Chewtown House

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I had noticed disturbance months back and on Saturday was surprised to see what appears to be a new home going up right here. Looks like the number of homes in that town has almost doubled.

 

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You can see the stake and digging in this Google street view image.

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dragoncjo

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We drive sandy causeway to chew every night. When we drove by last night that was a foundation, tonight it’s a house. Pretty incredible progress.
 
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It was purchased in 2017. The people they purchased it from bought it from William and George Rusnak in 2001.

The property is considered a farm.
 
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Rusnack acquired it March 19, 1956 from Anthony C. and Carol Lee DeMarco, husband and wife.
 

RednekF350

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I did all the permitting and wetland delineation work for the family that will live there. There was no subdivision involved.
It took a little over a year with Pinelands, starting with a Waiver of Strict Compliance for buffer to wetlands and depth to seasonal high. (2) PDC's were required to be redeemed.
 
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RednekF350

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We drive sandy causeway to chew every night. When we drove by last night that was a foundation, tonight it’s a house. Pretty incredible progress.

They are using Cozy Cabins. Probably the best modular cabin out there.
My buddy is a plumber and he absolutely despises modulars but he is very impressed with the quality of Cozy Cabins.
 

c1nj

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Those Cozy cabins look nice. I have a modular home that was built in 1986. They cheaped out in some areas of construction and went overboard in others. I think this was to withstand shipping.
It is built as good or better than your average tract home.
 
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