The Hampton family’s relocated Harbor Island beach house sits well away from the water on a portion of the beach that is naturally accruing sand. The house had to be moved from its original location down the street when erosion from Hurricane Matthew left the homesite unviable.
The Hampton family’s relocated Harbor Island beach house sits well away from the water on a portion of the beach that is naturally accruing sand. The house had to be moved from its original location down the street when erosion from Hurricane Matthew left the homesite unviable. Jay Karr The Island Packet
The Hampton family’s relocated Harbor Island beach house sits well away from the water on a portion of the beach that is naturally accruing sand. The house had to be moved from its original location down the street when erosion from Hurricane Matthew left the homesite unviable. Jay Karr The Island Packet

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