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If You Had Houses in Three Cities . . .

We all have the "if I won the lottery" dream, but perhaps more realistic and attainable is the idea of saving up and owning a place to escape to on long weekends or for extended vacations.

I recently spent the weekend at a picturesque beach house with some gal pals, and we daydreamed about where we might lay our Summer hats if we had enough funds for multiple houses. My picks were anywhere on the water in Greece, Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and Napa, CA, because it is a stone's throw away from my home in San Francisco but tranquil enough that it feels like a vacation. So, if you could purchase houses in three cities anywhere in the world, where would you pick?

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TidalWave23 TidalWave23 6 years
My boyfriend and I currently own a house in Las Vegas and a townhouse in the suburbs of DC. We are hoping to purchase a condo in Miami within the year, but I'd love our next purchase to be somewhere international, like Paris or Cancun (I'm a sucker for Mexico). Growing up, I always wanted to own multiple homes, even if they weren't these elaborately glamorous places...just nice properties in my favorite cities. Thankfully, I found someone who shared my vision ;)
bsglrok132 bsglrok132 6 years
A big house in Tuscany, a beach house in Australia, and one of those little picturesque houses in Switzerland.
CoconutPie CoconutPie 6 years
Apartment in Paris Log cabin in the Canadian Rockies Beach house in Cape Town
mek123 mek123 6 years
I like this idea 1. House in Southern CA on the water 2. Apartment in Manhattan 3. Old farmhouse in the South of France
starofsorrow starofsorrow 6 years
Nice home in Austin Penthouse-style apartment in Tokyo Either an condo in NYC or a nice home in Ireland.
Spectra Spectra 6 years
Ooh, neat idea! -Little cozy cabin in upper Michigan or Canada -Beach house in Honduras -Penthouse in NYC
bellaressa bellaressa 6 years
A condo downtown Chicago A villa in Venice I am so torn on the third... I wish I could have more choices. I would love a farm in MS but then I would also love a flat in London
courtneyd courtneyd 6 years
Ahhh, if only I had unlimited funds... Carmel-by-the-Sea French Polynesia (I'm not picky about which island or atoll...) somewhere in Tuscany
Hello890 Hello890 6 years
- San Fran...and I'm moving there in a few weeks, yay! - cottage in Tuscany, Italy - farm in France
runningesq runningesq 6 years
neat idea ! - flat in London - rowhouse in Georgetown - beachouse in Santorini, Greece
tiff58 tiff58 6 years
*bungalow
lilkimbo lilkimbo 6 years
This is fun! I'd say: A house on the beach in or near Dubrovnik, Croatia A house (or flat) near Kensington Gardens in London A house on South Bass Island in Lake Erie (Although, on any given day, that last one could change to a house on Martha's Vineyard.)
tiff58 tiff58 6 years
A little bungaloo in Costa Rica Apartment in Manhattan And, boring, but a great house in Memphis, close to our friends and family
weffie weffie 6 years
I'd probably end up changing my mind a million times, but for now I'll say one on a beach in Thailand, one in the south of France, and one within walking distance of Wrigley Field.
syako syako 6 years
This is a fun idea. A cabin in the mountains in Estes Park, CO. An apartment in the french quarter in NOLA. A cottage on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.
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