Parade of Homes: Explore Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills

By on September 29, 2016

home-1-1This year marks the 24th annual Outer Banks Homebuilders Association Parade of Homes. The Parade runs from Oct. 6 to 9. Tickets are $10 per person, and the Voice will be featuring homes leading up to the event. You can find more information at

 Outer Banks Renovations
PO Box 1916
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949

5004 Radcliffe Court
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949

From House #10, return to U.S. 158 and drive west toward the Wright Memorial Bridge. At Barlow Lane, which is the last street on the left before the bridge, turn left at the traffic light and continue down Barlow Lane until you see Colleton Road. Turn right at Colleton Road and then right onto Radcliffe Court.

The WIE House, resting on the sound in a maritime forest, built of repurposed and reclaimed materials, with its small footprint, allows its occupants to enjoy and focus on the outdoor lifestyle treasured on the Outer Banks.

The owner of The WIE House found in Outer Banks Renovation LLC a relationship which allowed him to fulfill his goal of building a home that was in and of the Outer Banks. A conceptually different alternative that would be impressive to locals and visitors to the area.

Smaller is the big idea. Repurposed material removed from the Old Beacon Motel in Nags Head, numerous tear-downs, logs and materials from the lot itself, and reclaimed lumber from around the area were incorporated in the construction process. The goal was to create a home that, although small, has the soul of historical significance and connection to the Outer Banks that can be felt by everyone who has the pleasure of experiencing its shaded porches.

Approximate heated square footage: 1,984
$425,000, house only

We would like to thank all of the vendors and subcontractors who were a part of this unique project, especially OBHBA members AllStar Insulation, Coastal Engineering & Surveying, Gallop Roofing, Professional Finish, Soundside Plumbing and Trademark Heating & Cooling.

Builder Ben Miller
Outer Banks Renovations, LLC is the collaboration and partnership between Scott Midgette and Phillip Meggs. Scott and Phillip have a combined 58 years of experience in various aspects of the building industry and are best known for their satisfied customers and client relationships that have withstood the test of time.

 Neal Contracting
PO Box 637
Kill Devil Hills NC

200 E Helga Street
Kill Devil Hills NC

Traveling south from home #11, continue south on U.S. 158 through Kitty Hawk and turn left at the traffic light at Helga Street. The house is located on the left at #200 Helga.

Nestled amidst one of our favorite Kill Devil Hills side streets, 200 East Helga harkens back to classic Outer Banks style. Featuring unpainted red cedar shake siding, board and batten accents, and exposed rafter tail porches, the exterior knits itself perfectly into the fabric of a coastal landscape.

Inside, a traditional floor plan opens up to reveal the spacious kitchen with Shaker style cabinets, silestone counters, antique oak flooring, custom built-in furniture, and high wainscoting throughout. The floor plan boasts three master suites, two bunk rooms for the kids, and a private lounge on the second floor, as well as ample storage space for the owner. Equally suited for a second home or a rental property, come see what 200 East Helga has to offer.

Approximate heated square feet: 2,750
$430,000 for house and pool

We would like to express our pride in and appreciation of our team of 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. Included in this group are OBHBA members: AllStar Insulation,Coastal Engineering and Surveying, Guy C Lee Building Materials, Home Solutions, In-Sea Pools & Spas, Interiors by H & W, , Jared Hartleben Construction, Kellogg Supply Co., Kitty Hawk Painting, Manteo Furniture & Appliance, Professional Finish, Stephen Perlot, Inc. and Wise Flooring.

 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 e-mail, Rachel Neal provides the core support 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.

Dennis Bright Contracting
 1271 Florida Road
Elizabeth City, NC 27909

3402 Raymond Ave.
Kitty Hawk, NC

From house #12, proceed east to Raymond Avenue and turn left onto Raymond. Follow Raymond Avenue to # 3402 where the house is located on the left.

You will not find a better view from a third floor between the highways home than this one! This 3 bedroom 3.5 bath boasts 9 ft. ceilings, solid red oak floors, custom cabinetry throughout, and an extra-large master suite and a full walk-in laundry room.

A bonus room on the first level serves as a playroom for kids or as additional sleeping area. With just steps to the ocean and a wide front porch, your living area extends far beyond just the interior of the home.

Approximate heated square feet: 1,740
$258,000, house only

We would like to thank all of our subcontractors and vendors for their pride in workmanship and the quality of the materials that went into building this quality custom home. Included in this group are OBHBA members: Eastern Aluminum Supply, Guy C. Lee Building Materials, Kellogg Supply Co., Kempsville Building Materials, Mill End Carpets, Northeastern Marine Construction and Noland.

 Leah SimpsonNo stranger to hard work and long hours, Dennis was reared on the family farm in Weeksville, NC. With an interest in construction design and build, Dennis quickly found his calling.  He started his construction company in 2005 and secured his Brokerage and Real Estate License in 2006.

Dennis is a very hands-on contractor and enjoys being on site through every stage of development.  Taking pride in his craft, being client accessible and staying on the cusp of new products is what makes a Dennis Bright home so sound.




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