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Water Oak master-planned community in Kill Devil Hills announced

SAGA Realty and Construction has announced the Outer Banks’ newest master-planned community – Water Oak in Kill Devil Hills. The community is located between Kitty Hawk Bay and the Wright Brothers Memorial and directly adjacent to National Park land. The 70 homesites are situated among live oaks and maritime forest.

“So often on the Outer Banks, you have to lose some of the best trees on the lot to allow for installation of septic systems. In this community, since we knew we would have second homeowners and year-round residents we wanted to see if we could find a way around that,” said Sumit Gupta, CEO of SAGA. “After multiple meetings with the planning committee and a significant up-front cost, we were able to connect to a central sewer system, that allows for the preservation of many trees including mature live oaks, and still allows enough space on most lots for a modest private pool.”

Most of home sites are located in an X flood zone.

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Courtesy SAGA Realty and Construction

“The mid-century style model home, the Altair, was so popular it won the People’s Choice Award at Parade of Homes last year,” said Debbie Gabbert, director of Sales at SAGA.

The community master plan includes green spaces and a nature walk to the private community pier with kayak launch on the sound that includes a covered gazebo.

For more information, visit www.HomesBySaga.com or call 252-301-3090.

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