That's how it works people. Review everything this person has said and read it twice. This is how they hurt you, not me.LOL.
I know the just former Owners. Took them nearly two years to sell as many brokers would not show it because they new Carroll built it. Inspection report was over 50 pages, including code violations because it was built so poorly. When it did sell, it was the lowest price per square foot sales price in the entire community.
I see a much different number on “base area” which is what one would properly use. Takes you up to close to $200 per foot if we accept anything you say as true. You are an Obfuscator plain and simple. This home was built during the recession, amazing what material and labor can be bought for when folks are willing to work for room and board equivalency. And it’s amazing how quickly a project can be done when there are too few jobs going on. If I’d have been building that particular house at that time I’d have done it for a real $150 per foot and not your fake price. And I’d have completed it inside of 9 months. Nor would I have had to flee afterwards like you apparently did. Completely different labor market now. It costs more and takes longer. You know this which is why you are taking years and doing all the labor on your house in Seagrove. Plus I guess it’ll keep you busy.I built this house in WaterSound Beach. It also used all the authentic materials, cedar siding, heavy hand split shake roof, copper dormer roofs, Viking Appliances, Granite or Onyc Slabs for all baths, etc. 6 Bedrooms, 5 baths, 3 living rooms approximately 5,000 sq ft under roof. 12 months $727,000 $145.40 per sq ft with a capital contribution of $50,000 from my partner at closing.