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Thread: Jarabacoa Villa for sale

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    Sorry, I asked where, not who they are. What I meant is it is a Ridiculous price for a DR campo. But wish then all the best!
    By the way I am not dominican.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulano2 View Post
    Sorry, I asked where, not who they are. What I meant is it is a Ridiculous price for a DR campo. But wish then all the best!
    By the way I am not dominican.
    Folks in DR1 love to assume things......

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    They should "afford" someone who can take better pictures of the place.
    Fully agreed...But, very typical...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Bosch View Post
    Folks in DR1 love to assume things......

    Yes you bloody comunista!

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    That's a pile of maintenance when one doesn't live there full-time. Looks like the exterior paint on the railings, etc. is failing. You'd need a full-time family to live on the property to maintain it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulano2 View Post
    Sorry, I asked where, not who they are. What I meant is it is a Ridiculous price for a DR campo. But wish then all the best!
    By the way I am not dominican.
    double post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulano2 View Post
    Sorry, I asked where, not who they are. What I meant is it is a Ridiculous price for a DR campo. But wish then all the best!
    By the way I am not dominican.
    @Fulano2: Apologies, I confused you with another user.

    What I actually wanted to answer is they are Dominicans and in DR.

    Yes the price is a little bit (cough) higher than the usual. Don't shoot the messenger...

    But as far as I know it is one of the biggest properties there. I do not know the area though.

    I imagine one could make a boutique style hotel out of it or such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tashi Siu's Dad View Post
    That's a pile of maintenance when one doesn't live there full-time. Looks like the exterior paint on the railings, etc. is failing. You'd need a full-time family to live on the property to maintain it.
    Yes, definitely fulltime living is needed here.

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    We can revisit this thread in 20 years to see if it has sold.

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