- Bedrooms 5
- Bathrooms 5.1
Matt & Rachel Neal
PO Box 637,
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
Starting from a farm house concept, Point of View rises from the Kitty Hawk dunes to capture the Atlantic from every angle. The exterior is clad in a blend of board and batten and lap siding, featuring subtle color tones, two porches, and a balcony deck that overlooks the shore below. Louvered lattice and canted fascia provide a clean finish to the design. Inside, hickory flooring, shaker cabinets, quartz counters, and abundant Nickel Gap wall cladding function as complementary elements. The traditional floor plan features four master suites, a bunk room, and a rec room, anchored by the expansive open concept kitchen/living/dining space with 9’ ceilings. The property also offers a landscaped pool area, accompanied by a private oceanfront dune deck. With this farm house concept, we invite you to share our Point of View.
$485,000 includes House & Pool
Travel south on Hwy 158 in Kitty Hawk. Turn left at the traffic light at East Kitty Hawk Road, passing the Kitty Hawk Post Office. Turn right onto NC 12 (Beach Road). Continue for 1/4 mile, house will be on your right. Return to Kitty Hawk Road and Hwy 158 in order to have a traffic light to aid in making a left turn back onto Hwy 158.
We would like to express our pride in our team of vendors and subcontractors who give us their best every day. They continue to deliver a quality product that we could not build without their knowledge and skill. The OBHBA Member companies include Guy C Lee Building Materials, Kellogg Supply Co., Interiors by H & W, Daniels’ Homeport, Greg White Plumbing, Stephen Perlot Electric, Jared Hartleben Construction, Jon Boy's Construction Services, Kitty Hawk Painting, All Star Insulation, Home Solutions, Professional Finish, Wise Flooring, Saltwater Metals, Noland, In Sea Pools, Nancy Pugh Interiors and Coastal Engineering and Surveying.
Rachel and Matt Neal comprise Neal Contracting, continuing a family building heritage on the Outer Banks that extends back to 1979. Matt learned the home building business from the ground up, first working as a subcontractor, followed by starting his own contracting company in 2006. Matt thrives on working with his team of professionals, and is always at home on the job, leading from the field. Always available by phone or email, Rachel Neal provides the core sup-port to the company, managing client communication, finish selections, cost control, vendor relationships, and key design advice. Together, they work as a tight knit team with complementing skills to deliver a finely constructed home and continued client satisfaction.