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    Yes, all the best stuff/appliances available here have been used.

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    nice house ...shame about the décor

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribmike View Post
    @windeguy

    You are right of course. There will be better pics and a video soon so i will exchange the ones that are there atm. Gonna buy it with better photos?
    Wife did not like it.

    I don't like Jarabacoa. It's boring .

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    Wife did not like it.

    I don't like Jarabacoa. It's boring .
    I know you prefer the Capital, err the North coast....

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribmike View Post
    I know you prefer the Capital, err the North coast....
    Yes I just love Santo Domingo, like I would love getting hemorrhoids. It is the north coast for us.
    (Wife is from Jarabacoa and she does not like it there either).

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    Prices up there are ridiculous.

    A few years ago the ex and I were putzing around up in the hills looking at small houses with a few hundred meters of land.

    We had hoped to find something along the lines of 4 walls with a roof close to a stream. We did, but even those were asking 60-80K even though the "stream" was a half a kilometer away.

    We found one self sufficient American couple who virtually NEVER come down from the mountains. Now THAT is roughing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDJones View Post
    Prices up there are ridiculous.

    A few years ago the ex and I were putzing around up in the hills looking at small houses with a few hundred meters of land.

    We had hoped to find something along the lines of 4 walls with a roof close to a stream. We did, but even those were asking 60-80K even though the "stream" was a half a kilometer away.

    We found one self sufficient American couple who virtually NEVER come down from the mountains. Now THAT is roughing it.
    If this place sells, for more than 700.000 dollars, I can become a millionaire every year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDJones View Post
    Prices up there are ridiculous.

    A few years ago the ex and I were putzing around up in the hills looking at small houses with a few hundred meters of land.

    We had hoped to find something along the lines of 4 walls with a roof close to a stream. We did, but even those were asking 60-80K even though the "stream" was a half a kilometer away.

    We found one self sufficient American couple who virtually NEVER come down from the mountains. Now THAT is roughing it.
    What is asked for property in Jarabacoa and what it sells for are two entirely different universes.

    And it just proves the old saying: Property in the DR is easy to buy and hard to sell.

    I see large, nice houses all over Jarabacoa, $350,000+, that have been for sale for 10 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribmike View Post
    The ad should be there by now. Well, here are the details:

    Villa in Jarabacoa.
    7 bedrooms / 6 bathrooms
    2 kitchen,
    Pool and Jacuzzi with temperature control
    Terraces, BBQ area
    Horse stables
    Fully furniture
    Lot size 28,305 sm / 305,000 ft² / 45 tareas
    US$ 1,350,000


    Where do they think they are? 

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    "They" are Dominicans. Apparently you too, so don't ask me. You must know better than I do...

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