I should reword my post from remote meter to - remote service.
I have established the service on well house and the feeders to the house are protected by a main 200 amp breaker, then go underground 100 feet into house via LB and Jbox to 200 amp main breaker panel 25 feet away from LB.
I am still thinking/wondering(although AHJ approved)that where conductors enter house need disconnect because, they don't terminate at closet point of entry. They are feeders is this why they don't need a disco at house? Since they already have means of disconnecting at main breaker?
Hard to say, but IMO, since this is a feeder that originates from outside the building, you would need a service rated disconnecting means for this separate building or structure per 225.31 and 225.32, unless 225.32, Exceptions 1 thru 4 applied, which doesn't sound like they would in this case.
The disconnect would need to be readily accessible and located either outside the building or inside nearest to the point of entrance of the conductors, similar to the requirements for a service disconnecting means in 230.70.
If there is a main breaker panel installed in the house, maybe the inspector feels the main CB in the panel is adequate. If so...