House hunting in Coral Bay, on TV

So, here’s the setup.  You follow a couple as they scout for a house to buy on St. John.  And TV cameras follow them.  Fantasy entertainment for real estate voyeurs.

Eloise Anderson of the St. John Sun Times tells the story of how Ted and Sharon Prosser of North Carolina went house shopping, shadowed by a film crew from HGTV’s House Hunters International

They looked at three Coral Bay homes in December, Aria, Into the Mystic, and Sea Rock. A source told the Inquiring Iguana the homes were in the range of $1.2 to $1.5 million.

Diana Beam of Remax International played her real-life role of real estate agent and Catered To’s property maintenance guru Brent Lynn handled duties as production assistant.

The Sun Times reports the Prossers chose Into the Mystic, where they plan to live part of the year. (That's the house pictured.)

Read the Sun Times story at http://stjohnsuntimes.com/house-hunters-virgin-islands.

4 thoughts on “House hunting in Coral Bay, on TV”

  1. We rented the place across the driveway from this house, we watched it when it was under construction, how nice to see it complete! Very cool that it is going to be on HGTV!!! Good luck to the new owners. Miss you St. John & the awesome Outlook rental across the driveway.

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