For under six million, you can live in this three-bedroom condo in Nob Hill. That’s only $23,000/a month in estimated mortgage payments, and think of how much money you’ll save walking to BART.
$10,000,000 will get you Young Island resort, a privately owned luxury resort on its own island in the Grenadines. The island itself encompasses 12.6 acres of tropical hillside surrounded by a white sandy beach and the calm waters of the Caribbean ocean and is developed with a fully-functional hotel. You’ll also own the 29 guest cottages, which you can rent out for mega dinero, or just live in a different one each day of the month.
OR you could spend that money on this 3 bedroom penthouse. It doesn’t have a “coconut bar in the sea,” but it does have a dishwasher and earthquake insurance, and cheerful views of… Market Street.
You could alternatively spend your $7 million on this house in Presidio. It looks like a cube. And those low ceilings will be perfect for banging your head against after you give your seven millionth tourist directions to the Golden Gate bridge.
Fairy Island is a private 1-acre wooded island located on a 120-acre spring-fed lake in southern Wisconsin. It comes with a rustic cottage and your CHOICE of a new pontoon boat or a new ski boat to set sail on from your private 40-foot pier. And it has a cute name.
Krokholmen is a private 50 acre Scandinavian oasis off the coast of Bodo, Norway. Purchase of the island includes all building and cabins on the island, which is famous for its clean water, excellent fishing, and sea and mountain adventures in the region surrounding the island.
Taghaghien Island off the coast of Egypt features a lovely resort with traditional thatched bungalows, clear and sparkling water, and groves of Egyptian fruit palms. The island includes a natural spring called “Cleopatra’s Bath” and the fragmentary remains of the oracle temple of Amon, with some inscriptions dating from the 4th century BC.
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