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Anyone in the market for a weekend/vacation home?

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Wifey and I have decided to sell our 2010 Keystone Residence 41' RV. It is currently set up in a park near Surf City/Topsail Island with 1 queen and a fold out sofa/inflatable full-size bed, shower, full size toilet, gas range/oven, microwave, refrigerator, central furnace, AC, 2x ceiling fans, a 41'x12' deck, awning, and lots of extras ranging from a second AC unit, optional sprinkler system for the yard, and a 2005 Panthers colored EZ GO golf cart if whoever buys it wants that too.

The park it is in is gated, quiet, has a pool and a bath house, and is seconds from a dirt ramp at the sound or minutes to the beach itself.

I just thought I'd post here in case anyone was interested.

If you think you have some serious interest, let me know via PM or posting in this thread.

We're not even sure what we want to ask at the moment, but if anyone is interested I'll let you know.

Thanks!

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Sounds cool wish I had the $$ but on a serious note I'm interested in starting a boy band if anybody is interested please let SLJ know so we can get this bitch started,

on a side not pics of the RV would have been nice.

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Im curious as to how much you worry when a hurricane looks like it might make landfall close by - thats my biggest problem with owning barrier Island property - I am also curious as to what the insurance runs per year - was that your ad on cl Wilmington today?

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Im curious as to how much you worry when a hurricane looks like it might make landfall close by - thats my biggest problem with owning barrier Island property - I am also curious as to what the insurance runs per year - was that your ad on cl Wilmington today?

We've only had it a year and a half. When Irene came through last year, I went down the day before and tied everything down. The only problem we had was that some of the plastic skirting had blown off, but my neighbors had gathered the few pieces and put them behind our camper for us. When I went back down the following weekend, I just snapped them back in.

I think insurance is around $200 a year, which isn't bad.

Wasn't me that put the ad on CL.

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