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A bathroom!! I thought about, then I gave up, with a big garden it could be replaced by a hole and a hose! kkkkk....., I mean, LOL
I think the Jigidi party should be here.
Beautiful, but no thanks,to much upkeep for me, Thanks Robbie for the post.
Yes Tatinha, but I would be satisfied with small bedroom, big kitchen, living area and......BATHROOM!!!! Thanks. Hee,hee.
Way too big! A small bedroom, a small kitchen and living room and a big garden is enough, isn't it?
I agree Marilyn, thanks.Definitely Celeste, there are a few of them living here, thanks.I don't want it either Hanne, the sad thing is people will be living in it for only a few weeks or months during the year. Thanks.
I don't want it, you can have it, it's too big for meeee - exactly! I would get lost in a second!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!
That is one huge home. Maybe it is somebody rich and famous?? a wonderful picture
Looks more like a hotel than a house. Way too big. Too much to furnish, clean and insure.
Me too LJ, thanks.Me neither Jacques, maybe all of us could pool and buy it!! Thanks mate.Just fly down and do the deal TC, thanks.Or a GPS calley, thanks.
I would need roller skates and a map!
I want it!!!
I do not have the money to buy it!
My house is 1,288 sq ft. I think I would get lost in this one!
Thanks chickie, we crossed.
Good plan gem, thanks.Jacques the prices have been knocked around like a lot of places recently. Probably in the region of 12 to 18million US dollars. This would not sell on the regular market, so it is hard to know what deals are made. Thanks.
what is the price for a house like that Robbie?
Love the soft yellow. All us jigidiers could live here...and move to Bonga Bonga in hurricane season! :DDD
This house was recently finished about two miles along the shoreline from us. I believe it is close to 25,000 square feet, but not certain. It looks as if it has been there for years, all the palms and plants were brought in from other parts of the Island. I cannot imagine living in something this big, 1200 sq. ft. is plenty!