Washington Court of Appeals Affirms Order to Trim Hedge Row and Restore View

A Mercer Island homeowner sued his downhill neighbors for specific performance of a covenant that requires landscaping to be maintained at a height no greater than the nearest roof peak. His neighbors responded that a hedge row on their property could grow as tall as the roof peak of the plaintiff’s home because it was the closest structure to that hedge row.    Read the article…………..


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