Wake County maintains a database of photos of properties throughout the County. This was all they had for 11904 Duplin

Development Beat: Teardown Tuesday

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Our two demolitions for today are for residential homes, a subject we don’t normally cover here. However, both were, in a sense, nontraditional homes, so we thought we’d give them a quick look. First up was a $10,000 teardown for a 3,479 square foot “manufactured home not in park or court” located at 11904 Leesville Road. The demolition is actually part of a larger project, first detailed in rezoning case Z-3-15, which was approved by the City Council in May of last year. In March of 2015, the developers, Leesville Land LLC, appeared before the Planning Commission to discuss the case.

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The stairwell's interior prior to the construction of the fence

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The former Milner Inn & Foxy Lady

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