Virtual tour of our January villa

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  1. UKDEB

    UKDEB Moderator Emeritus Moderator

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    The owner of the villa we're renting for our January trip has had a virtual tour completed.

    Think we'll be able to slum it here for a couple of weeks! :teeth:
     
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  3. princess jackson

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    Very nice!

    Looks lovely, just like a celebrity home.
     
  4. eyoreaud

    eyoreaud <font color=peach>Who? Us? Nosey? NEVER!<br><font

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    :) WOW Deb! It looks just fab! You lucky thing!

    Audrey :)
     
  5. KayleeUK

    KayleeUK Still here.....

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    Looks lovely Deb :)
     
  6. FizzyPop

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    Wowzers :) Looks absolutely lovely :)
     
  7. Cyrano

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    Well I'm sure you will just manage to cope ;)
     
  8. Red-Snapper

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    Very nice ..did you book it from that site ?
     
  9. JohnnySharp2

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    Wow - that looks fantastic...only one problem I can see Deb, staying in a villa like that..............................................you will not want to come home!
     
  10. SimonV

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    You realise, Deb, this is the video tour they made after they had just furnished it and before the Lakeland chapter of the Hells Angels stopped by for a visit en route to Biketoberfest at Daytona?! :teeth:

    Seriously, it is a magnificent property, a real show home, and is pretty typical of the Reunion Resort development. We have stayed there a couple of times (in the apartments rather than houses) and it is an absolute top-quality place, full of elegant touches and rich architecture. And the scale is quite mind-boggling. If you have $750,000 to spare, you can even buy a house like this!! (In fact, you can pay a lot more - biggest houses going for around $2.1m at the moment).

    You must let us know what you think of the Resort in due course, Deb.
     
  11. alisonbestford

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    It looks terrible.
    Hope the Hells Angels have improved it somewhat ;)
    How on earth will you cope...... :rotfl2:
    Looks great :cloud9:
     
  12. JohnnySharp2

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    It is far too nice for us I think, I am sure Joshua would probably drop a vase on the floor or something.. :rolleyes:

    Think we will stick with Indian Creek!
     
  13. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    oh my god....that is totally incredible....
    as JohnnySharpe2 said, you won't want to come home....
    i know i wouldn't want to....
    truly fabulous....
    that kitchen and family room are incredible....

    please do let us know how it is...

    by the way, where is it located? may i ask how much it costs?.....i just looked up the rates.....not bad at all.....
     
  14. Laurafoster

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    Wow looks great! im so jealous!
     
  15. Miffy2003

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    That looks absolutely fabulous Deb!!!

    I think I would be too nervous to stay there myself though ;) :teeth:
     
  16. homerdog

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    Cool! Can I come? I could be Matt's :drinking1 partner :earboy2:
     
  17. UKDEB

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    No, R-S - I think it's a recent addition to that particular site. I've been Googling for the 'right' villa on Reunion for some time and eventually found this one.

    No change there, then, Johnny! ;)

    :rotfl2:

    We were lucky enough to look around a model home in July last year - baby grand piano in the foyer together with a two storey fountain! The owner of the villa we were renting on Formosa Gardens was having a place built there and he took us around and organised a round of golf, which was nice. :teeth:
     
  18. UKDEB

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    He's relying on it.
     
  19. Boss Hogg

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    mmmmmm drinking partner :cool1:

    Just realised one massive omission from the villa, no fridge in the games room, could be a long trek down to the kitchen for beer. Reckon we'll need a couple at a time :teeth: :teeth:
     
  20. disneyholic family

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    yes i guess these owners can do a nice business....they probably put about 20% down, the rest on a mortgage...and with the rates they get per week, even assuming they're only booked 50% of the time, they would make a very nice profit over the cost of the mortgage....
     
  21. Tammy Stringer

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    Matt

    I have noticed something else not quite up to scratch in the games room. There seems to be a significant lack of tasteful artwork - of the standard we are used to ;)

    Seriously though it looks fantastic

    Tam
     

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