paradise cove, the way it used to be - car alarms for sale
14 years ago, when we bought the trailer in Paradise Bay, a series of intense lawsuits between residents and park owners had turned it into a high-risk investment, and the value of the house shrank.
We only paid a small down payment, which is the only place we can afford. Anywhere.
Very quiet with families and retirees.
No car alarm.
Few golf carts.
Everyone you see on the beach knows
In the parking lot under the cliff, sandcastle, a complete
Service restaurant, hanging out all the time.
This is a retro decor with a cod corner outside and a red leather stall inside with a slightly dull menu.
While the number of weekend and summer tourists and savvy beaches has increased, a loyal group of regulars has continued --goers.
The only time that sandcastle was really blocked was during the fall fire when it became a de facto evacuation center.
Discover the style of Paradise Bay.
The Travel Channel aired a breath-taking article about the millionaire mobile family Park.
"A story about the upmarket mobile home makeover makes the family part of Los AngelesA. Times (
Yes, you might recognize it. .
The following week, Good Morning America, and then the New York Times, began the story.
In a few months, the first million of the Bay
$ Mobile home sales.
Sure, it's a place to see amazing views, but is the trailer still going to cost millions of dollars? (
No, we're not worth it near here.
Still, if we sell it now, we can't afford it back. )Since then, two
The third house on my street was sold at least once, most of it was the second one that was only used on weekends.
The Sand Castle was also sold, and the owner of the Paradise Bay beach cafe also came in.
They add outdoor seating and outdoor bedding and advertise anywhere.
The place is always lively.
Now, the bay is fighting, a collision between brash and fast.
Stroll around the outside world, once a quiet, sleepy little beach. --