Would you live here?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by DeanO, Feb 16, 2006.

  1. #1 DeanO, Feb 16, 2006
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  2. that's pretty badass....but i already live in the sea so neh...
     
  3. no, as there is no beach and you cant have a car <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
     
  4. for vacation hell yes! No beach? You're surrounded by water and there appears to be a dock so you can go into the water from there.
     
  5. that'll be my vacation house
     
  6. also, is Honduras politically stable enough?
     
  7. Hell yes. And the price is reasonable too.
     
  8. Big Robtion
     
  9. For a few months of the year
     
  10. Yes! All year long too.
     
  11. That is just perfect
     
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  13. The price is very reasonable, considering what you're getting.
     
  14. holy shit that is cheap, but the house would need major remodelling.
     
  15. if i had a helicopter, yes.
     
  16. Whoa, that's actually really cheap! $1.7m is a good price for a nice house in a major city. That's just nuts.
     
  17. I love funky things close to water. Hell yes, even though i'd be <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A> cuz my cars cant b with me.


    edit: hooooly shit! I jsut noticed the pricetag. That is such a bargan.
     
  18. How do you buy food/have fun there? You would need to either bring friends there or something. I don't get this but either way I'm gonna say yes tahts sweet.
     
  19. It's not that expensive, but it isn't really that cheap for what it is. Think about how much you'd have to pay out to keep it livable. Maintance would be HUGE, and then you have to keep electricity, water, food, and all that other mess in order. Keeping a building livable that is seperated by water is very time and money consuming. That being said, I'd love to live there!
     
  20. I'm not too fond of small islands
     
  21. I'd just give it a windmill/solar panals so it would create its own power. I woulkd also install some sort of water filration system so the whole thing would be self sustained.
     
  22. friends=naked ladies
     
  23. The windmill/solar thing would probably work, as long as you had minimal appliance (which I would imagine would be the case). Desalinization plants are quite expensive and probably require a lot of maintenance. I don't know how much rain they get down there, but rain collection requires a lot infrastructure like cisterns and good filters. That system also requires a fair amount of maintenance. I've spent a good deal of time around old Coast Gaurd stations on barrier islands that are now privately owned.
     
  24. I'd prefer it if the actual house was like half the size and there was more outdoor space.
     

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