Author: Jeanette JOY Fisher

9 Reasons to Make Your Home a Cruise Ship

Photo taken by Jeanette JOY Fisher leaving Miami on a cruise to Costa Rica & Panama Would you live full time on a cruise ship? I’ve been on over ten cruises and can see this lifestyle for many retirees. Some cruise lines are more costly than living in a retirement home, yet many offer competitive pricing and deep discounts. Advantages include, room service, 24 hour food and entertainment, free toiletries, an emergency room onboard, full time friendly ship staff, and see-the-world excursions. 9  Benefits of Making your Home a Ship Elegant Living for less than a nursing home Great...

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$3 Million Backyard Swimming Pool

See the World’s Largest & Most Expensive Residential Pool Scroll past the ad and see Eyewitness News special report. This private swimming pool cost about $3,000,000 to build, $1,200 per month for electricity, and other costs to maintain. The 600,000 gallon resort-style residential pool was constructed in a pond outside Huston, Texas. Features include a $70,000 slide, multiple rock waterfalls, a concrete gumnut tree with a rope swing, a spa that seats 25 to 30 people next to a $200,000 sunken bar, $250,000 Florida palm trees, playground, outdoor BBQ, and an incredible hammock lounge. There’s even a theme park-like...

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3 Unique Dream Homes

What makes a Dream Home? Each person has their personal vision of a perfect home for themselves. Many folks get lucky or work hard and accomplish their housing dreams. Contrary to popular thoughts, you don’t need to be wealthy to create a Dream Home for yourself. Here are three unique Dream Homes to inspire you. Join our newsletter to be notified of special design webinars. Canyon Lake, California Waterfront Dream Home One of America’s safest cities, Canyon Lake California, offers homes ranging in price from the mid $250,000s to $2,000,000. This beautiful Dream Home enjoys full-on lake views, a private boat...

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The Home that Started a Lifestyle

Long ago, in the late 80s, the Fisher Family lived in this 1878 Queen Anne Victorian in northeast Florida. The Fisher Family lived in this Queen Anne home for ten years. When they first moved in, they discovered the kitchen was an add-on built without permits. The flooring joists and sub-flooring were rotten and collapsed when their young daughter washed the dishes and soaked the floor. The walls were painted over cardboard box material. Newspaper insulation covered frayed extension cord wiring. After Brian and Evan Fisher rebuilt the kitchen, Jeanette, an interior designer at the time, said it “felt all...

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