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    here's more pictures of the interior:
    BRD, Casas, Fincas y Aptos en venta :: Apartamento en venta Mirador sur
    Oportunidad en Caney, Apartamento, Venta « Anacaona « Distrito Nacional « Santo Domingo « Propiedades :: Inmuebles

    must note ubiquitous "walk-ing closet" in apartment description in the first link. love the view. hate the finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva_31 View Post
    Lol, trust me, Im Dominican, I was living for 2 years in Santo Domingo and working, I know the area, and that Park is Mirador Sur, there is not Mirador Norter nearby that area.

    https://plus.google.com/109088120605...ut?gl=do&hl=es
    Mirador Norte is the name for the sector between Romulo Betancourt and 27 de Febrero around Nunez de Caceres. Unlike Mirador del Sur and Mirador del Este, Mirador Norte is not a park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryanell View Post
    Mirador Norte is the name for the sector between Romulo Betancourt and 27 de Febrero around Nunez de Caceres. Unlike Mirador del Sur and Mirador del Este, Mirador Norte is not a park.
    You hit the nail, that"s exactly what I am talking about...the block where Rancho La Campana used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachata View Post
    You hit the nail, that"s exactly what I am talking about...the block where Rancho La Campana used to be.

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    There are also Mirador Norte Park, https://www.google.com.do/webhp?sour...anto%20domingo

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    here's more pictures of the interior:
    BRD, Casas, Fincas y Aptos en venta :: Apartamento en venta Mirador sur
    Oportunidad en Caney, Apartamento, Venta « Anacaona « Distrito Nacional « Santo Domingo « Propiedades :: Inmuebles

    must note ubiquitous "walk-ing closet" in apartment description in the first link. love the view. hate the finish.
    Completely unimpressive for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    Completely unimpressive for the price.
    Agreed, looks like a cheesy $3,200 NYC rental in a high rise with parquet floors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDJones View Post
    That reminds me of the time I went to see an apartment in Malecon Center, and there was a column in the center of the living room and another one in a bedroom.

    Talk about an elephant in the room. The agent acted like it was completely normal to have a columns in the middle of rooms.
    Oversize stripper pole ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Africaida View Post
    Oversize stripper pole ?
    i bought that apartment. now i don´t need to leave home. the show comes to me.

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    CAN'T WAIT FOR THE "Terremoto"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Criss Colon View Post
    CAN'T WAIT FOR THE "Terremoto"!
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    As I mentioned earlier in this thread, it is fortunate the area has no earthquakes.

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