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speee1dy
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i like the neighborhood but i do like line dried clothing and sheets

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Posted : October 8, 2014 7:50 pm
Lmarion
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Stiphy, would you please share your opinion of the top 5 places to live STX that includes Judith's Fancy? Thx L

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Posted : October 10, 2014 8:18 pm
malibutexan07
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Bet they don't have chickens and roosters running all over the place, either!

Catch-your-own-dinner as I'd call it. =D

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Posted : October 12, 2014 9:54 pm
stiphy
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Stiphy, would you please share your opinion of the top 5 places to live STX that includes Judith's Fancy? Thx L

For me the top would be Judiths Fancy, Shoys, Green Cay, Queen Quarter, and Questa Verde (since Im looking for 5 and I liked living there). I like having an HOA to enforce some basic rules, even if I dont agree with all them. I also like having a neighborhood around me....Judiths is great as the houses are spread out but it still feels like a neighborhood with active walkers, joggers and bikers around all day and evening. I also used to live in Boetzberg and liked it there and I still have a house in Tulipan Welcome that I rent out now but used to live in and I always enjoyed that neighborhood too.

Of course others have thier own list and whats great about STX is there really are styles of housing to fit everyone if you take the time to really look!

Sean

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Posted : October 14, 2014 1:11 am
Linda J
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There are many other neighborhoods. We lived for 8 years in a rental house on property in estate betsys jewel, which is just over the hill from cane bay. Loved the location and never had a bit of trouble. We lived at the end of an almost quarter-mile unpaved driveway - only one way in and out. We felt very safe.

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Posted : October 14, 2014 2:13 am
Lmarion
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Stiphy Thank you so much! Linda J too. I'm planning my PMV and I will check them out. L

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Posted : October 14, 2014 5:34 pm
DVercher
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I would like to know about the realtors. We are coming in November maybe sooner if my husband gets the job. We have talked to Seaglass Properties in St. Croix.

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Posted : April 21, 2018 1:43 pm
speee1dy
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Coldwell bankers in gallows bay.

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Posted : April 21, 2018 2:04 pm
Scubadoo
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Lots of realtors. Chris and Kerry with Farchette Hanley on TV. Island Life real estate. Sotheby's Lots of realtor adds in the online magazines like STX This Week, Go To St Croix, Visit St Croix

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Posted : April 21, 2018 2:19 pm
East Ender
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I would like to know about the realtors. We are coming in November maybe sooner if my husband gets the job. We have talked to Seaglass Properties in St. Croix.

I would recommend that you start your own thread. This one 3 1/2 years old. Some of your questions make me wonder if you have even visited the VI before accepting a possible job.

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Posted : April 22, 2018 3:14 pm
vicanuck
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There are lots of good realtors. Contact some and find one you like.

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Posted : April 23, 2018 11:28 am
AandA2VI
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Friend lived there - too salty. She is also a RE agent. Sold her place years ago. Hot in summer I’m told too. Like AC mandatory kinda hot. I loved living west near rainforest. Was a gated hood too and so quiet. Perfectly positioned for breezes from east and no salt as wind blows east west. I’d never live in HOA again and when I looked at JF the houses were WAYYYYY overpriced for the junk they were.

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Posted : April 24, 2018 5:01 pm
stxsailor
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We love it there, yes salty but just be OCD about wiping things down. Constant breeze.

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Posted : April 24, 2018 5:14 pm
DVercher
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Wow thanks for being Snarky. Just trying to find some information out and do some research as suggested on other threads. Is this the attitude we are going to encounter coming there? I can assure you , you would begiven southern hospitality if you ask a question.

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Posted : April 27, 2018 11:34 pm
DVercher
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Thank you for the input. Something to consider.

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Posted : April 27, 2018 11:38 pm
DVercher
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Thank you, we currently live in a HOA neighborhood. It has it's good and bad points I agree

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Posted : April 27, 2018 11:40 pm
Gator's Mom
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These were my requirement when purchasing my home on STX

Elevated eastern exposure to take advantage of trade winds
Paved road to avoid dust/dirt during dry season
Upwind from industrial plants and dump - I don't want "stuff" on my roof and in my cistern
Close enough to a town for short errands
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Garage and/or ample exterior storage for tools and yard equipment

I would advise now taking a really close look at the windows and if they will need replaced anytime soon. Also, the storm coverings and ease of use. All can be extremely expensive to change and should be factored into your offer if they are insufficient.

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Posted : April 28, 2018 10:43 am
stxsailor
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Dvercher
We love it in Judith's Fancy, yes salt destroys everything, the HOA has some silly rules-no yard work on Sundays and Holidays. Which sicks because I work six days a week, but it's central to everything, nice neighborhood to walk in, great for kids. Large lots, houses are not on top of each other, sometimes in Feb it gets so chilly you need long sleeves. We didn't plan on buying there but stumbled on a house there, don't regret it a bit.

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Posted : April 30, 2018 12:59 pm
DVercher
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Thank you, we are definitely looking there as a possibility

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Posted : May 20, 2018 7:46 pm
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