My question involves an easement in the state of:CT
I bought a home facing the ocean with a great view. The lot, directly in front of me, on the water, has been vacant and they are now building a home. I knew this would occur, but I have easements that allow me to still view the water. As I look toward the water, they are building their home to the left of the view easement, and are not building on the 50 ft easement (on their land) to the right. I also, on top of the view easement, for the front (waterfront)half, also have a conservation easement, which says in the deed no dirt, stone, mineral, removal or change of any kind can occur on that. I reminded the building owner, and they relocated their driveway so that it will now, not run over that area.
I know they don't have much room for building, so have tried to be reasonable. Though they aren't building over my view and conservation easement, they have dug up the whole area about 3 feet deep to accommodate a work area. This is filled with a long construction bin, many trucks coming and going through out the day, parking of their construction vehicles on it during the day, and sometimes during the night. Also, I have across their land a deeded easement to ingress and egress, across a 20 foot path, to the right of the view easement, from my house to the water. That was also dug away and is littered with construction boards and materials for building the house, though they left 10 ft passable.
They never asked permission, though did tell me when they are done with construction, they will return the conservation area to how it was. My deed - and theirs too, says that any changes in that area must be agreed to in writing, by the two of us, witnessed and filed with the land records, before anything can be done on the conservation area.
My house is currently for sale, so this complicates things. I don't know if I have rights to have them not work and drive in that area, or if I'm just being unreasonable. Thank you for your help and reply