A couple's dream holiday home turned into a nightmare when they realised it had been built on the wrong plot of land.
Mark and Brenda Voss, from Missouri, paid $680,000 (£425,00O) to have the luxury beach house built in Hammock Dunes, Florida.
But it wasn't until six months after the 5,000 square-foot property was built that it emerged it was on the plot next door to the one the Voss' owned.
According to the Metro, Mr Voss, who owns a real estate company in Missouri and 18 of the residential plots at Hammock Dunes, said: "We are in total disbelief, just amazed this could happen.
"We may have moved to that area someday, but with this headache and grief, we're not so sure."
The couple paid $160,000 for the plot in the gated Ocean Hammock resort community.
The Voss's builder, Keystone Homes, has contacted the two lot owners and is trying to negotiate a settlement, according to the company's vice-president Robbie Richmond.
Speaking to the Daytona Beach News Journal, Richmond said: "The buck stops with the builder. We know that. We are in the process of trying to schedule a conference call and find a fair resolution without the lawyers.
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