Judge Allows Work to Finish on 24-bedroom Outer Banks Home After Currituck County Overreached by Stopping Construction

A New England woman has won a court case allowing her to complete work on her 24-bedroom rental home along North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

The Daily Advance of Elizabeth City reports that a judge ruled last in favor of Elizabeth LeTendre of Needham Heights, Massachusetts.

A Currituck County judge told the county to rescind both a stop-work order issued in September 2016 and a February notice of violation.

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LeTendre says the $4.6 million house located north of Corolla is a single-family home, which neighbors have contested.

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Judge Walter Godwin said the house is 95 percent complete and that the county must issue all approvals once it’s finished.

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