On the Market: Successful Vacation Rental with Amazing Views

Someday Soon Pool View

The view from Someday Soon

Hello everyone and happy Friday! Let’s end the week with a little real estate browsing… shall we?

Someday Soon is a charming and comfortable villa with gorgeous views of Coral Bay harbor, the East End of St. John and beyond. This successful short term rental features two master bedrooms with ensuite baths, air conditioning and king beds. Someday Soon was remodeled and redecorated in 2016 to include new furnishings, new kitchen countertops, a new, expansive wraparound deck and an upgraded pool. This home has ample outdoor living space – both covered and uncovered – so you can easily take in the gorgeous views. Someday Soon is move-in ready for you to enjoy! Check out a few pics:

Someday Soon Sign

The living space

The living space

One of the home's master suites

One of the home’s master suites

Beautiful decking with harbor and ocean views

Beautiful decking with harbor and ocean views

The home also has great hillside views

The home also has great hillside views

The view from Someday Soon

The view from Someday Soon

Looks great, doesn’t it??!! Those views!

Someday Soon is located on Highway 108 in Coral Bay. It is just a few minutes from Coral Bay’s great shops and restaurants.

Someday Soon is being offered for $1.2 million by Tammy Donnelly of 340 Real Estate Co. For more information, please contact Tammy at at 340RealEstateCo@gmail.com

3 comments for “On the Market: Successful Vacation Rental with Amazing Views

  1. Mary
    January 11, 2019 at 7:41 am

    Unless I win a big lottery draw someday soon even renting the Someday Soon vacation rental won’t be happening iny life time.

  2. CarolJLF
    January 14, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    If I ever hit the lottery, this is the kind of place I’d love to own. We have been going to St John since 1989 or so and we love it, especially the Coral Bay area. Unfortunately, we are not wealthy enough to spend this kind of money on a vacation home. Thanks for sharing, though … We love it!

  3. Phil
    January 15, 2019 at 9:04 am

    We’ve been traveling to St. John sine 1991, sometimes 3 trips a year. The Island has priced itself out of the market for the average tourist.

    I preferred St. John when i had to visit 3 markets to get my groceries and the natives were friendly.

    Will be spending my money elsewhere in the future.

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