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Incredible video footage has captured the moment an Outer Banks beach house on North Carolina’s coast crumbled into the ocean due to high tides and strong winds.

Two properties fell into the waves, U.S. National Park Service officials said in a statement on Tuesday, warning that other homes in the area are at risk of the same fate due to high tides and strong winds.

The article goes on to state the following:

The unoccupied homes were located along Ocean Drive in the Outer Banks community of Rodanthe, which is a part of Hatteras Island — approximately 30 miles away from the mainland. The park service confirmed that it has closed off the areas around the houses.

The park service shared a video the moment the house at 24265 Ocean Drive, Rodanthe, N.C. collapsed into the sea Tuesday afternoon.

According to a real estate website, the above home sold for $275,000 in November of 2020.  CLICK HERE to see photos on the listing, as it looked like the perfect vacation spot. A Zillow listing had estimated the home’s current value at $381,200.

Another Twitter post by the park service shows a second collapsed home, with others clearly at risk.

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  1. Anyone going in to get it? I’m sure now the home has doubled in value now $600,000!!!! Sure it will be blamed on global warming


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