It is a single-family home. The land was purchased for $165,000 on Dec. 5, 2008. The home was approved for occupancy a year ago. In addition to zoning and building code review, the house plans went through further Carolina Beach town reviews for approval.
“The town did give it due consideration with the unusual shape, but we try not to be too restrictive on what residents want to build,” said Carolina Beach building inspector Richard Lang.
Lang said the engineer-designed home – located where Harper Avenue intersects with Goldsboro Avenue and North Sixth Street – is worth a look.
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Date posted: January 13, 2012
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