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Revetment to be allowed for expensive house, over objections from Cape Cod NS

WELLFLEET — A 241-foot rock revetment — under a rare permit from the state Department of Environmental Protection — is expected to be built on Chequessett Neck Road to prevent a house there from slipping down a coastal bank.

In its Sept. 12 superseding order of conditions, the DEP granted permission for the revetment to protect the five-bedroom house at 1440 Chequessett Neck Road owned by trustee James Hoeland of Newtown, Pennsylvania, and Vero Beach, Florida. Hoeland became a trustee in the 2012 purchase of the home from Mark Blasch for $4.8 million.

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