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4 thoughts on “Cottages at The Hatteras Sands Campground”
these are adorable, and could very well serve as starter homes, retirement/ elder homes, or anything in between. Are there kits? Are there designs? What are the dimensions?
Great questions. I bet the folks that own them can tell you some history. They can probably be reached through their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hatteras-Sands-Campground/159398130755785
The problem with the entire Cape, and most of the Outer Banks and Pamlico Sound, is that it’s Hurricane Surge Zone. In Cape Fear/Kure Beach all the homes (also painted in these pastel colors that make the neighborhood look like Godzilla threw up a bunch of candy hearts, they’re just monstrously huge) have only their garage on the first floor because they know it will get flooded. So it’s pretty, just don’t plan a visit in August and September.
Hurricanes do NOT occur daily on the sound. It is a beautiful and peaceful place the majority of the time. Give it a chance-I know you will love it.
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