title City's Initials: Continental's Initials: REAL. ESTATE CwmAcr Page 7 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 insurance or Continental should have the abstract covering the Property examined by an attorney of Continental's own selection. Effective Date 7.09 This Contract shall be effective as of the later of (i) the date it is approved by the Round Rock City Council, which date is indicated beneath the Mayor's signature below, or (ii) the date of Corporate Approval (as hereinafter defined). Counterparts and Electronic Execution 7.10 This Contract may be executed in any number of counterpails, which may together constitute the Contract. Signatures transmitted by facsimile may be considered effective as originals for purposes of this Contract. Except as otherwise expressly set forth in this Section 7.10 with respect to execution by an Authorized Officer, (1) Continental does not assent or agree to and will not be bound by any electronic signature or other electronic record, and without limiting the foregoing, (2) Continental and the City agree that the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, any version of the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, including without limitation Chapter 322 of the Texas Business and Commerce Code, and any other laws applicable to contracting electronically do not and shall not apply to the execution of this Contract or any amendment hereto. The parties acknowledge and agree that execution of this Contract or any amendment to this Contract by an Authorized Officer for the purpose of Corporate Approval may be accomplished by electronic signature utilizing DocuSign or any similar technology. Amendment 7.11 This Contract may only be amended, modified, or changed by a traditional written document properly executed by the City and Continental (including Continental's Corporate Approval). Such amendment may be transmitted by e-mail, facsimile, or other method permitted by the provisions for giving notice in this Contract. Corporate Approval 7.12 NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING CONTAINED HEREIN TO THE CONTRARY, NEITHER THIS CONTRACT NOR ANY AMENDMENT HERETO SHALL BE A VALID AND ENFORCEABLE OBLIGATION OF CON'T'INEN'T'AL UNLESS THE CONTRACT OR AMF.NDMENT IS EXECUTED BY EITHFR ONE OF DONALD R. NORTON, DAVID V. AULD, BILL W. WHEAT, OR MICHAEL J. MURRAY, EACH OFFICERS OF CONTINENT'AL'S GENERAL PARTNER (THE "AUTHOR.IZF,D OFMCFRS"), WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF THE EXECUTION OF THIS CONTRACT OR AMENDMENT BY CONTINENTAL AND THE CITY'S REPRF,SF..N'I'ATrVES. Such execution and approval by an Authorized Officer is referred to as "Corporate Approval". [Signature pages follow] City's Initials: Comucenlal's Inilials: RLALESTATE CONTRACT Page 8 of 10 City of Round Rock — Continental Homes 15013060v.5 Attest: &nvL,. Sara White, City Clerk Com: CITY OF ROUND ROCK, TEXAS By: ; Alan McGraw, Mayor Date:- c�R'— , , 2016 Continental: CONTINENTAL HOMES OF TEXAS, L.P. (a Texas limited partnership) By: CHTEX of Texas, Inc. (a Delaware corporation) Its General Partner By: --- J. Mark Fe1'guson, ision President By: R chard Maier, Vice President Date: WAq 11 3-0 2016 [Signatures continue on following page] City's Initials: _ Continental's lidtials:....... ..._ REAL ESTATE CoNI'RACT Page 9 of 10 City of Round Rock— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 Executed by the undersigned Authorized Officer of Continental on the date set forth below pursuant to Section 7.12 of the Contract. CORPORATE APPROVAL: Continental Homes of Texas, L.P. (a Texas limited partnership) By: CHTEX of Texas, Inc. (a Delaware corporation) AV General Pai tr�cr By: Da Name: Title: President and CEO Date: City's Initials: Continental's Initials: REAI. FSTATE CUNIRACT Page 10 of 10 City of Roulid Rack— Continental Homes 15013060v.5 EXHIBIT "A" ROW PROPERTY Being 0.917 of an acre tract of land, more or less, situated in the P.A. Holder Survey, Abstract No. 297, Williamson County, Texas, and being a portion of Lot 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village, Phase Eight, a subdivision in Williamson County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Cabinet Z, Slides 313-317, of the Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas, as more particularly described as follows: 1=4i: l,IP7 ''tJ OFA,1.0 I? .d,GRr i*.XA,<.lr,:! .;0I,Ir1RC fC•77 • Tf2'..C'r Gi• 1.At•ITJ 51TUATrzo IN l 'n-ir_A. HUUJEl< -dirt\'L'Y: At7 T+'ilt>rT NO, ,T`•J,'. 1hf'r�ilL..Irx1.1;iC1iJ':JC.)tJ'! 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'FBrIFI THAT 11`IS F?Ai 1y TFIUC 4NI ili (T,IE ''1a';nE?,T IT lr� 1141170s, R66 UC iEIPIINW bf i.t'r y + 1*Thit. •0 l • } h JIfiSY FI.D_ Uti C'IL LrttrJNj vir-ER S41i.prt 1412:4.. % L OyF�:. y; ii -y V r, 3• 1 t •I v t , 3� I, r� vrilC r.lFvcrnr do. .a:to r, '-H rls+a.nEt.�Iu�. LsSIP'1s_fctiO ASF. ter' Sh.hilUGCUUCM% LR— iikd FEC-Isro4riU4 t.0. IoQ54I•,•� sCdLI`/.tn,CM1 ' J 1504 I:HISIID03 iR401. R')h'J. S'.•II i :YJI13 UOVR. " TY. 3U), p'txy Isin -lfFx 1! F' I N1 1_ h N 0, 917 ACRE I (39, 952 50. GT,) TRACT OF LAND lroo rlcs CONT i NENTA1_ IlOtAES OF TEXAS, L.P. . ruL• 1 t,I;iiv �y SOL 1; hCll ,.' 00' ..................._ ..._... - - -.....-.........1....�..........r 15013060v.5 Exhibit A Page 3 EXHIBIT `tB" CONTINENTAL PROPERTY Being 1.119 acres of land out of the P.A. Holder Survey No. 9, Abstract No. 297, in Williamson County, Texas, and being a portion of a 13.98 acre tract of land conveyed to the City of Round Rock by instrument recorded in Document No. 2010009903 of the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas, as more particularly described as follows: Page 1 of 4 LandSurveyors, Inc. 8333 C-r"s tPark()rive Austin, ?e.Vs 787S4 V " . Offrce, 512.374.9722 9?,rgirtered1Fir7rt #10015100 METES AND BOUNDS DESCRIPTION BEING 1.119 ACRES OF LAND OUT OF THE P.A. HOLDER SURVEY NO. 9, ABSTRACT NO. 297 IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING A PORTION OF A 13.98 ACRE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK BY INSTRUMENT OF RECORD IN DOCUMENT NUMBER 2010009903 OFTHE OFFICIAI"PUBLIC RECORDS OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED 13Y METFS AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING at a 1/2" rebar found with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE, Inc." fi)r the southwest corner of Lot 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight, a subdivision of record in Cabinet Z, Slides 313-317 of the Plat Records of Williamson County, 'rcxns and Document Number 2004097717 of the, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas; same being the northwest corner of Lot 'l, Block Q, of the Amending Plat of Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight; a subdivision of record in Cabinet AA, Slides 74-75 of the Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas and Document Number 2005022256 of the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas and being in the easterly line of said 13.98 acre tract, from which a 1/2" rebar found with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE, Inc." for an angle point in the west line of said Lot 1, Block Q, Amending Plat of Turtle Creek Village Phase, Eight, and the easterly line ofthe 13.98 acre tract, bears South 16"32'50" West a dislunce of 58.52 feet (record: South 16"32'50" West a dlstanec of 58.52 feet) ; THENCE crossing through the 13.98 acre trust the following four (4) courses: 1. North 86158'32" West (record: North 86'58'32" West), along a prolongation of the south line of Lot 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight and the, north line of Lot 1, Block Q, Amending Plat of Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight, a distance of 13.68 feet to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE, Inc"; 2. North 03101'28" East a distance of 34'9.38 feet to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASE.I.1NE, Inc." for a point of curvature; 3. along a tangential curve to thu right, having a radius of 187.00 feet, a length of 187.56 feet, a della angle of 57"28'07" and a chord which bears North 31"45'31 East a distance of 179.80 feet to it 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE, Inc." at the southwest corner or the nres designated for the proposed right-ot'-way of Logan Drive in The Rtplat of the Amending PJal of Turtic Creek Village Phase Eight; a proposed subdivision; 4. along the south line of the area designated for said proposed right-of-way of Logan Drive, bciug a non-tangential curve to the tuft, having a radius of 574.00 feet, a length of 123.68 Feet, a delta angle of 12'20'44" and a chord which bears South 71"14'32" East a distance of 123.44 feet to a 1/2' rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE, Inc.", in the cast line of the 13.98 acre tract and being in the west line of Lot 4, Block O, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight; 15013060x.5 Exhibit B Page I Page 2 of 4 TNENCE along the cast line of the 13.98 acre tract and the west line of L« t 4, Block Q, l'urtle Creek Village Phase Eight the following eight (8) courses: 1. South 19059'51" West (record: South 19159'51" West) a distance of 0.38 feet to u 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELM Inc.", 2. South 31°3128" West a distance of 160.59 feet (record; South 3131'28" West a distance of 160.59 feel) to a I/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE Inc.'; 3. South 33°42'39" West a distance of 21.23 feet (record: South 33°42'39" West a distance of 21.23 feet) to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASEI,INE Inc."; 4. South 17°34'24" West a distance of 121.98 feet (record: South 17°34`24" West a distance of 12t.98 feet) to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE Inc.'; 5. South 05°36'50" West a distance of 71.99 feet (record: South 05°36'50" West a distance of 71.99 feet) to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE Inc.' ; 6. South 24138'26" West a distance of 27.76 feet (record: South 24°38'26" West a distance of 27.76 feet) to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASELINE Inc.'; 7. South 36°49' 17" West a distance of 101.86 feet (record: South 36'49'17" West a distance of 101.86 feet) to a 1/2" rebar set with plastic cap, stamped "BASEME Inc."; 8. South 16°32'50" West a distance of 13,76 feet (record: South 16°32'50" West a distance of 13.76 feet) to the POINT OF BEGINNING; This parcel contains 1.119 acres of land, more or less, out of P.A. Holder Survey No. 9, Abstract No. 297 in Williamson Counly, Texas. Bearing Basis: 'Texas Stale Plane Coordinates, Central Zone, NAD 83, using a surface adjustment factor of 1,00012, -- ��,� Ronnie Wallace alp Registered Professional Land Surveyor Stale of Texas No. 5222 Attachments: Survey Drawing— S:1ProjectsWurtlo CrcckThase 8 2015Dwg1 Channel Easement Vacate South.dwg File: S-Troject`Turtle Creek\Phuse 8 2015\docs\fieldnotcs\Channel Easement Vacate fn.doc 150130600 Exhibit B Page 2 TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE FOUR, SECTION B DOC, N0, 2012003590 It Qi?p4 O• $ciA it 1 119 AC�'� N SCALE IN FEET 100 50 0 100 / SCALE: 1" — 100' (PROPDSED) L LOT 1 (PROPOSED) L2 LOT 2 L WEST BOUNDARY LINE LOT 4, BLOCK Q TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT CAB. Z, SL. 313-317 P.R.W.C.T. DOC. NO. 2004097717 O.P.R.W.CJ42�-_ THE REPLAT OF THE AMENDING PLAT OF TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT (PROPOSED) TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT CAB. Z, SL. 313-317 P.R.W.C.T. DOC. NO. 2004097717 O.P.R.W.C.T. LOT 4 BLOCK Q ' •.536'49' 17'14 �OtgY/' e� V` 4F 1o1.a6' (S( of ae W) a�a3liL —"0�'�s5 Wu P-1 S.W.V"I•' -Data: 07/22f1a RLW M 1 t t BEGINNING LOT 1. BLOCK Q t 1 t 2 tat AMENDING PLAT OF TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT 1 00 S05'36'50"W x M 71.99' (SO5'36'50'W) (71.99') N SCALE IN FEET 100 50 0 100 / SCALE: 1" — 100' (PROPDSED) L LOT 1 (PROPOSED) L2 LOT 2 L WEST BOUNDARY LINE LOT 4, BLOCK Q TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT CAB. Z, SL. 313-317 P.R.W.C.T. DOC. NO. 2004097717 O.P.R.W.CJ42�-_ THE REPLAT OF THE AMENDING PLAT OF TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT (PROPOSED) TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT CAB. Z, SL. 313-317 P.R.W.C.T. DOC. NO. 2004097717 O.P.R.W.C.T. LOT 4 BLOCK Q ' •.536'49' 17'14 �OtgY/' .-• �So� 1o1.a6' (S( of ae W) a�a3liL —"0�'�s5 Wu P-1 S.W.V"I•' -Data: 07/22f1a RLW ,POINT OF 1 t t BEGINNING LOT 1. BLOCK Q t 1 t 2 AMENDING PLAT OF TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT 1 CAB. AA, SL. 74-75 P.R.W.C.T. DOC. NO. 2005022256 O.P.R.W.C.T. t SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY DESCRIPTION OF 1.119 ACRES OF LAND IN THE P.A. HOLDER SURVEY NO. 9, ABSTRACT NO. 297, IN W17JJANSON COUNTY; TEXAS, AND BEING A PORTION OF A 13.98 ACRE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK BY INSTRUMENT OF RECORD IN DOC. NO. 2010009903 OF THE OFFICIAL PUDLIC RECORDS OF W1111AMSON COUNTY, TEXAS.!W'—i. BASELINE LAND SURVEYORS, INC. PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYING SERVICES 8333 CROSS PARK DRIA, AUSM, TEXAS 79754 RECISTSED FIRM POO15100 OFFICE: 512.3749722 tan -DQE tllne6ouslPo rc.aam re< A�.a, o.x\1w.e:ma Aoa ��nexm,aww SHEET 03 of 04 Wu P-1 S.W.V"I•' -Data: 07/22f1a RLW 15013060v.5 Exhibit B Page 3 LEGEND ® 1/2" REBAR FOUND WITH PLASTIC CAP: "BASEUNE INC." 0 1/2" REBAR SET WMi PLASTIC CAP: "BASELINE INC.' R.O.W. RIGHT—OF—WAY ( ) RECORD INFORMATION (DOC. NO. 2004097717—O.P.R.W.C.T.) ( J RECORD INFORMATION (DOC. NO. 2005022256—O.P.R,W,C,T.) O.P.R.W.C.T. OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS P.R.W.C.T. PLAT RECORDS OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS BASIS OF BEARINGS: TEXAS STATE PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEM, CENTRAL ZONE, NAD 63\CORS 96 CURVE TABLE TABLE I LENGTH DELTA BEARINGCHORD LINE _LINE BEARING LENGTH L1 8 8'3 w 1 . N 2"R 13.68' L2 9'59' `W .38' L7. SIW59'51w L3 S3N42'39 21.2:3! 1.3 S3N42'3 w 21,2,V L4 ' 6 L4 S24' 1014 27.76' L5 S1 3 ' Ow 13.76' sl6'32'5 w 76' CURVE TABLE CURVE RADIUS I LENGTH DELTA BEARINGCHORD 187.56' 5T 'O7' N31.45'3t`E 17Q.80' Q2 574,00' 123.68' 1r2n'44' S7ria'3,2,"F 123.44' SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY DESCRIPTION OF 1.119 BASELINE LAND SURVEYORS, INC, ACRES OF LAND IN THE P.A. HOLDER SURVEY PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYING SERVICES N0. 9, ABSTRACT NO. 297, IN WILUAMSON COUNTY, 833.1 CROSS PARK ORIF£ AUSRH. TEXAS 78751 TEXAS, AND BEING A PORTION OF A 13.98 ACRE REGISTERED FIRM 110015100 TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO THE CITY OF °M�' 612.J74.0722 ran-DaselinetbwfN.rr, corn ROUND ROCK BY INSTRUMENT OF RECORD IN DOC. ».etaaw.sla.wa" we.azxw+$, NO. 2010009903 OF THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC ADNw s way _ SHEET RECORDS OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. ��� Hn.JJ{{�1'�im' �s�ae r're. 04 of 04 M r Ml.1 In- a. ACA' 15013060v.5 Exhibit B Page 4 EXHIBIT "C-1rr TRAIL EASEMENTS Being 0.3780 of an acre tract of land, more or less, situated in the P.A. IIOLDER SURVEY No. 9, ABmAcr No. 297, Williamson County, Texas, and being a portion of a 13.98 acre tract of land conveyed to the City of Round Rock, Texas, by deed recorded in Document No. 2010009903, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas, as more particularly described as follows: n- u }: Page 1 of 3 LandSurfeyors, Inc. 8333 Cross fYarkOlive lr• -Austim Tivols 78754 0f9rcc:512.374.9722 tRegisterrdTirin #10015100 METES AND BOUNDS DESCRIPTION BEINO 0.3780 OF ONE ACRE OF LAND OUT OF THE P.A. HOLDER SURVEY NO. 9. ABSTRACT NO. 297 IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING A PORTION OF A 1398 ACRE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO THE CITY OF R013ND ROCK BY INSTRUMENT OF RECORD IN DOCUMENT NUMBER 2010009903 OF THE OFF1CL L. PUBLIC RECORDS OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING at a 1/2" rebar found with plastic cap which reads "BASELINE, Inc." for the southwest corner of Lot 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight, a subdivision of record in Cabinet 7, Slldes 313-317 of the Plat Record; of Williamson County, Texas and Document Number 2004097717 of the Official Public Records of Williarnson County, Texas; same being the northwest comer of Lou 2, Block O, of the Amending Plat of Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight, a subdivision of record in Document Number 2005022256 of the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas and being in the easterly line of said 13.98 acre tract, from which a 1/2" rebar found with plastic cap which reads "BASELINE, Inc." for an angle point in the west line ofsaid Lot 2, Block Q, Amending Plat of Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight, and the easterly line of the 13.98 acre tract, bears South 16'32'50" West a distance of 58.52 feel (record: South 16°32'50" West a distance of 58.52 feet); THENCE crossing through the 13.98 acre tract the following nine (9) courses: 1. North 86'58'32" West (record: North 86"58'32" Wesl), along a prolongation of the south line of Lot 4, Block Q. Tuttle Creek Village Phase Eight and ilia north line of Lou 2, Block Q, Amending Plat of Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight, it distance of 13,68 feet to a calculated point; 2. North 03'01'28" East n distance of 349.38 feet to a calculated point for a point of curvature; 3, along it tangential curve to the right, having a radius of 187.00 feet, a length of 187.56 feet, a delta angle of 57"28'07" and a chord which twain North 31'45'31 Eaal a distance or 179.80 feel to a calculated point at the southwest corner of the arca dcsignatcd as right-of-way for Logan Drive, a proposud right-of-wny; 4. along the south line of said arca dcsignatcd as right-of-way for Logan Drive, a pruposcd right-of-way, being a non-tangential curve to the left, having a radius of 574100 feel, a length of 40.04 feet, a delta angle of 03'59'47" and a chord, which bears South 67°04'04" Cast a distance of 40.03 fuel to a calculated point; S. South 66143'42" West a distance of 7.719 feet to a calculated point for a point of curvature; 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-1 Page 1 Page 2 or 3 6. Along; a tangential curve to the left, having a radius of 157.00 feet, a length of 174.56 feet, a delta angle of 63'42'15" and a chord, which bears South 34152'35" West a distance of 165.71 feet to a calculated point for a point of tangency; 7. South 03°01'28" West a distance of 11.95 feet to a calculated point for a point of curvature; 8. Along a non-tangential curve to the right, having a radius of 135.23 feet, a length of 109.46 feet, a delta angle of 46°22'39" and a chord, which bears South 0301'28" West a distance of 106.50 feet to a calculated point for a point of tangency; 9. South 03101'28" West a distance of 197.97 feet to a calculated point in the east line of the 13.98 acre tract , being the west line of said I of 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight and; from which a 1/2" rebar found with plastic cap, which reads "BASELINE, INC." for an angle point in the west line of Lot 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight and the east line of the 13.98 acre tract bears North 3649'17" Bast (record: North 36°49'17" East) a distance of 78.30 feet; THENCE along the west line of Lot 4, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village Phase Eight and the east line of the 13.98 acre tract the following two (2) courses: 1. South 36'49'17" West feet (record: South 36'49'17" West), a distance of 23.55 feet to a 1/2" rebar found with plastic cap, which reads "BASEUM.'i INC.'; 2. South 16°32'50" West (record: South 16032'50" West) a distance of 13.76 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; This parcel contains 0.3780 of one acre of land, more or less, out of P.A. Halder Survey No. 9, Abstract No. 297 in Williamson County, Texas. Bearing Basis: Texas State Plane Coordinates, Central Zone, NAD 83, using n surface adjustment factor of 1.000.12. Ronnie Wallace Date Registered Professional Land Surveyor State of Texas No. 5222 Attachments: Survey Drawing — SAProjccts\Turtle Creek\I'h 8 015\Dwg\ 30' Trail Esnit South REVISED 0316.dwg File: S:\Projeeffurtle Creck\Ph 8 2015\docs\fieldno1e�\30' Trail Esmt South REVISED 0316 fn.doc 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-1 Page 2 TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE �! CRY OF ROUND ROCK PHASE FOUR, i' 13.98 ACRES DOC. N0. 2010009903 SECTION B O.P.R.W.C.L DOC, NO. 2012003590 f O.P.R.W.C.T. / LOT 8 BLOCK 0// /1,0.3780 AC o i lr; t f ti o tea° o°G°~ L nom'• Op o L' (Lt LOT t,U.a1 OCAN DRIVE i. }f �'• {oahwua) Ot"r-iFp'- J / (PROPOSED) TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT CAB. Z, SL. 313-317 P.R.W.C.T. DOC, NO. 2004097717 O.P.R.W.C.T. WEST BOUNDARY UNE LOT 4, BLOCK Q ,1VRTLE CREEK VILLAGE — ` PHASE EIGHT CAB. Z, SL. 313-317 P.R.W.C.T. DOC. NO. 2004097717 O.P.R.W.C.T. LEGEND LOT 2 SCALE IN FEET IDD 50 0 100 1 "= l00' THE REPLAT OF THE AMENDING PLAT OF TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT (PROPOSED) CALCULATED POINT 1/2" REBAR FOUND W/PLASTIC CAP: 'BASELINE INC," O.P.R.W.C.T, OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF VALLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS P.R.W.C.T. PLAT RECORDS OF WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS { ] RECORD INFORMATION -DOC. NO. 2005022256 (O.P.R.W.C.T.) ( ) RECORD INFORMATION -DOC. NO. 2010009903 (O.P.R.W.C.T.) BEARING BASIS: TEXAS STATE PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEIA. CENTRAL ZONE, NAD 83; SURFACE ADJUSTMENT FACTOR: 1.00012 s� LOT 1 BLOCK Q I 14.08 ACRES SCHOOL TRACT AMENDING PLAT OF TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE PHASE EIGHT DOC. NO. 2005022256 O.P.R.W.C.T. SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY FIELD NOTES LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE LINE BEARING LENGTH L1 L7 N86'58'32"W N86'513'32'W 13.66' L2 S6R'43'42"W T. 9' L3 3'01'2 "W 11,95' L4 6'44'17'W L,155' (1 4) N36'49'17 -E 3'59'47" L5 I 516-32-50-V,13.76' C3 n �� S1 • 'SD�w 63'42'15" SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY FIELD NOTES BASELINE LAND SURVEYORS, INC. CURVE TABLE PROFESSDNAL L1ND SURVEYING SERVICES HOLDER SURVEY NUMBER 0, ABSTRACT NUMBER 297 IN CURVE RADIUS LENGTH DELTAI BEARING I CHORD C1 187,00' 187.56' -57:9J'2?-- N31.45'31 "E 179,00' C2 74,00' 40,04' 3'59'47" S6T04'04'E 40.03' C3 157.00' 174.56' 63'42'15" S34'52' S"W 185.71' . C4 13.52S 109.46• 4R' 2'.9" 503.01'28"W 1nfi,5D' SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY FIELD NOTES BASELINE LAND SURVEYORS, INC. OF 0.3700 OF ONE ACRE OF LAND OUT OF'THE P.A. PROFESSDNAL L1ND SURVEYING SERVICES HOLDER SURVEY NUMBER 0, ABSTRACT NUMBER 297 IN eau WOSS PARK DMVV ADSnN, TEXAS 79734 IfILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS AND BEING:- A PORTION OF REaSTERmn u/1oomoo A 13.08 ACRE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO OFF1W.- 512.374.97?2 THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK BY INSTRUMENT OF ion-eosalMvaouslln.rr.com RECORD IN DOCUMENT NUMBER 2010008003 Mb SHEET OF THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS sod i �� 3 of 3 OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS re �uzp rn.aw By., onu 1c .n or,, luw m 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-1 Page 3 EXHIBIT 11C-2" TRAIL EASEMENTS (CONTINUED) Being 0.4395 of an acre tract of laud, more or less, situated in the P.A. HOLDER SURVEY No. 9, ABSTRACT No. 297, Williamson County, Texas, and being a portion of Lot 4, Block Q, TURTLE CREEK VILLAGE, PHASE EIGHT, a subdivision in Williamson County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Cabinet Z, Slides 313-317, of the Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas, as more particularly described as follows: el -1 IZS A7\1D ]3ntt1iD5 UL'SC �IP'F1Cid l?E'1T•It:i D, -W5 OI' ONE, AC -1'.T osl' LQD C:C71 FIOUBLED ASA 30.0-I'00T i§D11 SMTP 01f1" OF 7141; P -A. HOLDER FEJR r.Ts`r.' NC,. 9, 081 --MCT T410- 297 -nq-AvIIX.IAmSON C O(NT4; "T:1iY,A t,; M-43 A1.'r)I21:iC::j3 ('.1' L-ur ", DLi.1C:K Q, 7UIa7..L'.fyt�:FIG VILLAQU I'IiAZ 17C.iI9T, A iUVDf-v.'1$XfM OF RCCOJU) 114 <'.AIIIN13T /; :;1.1f31=� :11.1-317 Ur 77913'. 1'1,A't' RECORID1 GP WILL.IAMSCIN COUN'T'Y, Ti/,.S AWD D017 1 AJI lT Ni MORM 20M0970717 OP 'ITIE C!t'F10AL 11OBT1C. I?1 CORDS ol: th'1L1-IAlvISi't,l COUNTY, '17-.X,45 AND1' T3TNG i.IC}RG FART1C ULA P% Y F)I SC [U131,.1:s BY PA011- AND 130IR-IDS AS PO-i'LO'NS: f3l" Itti`XWL tt a Iii" rctea. found witl, p ostia rap, which rouds "Li AIS—E-L[1412, ft:T all anti;• pniltt iti the& nwil lin, nf!:91f3 l.a? •i, ylh7ek t„ Tttrtic Crock `e'illago T'hnk4 J?�QkUt an# 11608, 51 (Hs ar�;tlb (iuu yr a I.f!),; Acre 11 -ad of htntl 03-hvcvcrl ba th:. t.;ity of Round t y ii:sitarnmt of rmuord t� DD:uA et 11(1+umber 7d)11)[)OPK111 kffi o 0MC.ial )'Mia i?ncc tics � fWilltarnsvn T[WI'+lCE &I(mg the ctailh lir,, ;30,W.4, •'1, B1i?* Q, TaT1lc. Crcrk said ranch iur_- ��C tha i 3 9& s�crc izos:d the. ie;l]vwzug Uucc. (3) crruars: 1. 7�ub 66143'12" Pest 2 dislnaoc of :7.M feN {record: IKD7tl1 F6043'42" lass: a dastanca,f 27.0116 f(,01) to it V2" f'et'al Alkin l Nei$ ply, l c; LAp, wlrtch ren(le "BAS ,11.4q, Inc." fpr• x ppint, 'If Carvattim; 2. Alont s nott•triuguldni =Vo to Lhc J. -ft, Staving amdius-W.363.0011•ct (irk ud::iD3AU ib" t), nlaaltltof`iC13..i1tcr:t(rtur;l: 10;.3{rct),r.�chanttclaoflb°`i�'3i"'(rccut�: jti°�G'31") n:u1 A Fl%o7d, :vlash Iikate yy:9h ttt°t.5'xJ" ktr�t rt cfiatnncG i,:' tOti.9S ft c7 {teo:�ttl: hlexh 58`35'23" Enst a dist mo cel' 106.95' icrt.) to n li?"rcbnrlbuad whit }itnsdo e-ap, whieh reads "BASEL -114B, Inc." fbr n point of tari,crcy; 3. twotth 49'41"t t" 1'a,;[: (mpcord: Ito71h 709 f :+'l 1" lahtl n disiotwc. of 26)).=3 [crl to U t,alrvisl'—d Point; '11-104"1 CIL'iF!Nl�tl (lira?lS,t;lt L:ul 4, T ng -'r, i}, "119r,'lk t:feck vilinl;a Plc`=!}' Fijklt, 04+ - fi:llrtving iwn (2) 1}'fl75tL:: I. Alotih rt Hots-t�uhcnti +i c!drvo It. tl;e• .plt•., haveitg tndiu3 of'30.3i} 1cc(, a IcnFih �:` 125.£3 Jbl,% e dehn Zt:$10 01•89'1tS'59"and a. 010RI, Wilii;:i i rur Siii,7h 5+�'Ii7'.5I I?as(u. i1r:5tUn!x.: J 113,3* fast 1j' A cttlstiawd ltnittt fo) a lin-iot pf tsillfq., 2. S:rmh 16'3FY4i" 11�9t ai disltanc; 05.94.,') fits; to a cRlcidai«1 Ie•inl in (Itis a,gl Iia! cl' 1,4:t 4 stioc6: 1?, 'fort`s Cae��k `,ri[Ic1}; F'hinii ria�iu .n,:3 ltt:ifle in. tlra t1'e.r.l In;e nt A,.VJ. !it utcsIi;,;ticsnrdfl20'XO-lei.); 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-2 Page 1 F'tap 21,{`4 TIUNC:11.9volli WWW' Ens(Ocuxif; Swill, 11`41'26" Esz<), along the cal lIM of1.c:( 4, :Mack Q, Turtle Ciel: Vlllap, Plim. EigV end Ssid pInM( ine of AN. ClriarMs 80u1r--curd n di'mili' i d36.34 pest to a cnic:llnud POW; 111) ,�1�<.Cs crossing thr ijp Lett 4, Murk p, "futile Ct'D& Villapo Phxx l:iglit, ittuuli a fate dial nti,s apptttxi+nu(Cly 7.,O11!r..t( suhlls e7d wwsl af(nsnlrasrJrcd p<:rlswitlictilnity},1atd i,ni�licl t+idt tB: ri:rdtlt antl \iY.R1 tK1� f. G7 COtlt'.CC1G iilF tilt Gd:IStin�ail:i;t� tint( il:�` fo[{in+4r,r; fi vo (5� cnu,i,u.: 1, Soutf<'iii°1 B'34" 1(rest n dlslar>timtr13.2t tmt t'+� r=calca,latPL] y[an1 i'orh (iaitt(.r�#'t:urotttuiti� 2. . lotlfi a uon•tnliAc,rtial cusve to life light, lwvitgt;I i.ulitra of N- V. foci, 11 h;:lgtlt uf'30}0 feet, a dcltn angle of A'54'59" and n chant, wltGr,.h bfltlta NO1111 64,48'.19" Wvg] a 41.4 rim Of 28.54 .ell in a ka3t'-+llntscd.puinl Perri voini nftwigency; 3. Nwih2,111391511" 1Vcut n dislanca of 1724 frit to a calculated point; 4, Mutt 1690'45" VA -41a distance of X.07 Pet to a CHIMIa1tt.'S1 popd fos a li:,int of UJI atnle ., 5, tllung u nail-tangmtIlal Cm1mto El-- lcii, having rad€tri of 50.341 let+(, .t 10n,8111 of 7_t.04 feel, a Halla auglc of 83"OS%t'3" GJitl a cliwd, NVIiJCiI 51`: 4,31" wot e (NA -1 nra or 66,76 Rax to r c.•alcul ftt:d:p;lint; 'i7I1iN(!? coli(bum 11mig)t Lot 4,131ock Q, TutilC Creek trilla$C Mom, SAIu1mir,, it lire 30V)f4ct ;ooulti (or(tfs tni}nsumt find pmIlk<d 1+.-ith Litt rwrth 1hm- rf hal 4,131ock 0, Twile. CCaroi: Village Phaw Eight and tileiouili lick nflbe 0,98 atorc,: batt ilio Welulving Iftrtu(:;) mrx�: 1. Smith 49"h7'I I" 'i ot.a di;daliw i,f 1:,1,64 feer, to it ;til:: blod print kir It pubil of cun,alurc; 2. Mmg a mil-1amplitial curvo to the sigh(; hnsdng n is &D od• 393.00 (tail, If lel.igb e.f 11 6.21 fxt a dclt9 :Itigir of 16055631 " hill a chofd, S shill boll) Snutb 58,11?"571` Wtil it diANwx. trf 115Nfoutioncalcstletcdpoint; 3. so4t11(i6,43,4 " ve,c.0 t) 4%st%ixr,of66.43 R.:at to a (mk1l lud poiol hi t}ICIimilt Iine of ),ot4, Black C7, ` ulIt. C Village Phaw EigLl ant[ the: South ling of tlta i M8 ncsc tr11r4; ffofrt which u 1/2" rcbur found vh1'n plastic op, which ivids"BA M.1iW, Ire.:" fmr tin at:glC paint in Lasa. 0101' Ill Iirlr, 0f 1A 4, MWA 0"1'ultie CNA Vilhi(;f, Puss<:1MgM rrid ilm F0111 t hrlis e,f Oto i 198 mwo (root bcw5 i'(}tlttt 2911011" Wort (rCvvd, Sauth 29901 W Will ^ t) a dislariM' Ufri.� ��•� �CL,L; 7 EN<:l 7Jrr� (iI 29° I C'' 11" l ,rr, (tcaruti: No) 0' W, , tial j, Moog 1.La north 11*tu orl'oi 4, Blot. -It Q. TUltic t;'rco,. ViJlS,gf..ilr9se l's1?,Lt Sad iht sclu[li ll:14 t]f ll[e 13,98 n� lc ire iglYf 4 ,11 re to Ilt i'C?Ilf 1' t?r CaL'rs.[imtd1Nt31 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-2 Page 2 Page I Q 7`his lapel slyuins OA395 of om Parc -n ' Lair, Inol0 ov lv s, iUt of P.A. Rclder Sw vt�ti, No, 9, About Nu. 297 in Vr'sl ]itL�ysn❑ C �,uni�., l'Kxn s: L osritta Bo -64; ' "wi SOW CrnmaI i>onn, RAID 0, tlrind a silrf:,ce, I,diIt.;tntert WON= a,rJ{;1= .tSt/'y •. r•1I` i i�`1., 0%041?c <4 —_« Y { fir ate, .f , 11,tiutit "Vhlla,e iUt r; Ir t,, R-,giswodrid=jon0 Lad 5ur+,ays;r 4;; 'Stow t:lTwo No-522-2t4it. jY'.;4.t, Altuchniq da; Survey DiuS.+iq — 8:1I"iq�c�:tsl'Tn 17R� R �c��V.l1Ph� ;�f)�'vj �i:rf" iri�]l Thu�7k 7'C=V 4 Q4 r.�sk.�St+�C Ctr-.Wbosr. Wozs',.t]dduot:�s130' Truil Esm�'f'�^V Q4 �ttst_ iil�lq% 15013060x.5 Exhibit C-2 Page 3 v u.1.rrL me'EiGN l3 �•itt (� i '� r7 �' �, 00n. tJl), 1Ci7flttsi:-h C�ri�����, '<X ~� Yom.. my or Rnw4r) I' ICK S OPC. NO. 90i4DNSN / r ORRA1.011T_ / r t��Y. ,. tiLn ti f r���h x�•" tip �� r•r;��r7y�, i � ,-r'i A.gtb,fY,K LAIiU t U11)'/4Ultittl h5 A N hilt 0Y IMP, Y.A. I10W.M suit1'£Y �'��1Ma1 R4'hIHI,It 297 IN tS1tl,ihiltOti COUtt'rY, a3IJ tAG ,%/?ra rhnC 1 i`?.:J'trl;t 0, 1,t1'1.' 4, Tiltict: Q. �u rri, r, ,cti3'Ielisr twit ViI Wit MISR E?IteTt't'E c rxa la ia�.v.^.t: r1,r. srr.e-J?z1y t1E' REt;om IN (MINN Z rn-basc.':nrrausl.?,%r,rara -_ OF THR ?GW ItRGpT?D.4 OF ?i•XAS AND DOCUMIlti'i t;1r.111n:1i ri , E s n o s t> +4 r t y , n ru r t tact rrU iF f: i tar xry tit R OCt tt IhT. Irt tIT IC [ERGU L$ OF' saoT r r+•.,01 4 �1y4385 .�" Ate.],lajla f..... . ..... .r.• !rys ! Fes. •4r. I31TJI ...1V1}ILS TURTLEtEEA-V-1ILLAGE VF3, 7, SL, ?ta :317 r'.R.W.C.T. Lint', tit]. 7OB4t1=.ri 77'A 0-P.TSA4,G.7. x C:ALJ. !I't ('ErL•7 `'S'f"'J1'af'�j•�L- l OT 4 BLOCK 4 7tWO;,0 tl t0U 0,512 ACIMS 5111 L- MmLI' AYTACHW HNSIHO LE -, Sti CnJ Cttl 470 P NNT Qq 1%2' REDAR FOUND V+',1?LA' IW, CAI'; IWAUNI: SNC' K:fRCi1,t. PL1AtIC RVOCCJS ?)I IMLLIM:0t1 CUUt1TY, TL•lt,r p.R.tY.C. T- Pt-A't RECORDS OF Y&I-I ASC4t ODUNTY. MAS RFG•Dttft II:F�?C;EA,LiION•-Cfii. 2, S�. 313-317 (P.fi W.C.T.) i1F. >`RIh4; Ei/,a:i; 'ICS as H„111- PI.ANr- COURUIhA:E SYSTEI.E, GEI41tiA'_ 7Ctr, NAD 87; SWRTACE ALJU'5TMLM VACYOR; LnU912 _ __r fsi'R ° 'l'1<; EXHIBIT "C-3" TRAIL EASEMENTS (CONTINUED) Being 0.1974 of an acre tract of land, more or less, situated in the P.A. HOLDER SURVEY No. 9, ABSTRACT' No. 297, Williamson County, Texas, and being a portion of Lot 6, Block Q, Turtle Creek Village, Condominiums, a condominium regime in Williamson County, Texas, according to the Condominium Declaration, plats and exhibits recorded in Document Nos. 2015076511, 2015078459 and 2015080969, of the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas, as more particularly described as follows: h tl:'J"RS' A10) J.IC)UNDS MSCRIP't'ION 13 l lti x,197:1 C)1=(TPIR ACRD, 01' Le0r,11) C'tJ�rl TOURED ASA 30,0-r'lJU1" tb)DE 6711 ' OUT 01"1111; I'.A. HOLDE.R 811.1['11=r 140.9, AMSTR&ACT NO, 29?, Ctv WILi.WYISO-1 COUNTY. . TEXAS, AND HL-21'IG A POWTION OY LOT6, 1310"X, `.,1', TIJI T 1-R CREEK VILLAGE 11P ASr FOUR, SECT110N El; A. SU[lEAVISION 011 R(-(,'CiHD!N DOC'MENT NUIVII31IR 2012003590 OF THF; 0111+11.11AIL PUBLIC: RK01W5 C)r• %IIi,1JAIASON C001 -41'1l', TEXAS ANf))3"rlA'CJ MORE. DY 1v.0 T1?S Ala7a BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: IM3114NI iCi at a IP." Jrbr;r found wish plaoic cup; which renfis ` 3ASI31AM;1 Ina" lhi- ilia crulbc =u sort.+ 411 sai f I,ot 6, I3[orlc Q, lltftle +�t��k'r rilate Nwe:i Frau, See io:t 113 5;11x1 l:°lt:l;111.4 sz�u;htvr [ tn)ltiia' >�f L,nl ?; 131ix:h Q, '11[SIIO cre4;ll cillo„ e Pham: Tva.s, St u6cin 11; a ta.I idivMoj) of rcccnil fit tiltdriot.rsL; Pilules 19 tirl l 19 of 111.; PJu( pwrurs e:r'.:111luiisun Qw.uly; Tirxmc:.c:nrl 17C,r+.tcn:.n! 3drtnthir '1"(t F?Q9$ry?0 of 11x1 Ui i:;l Public Rolu;rd!) of 41.011luisr.n Csjpn:}, T41Xnf: maid olc✓o beilsl; in the null l [illi, of ty 1 rB ilrju to'w of isnd ;:unva:yvd [u I.bi1,CikyC-f ROMA ROOk f.;' irwtivil rut Uf riireJ d lrr 17wuertx+nr Nunsbcr of thr; (,.'.tfiiciirl Public Rt:eofd, of 16liIIiatnq-mt C unty, °!'1x,15; I'F`J?NICE. alang the_ suuIh Linc cif Lot 6,131oc1, r!, -J -u CawI. v' I11.9ge Phase 170t1r, ,Snation l3 rat.; tha t> 1111 line of said 13:33 flue.Iractthefullovoinp; twD (2j an rsca: I . ltlntil; « 11rs:t•trrnEcrxi,ri cprse t<, titu lctl, iini�int{ p `nditss at>J:iAti Sev. {recr>td: 313.00 testi, Al kn ,% of to"I'D fru1(IUv ld; iQA0 fer), n d,.ltx anxic M'01'14' 1 " (Ice-ONi: 01`5416" j iriitl n 01'ali 1, whicl) lanjl-., SauIIi 501 1'19" Wolt It. distalicc" of I0A0 fmt (rocit•d: Scwfr 50'44'19" Srlcst n distanoe of 10.40 fcai) to a III" rcln it 1101111.4 with phis(k, mp, •,tih[ut nsal[ "I3.ASEU1111Inc." for n paint oftnigc=,v; 2. $t�%11f1 4V47'8I"4Ncsi (r Ill: Sautil 41, 1,, TI7" Wc-st} e ifislnnC: of :.'0:.1'1 lcet tu u ualcnhrt;tl g�:+irit: iron, which h W" lobar A)Iiiitl wi4h phrstio rats, wftir)h u�'ids "BASRt.W?, inc.," f,`rr u pont of eutvatulo on the suutti Him dTot ti, DID -A Q, I`urilc crock 1JishIP F`9tasu 1',".,tu, Scotiion 13 111.11 1110 nnrtit line of the 13,93 nerc trawl L— art Sa..1th 49*47'11" 'WcA f:•crc:.d: sor,nh �l{1°�7'tl"'i'vw4) n clistanrr of 133,117 11.11.; -17ll�Tictilc•cras�ing llurnuEJ1 l,t:•1 t;,13)ue[. V, `iurlb% Ct'crarlt ,llliirgi, i'Is:+;:u T�oar, Section tl a dis[;rra;e of77S.56 .test Io 1i calr:lilatefl point it) 1151. vfet;t Buts of L?1I 6, J3frx:k Q, Turllu {:mull Village 1163 I---ur, Zi Ml(jQJI B Mid (16116 ill tll:r e:ts1 l'igltt-of way lime of Durifa6e Sjniu,:?. rAil (52' R OAV.,'r' 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-3 Page 1 ['141.1"u :% i; ( 3 TJ IENC'i nlr,u; f ttty .trrt Zinc of"l.nt G,13lrc1, fl, Tuttl4 rj.tLz Villag::1'l.nse Fv.u% Sccsian 1`j and ;17c cast ri'Jivv't-it-ay lino of said 1lri'itagc Springs Ti'.,il, bt;t:y a nc;t•fingatttial Gon'c to the lail, hayil: :t ay-Nt:-s of 327.00 fine. (mrurd: 22'1.00 fwO, i length of 3-5.5) ftxi, a ilctla angle. of 08c'42'52" lutd it clicud, which hats Norih 18'W'34"LnSl a dismavc 00 4,49 49 lint to a C-PlIMI.l1Cd 1)01111; !`tents cane{: n i17t' tclmt P.mixt Nvith pins;ic on,:, which aids c'I1MELIN1i ln:." h7r s YJint of ut,gar r in fisc t�wst litt0 nt'lzi 6, [link Q, Tur"ic Civ1 Village) phnso ro.ijr, section 11 and t1 c. cast right -of --way lino of Hc)itago syginN;?. Thal hears alotlg a hijFpniiat cncvc t•:. tlx loft, 6nvinq n mdin=_ of 227.00 f,ot (mccid: 29.7.ca feet), a length 01 31.61 fret, if aoltn wiple 0,120"3515T" rnd n Chord, wlti^h hems d:�rth W'2 "12" East a di.�Caux of E1.17 fc+;t; THF,"MR allmiicil, tlnuuF?It I.nt 6, 86x11 C1, l'nrtle (_reel: Village Pharr. rn;i,, scriion 13 the inllc:wing Eltt =e (3) usutsrfa: 1. N0:'tlt 7&'271'19" Wrtsl i, sl}+b=ner rPf 5(}, t'i .rr..rl tp i:nl,:llfillyd poi.W; 2. Not-th +19'471 l" base, along it (inc 30.00 feat ntirlh of (p:; in+:cisurtJ lxapulldir;uliuly) t,nrl parallel will the south lith; cif 1rt 6. {{tacit f1> T117110Cc4:rk i+ilLrge Pli;i a 1'aue. S�rii I l3 t.rtd thrsnorlli lime or Ilse 13.99 acro trtttit cf 193,53 fret to a •.:';loin iicxi Itailll fix ti poiltt of cttnatwc; 3, Continuing 41118 art ave 30.OJ fist 1,ont1t tcl`(vt im:w.atrd perpendicutarly) and parnUcl with tlt- at fat lino ar 1,,nl G, D100,, t?, S"urslo Ciera: v silage lih,tiEe Paul-, section D stud the nosh ilrtr of tha 13 li m4.ma uhts, being n tanpnijal aw-vo it) the rirfht, hzving n meths; of 343.0.1 fCet, it IcnGth of 42.20 fust, n chests tntgle ref ta7" (wss" and a chard, which 6c9rr, North $3113136" hast a 6gonntt CT'lz.17 fre:11'.1 a mWuh*'d vAlt ill ibu e;c,<f 1irw,5f 1410, }Stich C:tUVk ViliutSu Pliast Putir, S:.tiull D and lxilik l:t tlrt "wm 11110 of lot 7, Block Cb T'tnilaCyzc'k Vilicgc I'lumo wo, 4o:tiorrt3: i ;tn %ijlicit a In." what found wAli plonk: cap, which reads flu• an fungi+; p:51t1t in the cast line: n Lol 6, Hlcy l: Q, Turtle CtLok viliape Plif:;c lour, 5eetiatr 13 and lilt wvA lista of L'A7, tillo:k Q. Tolde cwek Yittare.l'na�.'I'iv`tr, 5cafion 11 hotus i terth GL< iii' UO`' 1u�1(tti"cttt>!: Jdatth t1$"�5't1t}" i'.ast) a (l't5tnnor n3'12.13 tbr}.; Till.,NCr Swill i+rd'S't1ir''1Vcsl (tecard: 5!.;tth 03144'00" West), along Otic cast till-, rf l.u( {, Chock Q, Tu6t' Cnwk VillfP Pitrtstc RAIL, Scrijop 11 -.lid tho Wtist Ilnu of Lot 7, T31001: t1, Torten. Cr ok Vill1�4 llliklxn 7 WQ, Sk4:llti:r la ;t climb ICC of 47..!41 Let In 1110 POR T 01' 13BCi1� t 111�[:i. Thls pr'ly •1 r-�It1ains 0.1974 oF cue nctv.. ni tames, aum>; --ur ;, PGI of RA, Holder Survey 140- a, AL•sirncl No.25'7 in '4Vfilti IMM Co"INty,'34xas. Dealing llnsis: '� cxe"s +latu 1'li .t: t;i:;?rilil ;GO.;, t.t:onccl 7, ur., favetor of 1,40032. fitnwic W- llape r aO v Rrpiswwo' I'ftsl'eseional Lund Suivcyrr $U.ttrs 4af'fuxrc� N,r.:5227. r,dfushnenl AttscIi iIcI)I.: ^t n•oy Dfex irg- 5:TJvja;tsl'`.'unl-: C;recl.lhliaau fi13U5.vg�!1?i'�si E,sn;1 � P �Qti:ditig �+:'•P71jeciiYuttle:''1'^��''.P19F';:?,1E1'vi;i;:s'SicldugtesliG'•"I'ra;ll�smt'3`(�+481,44 fii.Jn. 15013060v.5 Exhibit C-3 Page 2 TURT!-E -RCFI' —} I VID,,Gc / 1U I �j i UMLL CRLCIS 1=Hi V!I..IACE SEC1K1N 0 ;< Plli$L FOUR, C613, EE,1— f I S•ECrVI 13 S.- 14-10 I �� U} I r,^4al1,Ir.bT 4111A1?E'R 2%'.i 0Q,;5�0 DG^.. NO. 100711:14670 -r,�n` t`S t>P.R.W.C.T, I ',?tLca4 AC, X11 a ;;OltiltClTdlfllUAtS} ',�� G7 r Sp,flO '�t'j3 ty titi` I��][OIN 13oF k! �` rt \:J h'\ !�+ .�'.�.t^,`� � llLtll•I tY11�IV CALE V r- 517 0 IGG 0.1974 ..AC f f'>: ` •� , . ;:1% .-•'�• �ar �• MI5 } ,'�s.,» 1 t 4,0(41 4 t 1T�y`'^' ° 1'7" IYmz vvjluD WITH fi4STIC CAP: Np•! .1 ,14 `r4 :SELINE mc." (Lp,-,E55 fJOTL'i? ":lr CAP') � 1 ��°�.a�' r<L C�{CIIWT[J1 PftlWl' RU,'A', WCH7-OF :YnY �%�d�11r� TURTLE CREEK VILINIX i!Lcc ata]Ilfl rl�aRlfASIRV (03r, NO. 1712005"1U•-O.itR.K,.C.r.j ..,wuaL7 z, r11Er.!..+?=•,T17 VA'Ai'.C_T. PLAT R@COf"S 01' s'hu/4118 N, Cs,tJ!Ty,-i-Ev's P-k`N:C.7. 5).P.rt.'fi,f,.T. f,FIf,V.I. PI/DIIC RECORD.; Or %%tj!fMr,Olc C.01MIY, WW'S (7(SCl11,If F!T f1y\S(jER 7inl.t0::i?t7 W,7010 W -51S: ,1EXA5 SIATL PuJvL' 6FOH.Ell,APC SfdlfsS, (:EflJI;!•1_ 0 F'.R AV. V. T. '!GElE, IND 83 SUa°A:E AC.VU5TI,1EtEY FACTOi; Lr;O'DIp 4 LIK TAJLl UNE bEi,S{IP TLFti01tl L3 +U a r lU' 42.01' t•t )uR �?t.k, ate; (.tlkilF HAUIUS ITY'IF, DEARING CHOR..O }{ Cl" j3?,j,00,,, (C) fIi;00 tJ./Q. Xr.i1V _j' x"x f_.L _J ,yV'T�1"^ RV RV t4_ "/t 1?.41s ri Ct } S.UII �., !i.6U � �TU2'55—J'~ --- _ f{.a3 tl; ,4t'L' —•12.77' . QV fi.Ia7a or (TNI? AORL•' (U,>9D S,t!AIM VEDA) 0V LANI!, CONTIMIJ D ,4v A 00.00 -FOOT ME STRIP OUT OF THN, P,A, ?IOLALR ^Ut:t'IiX MU6(D B R, ANKRACT N1.10IT-A 2!17 11Q f!'1LLL41dL•UA' L'DUN7Y. 1'Lr7(As AND JBING A PORTION OF LUT 0, DLOM Q, TORTIT CHUN VIL1. OP PTTASP ItOVR, SECTION D; ?, aXhWVISION OV VECUM) 1h DOCUMFWl' 901411119 201?00:1:500 Df' TIM 01TWIN, PU1114(: RECORDS Ol' '1YLGt1SS4a COUNY"t, 'MAS 15013000v.5 Exhibit C-3 Page 3 r3ASF ? ?(VV LAND SL'F2L"c: Y()RS, hN11". rRL�,°"(• ;Yq`l.SI, LhNO ;YA'i'/c iTNL' 55R61c'u vwu! -,/M a4'ir tVr,Y:^ tirl,.77L.9;3J fitk'•SIY.E7. :,7�.I n:-1•or.lhr W u:lin: r.tcm EXHIBIT "D" TRAIL EASEMENT FORM THE STATE OF TEXAS § § KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS: COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § That Continental Homes of Texas, L.P., a Texas limited partnership ("Grantor"), for and in consideration of the sum of Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration paid by the City of Round Rock, a home -rule municipality situated in the County of Williamson and State of Texas ("Grantee"), the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, does hereby GRANT, SELL and CONVEY unto Grantee certain rights and interests in the nature of the following perpetual easement: A public trail easement, for the benefit of the general public, for the purpose of walking, running, hiking, bicycling, remaining upon, or traversing over, upon and across, and otherwise using such trail; together with the express right to construct such recreational trails and associated facilities and maintain the easement area by clearing and removing vegetation, silt and debris therefrom, in, upon, over, under, above and across the below -described property: See Exhibit "A" attached hereto and made a part hereof. The perpetual easement, rights-of-way, rights and privileges herein granted shall be used for the purposes of location, placement, relocation, construction, operation, enlargement, maintenance, alteration, repair, rebuilding, removal and patrol of public facilities, public trail materials and equipment and signage. Except as otherwise noted, the easements, rights and privileges herein granted shall be perpetual, provided however that said easements, rights, and privileges shall cease and revert to Grantor in the event the facilities are abandoned, or shall cease to be used, for a period of five (5) consecutive years. The easements, rights and privileges granted herein are exclusive, and Grantor covenants that Grantor will not convey any other casement or conflicting rights within the premises covered by this grant, without the express written consent of Grantee, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. Grantee shall have the right to review ally proposed easement or conflicting use of the easement to determine the effect, if any, on the facilities contemplated herein. Prior to granting its consent for other easements, Grantee may require reasonable safeguards to protect the integrity of the facilities thereon. 15013060v.5 Exhibit D Page I Grantor further grants to Grantee: (a) the right to grade the easement for the full width thereof and to extend the cuts and fills for such grading into and on the land along and outside the easement to such extent as Grantee may find reasonably necessary; and (b) the right from time to time to trim and to cut down and clear away any and all trees and brush now or hereafter on the casement and to trim and to cut down and clear away any trees on either side of the easement which now or hereafter in the opinion of Grantee may be a hazard to any of the facilities, by reason of the danger of falling thereon or root infiltration therein, or which may otherwise interfere with the exercise of Grantee's rights hereunder, provided, however, that all trees which Grantee is hereby authorized to out and remove, if valuable for timber or firewood, shall continue to be the property of Grantor, but all tops, lops, brush and refuse wood shall be removed by Grantee. Grantee hereby covenants and agrees: (a) Grantee shall promptly backfill any trench made by it on the easement and on any land along and outside the easement, and shall repair any damage it shall do to Grantor's private roads or lanes on the lands; and (b) Grantee shall indemnify Grantor against any loss and damage which shall be caused by the exercise of the rights of ingress and egress or by any wrongful or negligent act or omission of Grantee's agents or employees in the course of their employment. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the rights and interests described unto Grantee and its successors and assigns, forever, and Grantor does hereby bind itself, and its successors and assigns, to warrant and forever defend, all and singular, the above-described easements and rights and interests unto Grantee, its successors and assigns, against every person whomsoever lawfully claiming, or to claim same, or any part thereof, when the claim is by, through, or under Grantor, but not otherwise. (Signaivres on following page) 15013060v.5 Exhibit D Page 2 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantor has caused this instrument to be executed this day of , 2016. GRANTOR: Continental Homes of Texas, L.P. (a Texas limited partnership) By: CHTEX of Texas, Inc. (a Delaware corporation) Its General Partner By: Name: Title: ACKNOWLEDGMENT THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of the month of 12016, by , the of CHTEX of Texas, Inc., a Delaware corporation, general partner of Continental Homes of Texas L.P., a Texas limited partnership, known by me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to me that he/she executed the same in the capacity and for the purposes and consideration therein expressed, on behalf of said corporation and limited partnership. Notary Public, State of Texas After recording please return to: 15013060v.5 Exhibit D Page 3 EXHIBIT "E" CONTINENTAL PERMITTED EXCEPTIONS 1. Restrictive covenants recorded in Document No. 2002003703, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. 2. Rights of Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District to levy taxes and issue bonds. 3. The rights of Grimes Blvd. Road Improvement District #2 to levy taxes and issue bonds. 4. Easement to Texas Power & Light Company recorded in Volume 281, Page 503, Deed Records of Williamson County, Texas. 5. Easement to Lone Star Gas Company recorded in Volume 296, Page 353, Deed Records of Williamson County, Texas. 6. Terms and provisions of City of Round Rock Ordinance No. Z -01-07-12-10-B2, creating Turtle Crcek PUD No. 47, a certified copy of which is recorded in Document No. 2002003703, as amended by instrument recorded in Document No. 2010067540, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. 7. Easement and right of way conveyed to TXU Gas Company, as described in document recorded in Document No. 2002083893, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. Notice of Water Pollution Abatement Plan as set forth in document recorded in Document No. 2003097974, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. 15013060v.5 Exhibit E Page 1 EXHIBIT "F" CITY PERMITTED EXCEPTIONS !. Restrictive covenants recorded in Document No. 2002003703, 2003094262, 2004091013, 2005007224, 2005081984, 2005081985, 2011088327, 2012043670, 2012092984, 2013025676, 2013116273 and 2015073706 Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas, and those set out on the plat recorded in Cabinet Z, Slides 313-317, of the Plat Records of Williamson County; Texas (as to the ROW Property and Easement Tracts described in Exhibit "C-1" and Exhibit "C-3"). 2. Restrictive covenants recorded in Document No. 2002003703, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas (as to Easement Tract described in Exhibit "C-2"). 3. Restrictive covenants recorded in Document No. 2002003703, 2003094262, 2004091013, 2005007224, 2005081984, 2005081985, 2010067540, 2011088327, 2012043670, 2012043671, 2012092984, 2013025676, 2013116273, 2015073706, 2015075627, 2015076511, 2015076512, 2015078459, 201579938, and 2015080969 Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas, and those set out on the plat recorded in Document Nos, 2012003590, 2015076511, 2015078459, and 2015080969, Official .Public Records of Williamson County, Texas (as to the ROW Property and Easement Tract described in Exhibit "C-4"). 4. Rights of Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District to levy taxes and issue bonds. 5. The rights of Grimes Blvd. Road Improvement District #2 to levy taxes and issue bonds. 6. All easements, building setback lines, restrictions and dedications as set out on the plat recorded in Cabinet Z, Slides 313-317, of the Plat Records of Williamson County, Teras (as to the ROW Property and Easement Tracts described in Exhibit "C -I" and "C-3"). 7. All easements, building setback lines, restrictions and dedications as set out on the plat recorded in recorded in Document Nos. 2012003590, 2015076511, 2015078459, and 2015080969, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas (as to the Easement Tract described in Exhibit "C-4"). 8. Easements, covenants, conditions, restrictions, charges and assessments payable to Turtle Creek Village Owners Association, Inc., as set out and described in the restrictions recorded in Document Nos. 2002003703, 2003094262, 2004091013, 2005007224, 2005081984, 2005081985, 2011088327, 2012043670, 2012092984, 2013025676, 2013116273 and 2015073706 Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas (as to the ROW Property and Easement Tracts described in Exhibit "C-1" and Exhibit "C-3") 9. Easements, covenants, conditions, restrictions, charges and assessments payable to Turtle Creek Village Owners Association, Inc., as set out and described in the restrictions recorded in Document Nos. 2002003703, 2003094262, 2004091013, 2005007224, 2005081984, 2005081985, 2010067540, 2011088327, 2012043670, 2012043671, 15013060v.5 Exhibit F Page 1 2012092984, 2013025676, 2013116273 and 2015073706, 2015075627, 2015076511, 2015076512, 2015078459, 201579938, and 2015080969 (as to the Easement Tract described in Exhibit "C-4"). 10. Electric transmission and/or distribution line easement and right of way, together with all rights granted therein, conveyed to Texas Power & Light Company recorded in Volume 281, Page 503, Deed Records of Williamson County, Texas. 11. Pipe and telephone lines easement and right of way, together with all rights granted therein, conveyed to Lone Star Gas Company as described in Volume 296, Page 353, Deed Records of Williamson County, Texas. 12. Terms and provisions of City of Round Rock Ordinance No. Z -01-07-12-10-B2, creating Turtle Creek PUD No. 47, a certified copy of which is recorded in Document No. 2002003703, as amended by instrument recorded in Document No. 2010067540, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. 13. Easement and right of way conveyed to TXU Gas Company, as described in document recorded in Document No. 2002083893, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. 14. Notice of Water Pollution Abatement Plan as set forth in document recorded in Document No. 2003097974, Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas. 15. Terms and conditions of Trail Easement recorded in Document No. > Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas (as to all Easement Tracts). 15013060v.5 Exhibit P Page 2