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 Post subject: buying an acre of land in hampton/victoria area...
PostPosted: October 4th, 2015, 6:38 pm 
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hello , new to the board, have done a great deal of reading and have this board extremely helpful and entertaining. Just a quick post about the hampton / victoria by the sea area, in Queens county. My wife and I have narrowed it down to either of these locations. We are looking at purchasing a waterview lot with just over an acre of land. With a build of a summer or seasonal home.
Anyone familiar with this area care to share info about a home builder, and septic install. Water and hydro are to the lot line on either locations. Thx in advance. Great resource this board.. :D


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 Post subject: Re: buying an acre of land in hampton/victoria area...
PostPosted: October 21st, 2015, 6:41 pm 
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Blue Heron Construction based out of North Rustico. They do quite a bit of work on south shore as well.


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 Post subject: Re: buying an acre of land in hampton/victoria area...
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thx for info, will look them up and inquire with them..
looking at a 1200 sq foot to a 1800 sq foot build,with an icf build construction
icf build really seems like the right move for durability and strength. No basement. Build on slab /min. 4 frost wall ..like some 1 1/2 story plans but a 2 story also may come into play. Hardi plank siding....a strong sturdy shell of a home is for sure what we will be looking for ...thanks


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