By Russ Lay on October 7, 2012
Directions: Return to U.S. 158 and proceed south through Nags Head toward Manteo. Bear right toward Manteo on the Nags Head/Manteo Causeway for about ½ mile. Just beyond the Quality Plus gas station, you will see a sign for Lone Cedar Village. Turn right onto Lone Cedar Court and continue to the end of the cul-de-sac where house #141 is located.
Description: The Florez Design Studio’s Emerald Isle is located on an exceptional sound-front lot in Lone Cedar Village with endless sound views.
The custom home includes black walnut floors, antique English kitchen cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, raised panel wainscoting, 3-panel raised panel Shaker doors, trayed wood panel ceiling in master bedroom, 4 master suites, 4 full and 2 ½ partial baths with craftsman-style vanities (2 are handicap accessible), a theater room, office and an elevator.
Approximate heated square feet: 3,342
$950,000, includes house and pool
Acknowledgements: We appreciate and wish to thank all of the vendors and subcontractors who worked with us on this project.
Brian K. Susco and John Macko, co-owners of Macko Construction, have been serving customers of the Outer Banks since 1993, when John started his business and worked out of a storage unit in Colington.
Since day one, our goal has been to forge lasting relationships with our customers. We now enjoy working with second- and third-generation homeowners and their families to provide them with the new home they may be considering or giving their existing homes a fresh new look.
We consider many of our customers family, and that is what we believe has helped us to be as successful as we are for almost 20 years.
So whether you are looking for a new home or remodeling an older home, Macko Construction has the experience to make your dream a reality!