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Thu September 19, 2013
6 Trailer Parks In Super Posh Locales
Our story today on trailer parks got the Word of Mouth team dreaming about the perks of living in a home on wheels. Here's our list of some of the nicest mobile home parks in the best locations. Because even in the world of mobile real estate, it's all about location, location, location.
Our first entry is not for permanent mobile home living; an oxymoron if ever there was one. Instead, it's a mobile home themed motel to get your feet wet, where several styles of classic mobile homes are available to try out. The Shady Dell is located in Bisbee, Arizona, a former mining town, now known for its community of artists and beautiful Victorian style houses. It was highlighted by the AARP as being one of the most alive places to retire in the US. A great place to try out mobile home living in a beautiful location.
If you're still not sold, you might try the Santa Barbara Auto-Camp, which has a few beautifully refurbished mobile homes on site to rent as well as the option for long-term leasing.
3. Montauk Shores Condominium Hamptons Trailer Park
"Montauk's Best Kept Secret" is a trailer park! Approximately 900 feet of waterfront coastline in a premium location, makes this a great option for people who want to live in the Hamptons, but can't afford (or don't want to pay for) a traditional home.
The Sunset Harbor Mobile Home Community is located in the Florida Keys, with easy access to the ocean and a lovely community pool area.
Briny Breezes in Florida is a waterfront mobile home park/town that has its own television station! It's called the BBC, the Briny Breezes Channel. Briny Breezes continues to make headlines as real estate deals to develop on the coveted land have been made, only to fall through.
Malibu's trailer park to the stars is not for the faint of wallet. Expect to pay over a million dollars for one of these trailers, which doesn't include the rent you'll need to pay for the land. But it's still a bargain for Malibu beach front.
Check out the view!
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