Montelucia Offers Unheard of Deals on 12 Remaining Villas

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I try to get through life with no regrets, but with this downturn in the housing market, it’s hard not to have at least one or two, especially if you are like me and bought a house last year, only to miss out on the amazing deals this year.

If I could do it all over, I would have waited and I would be buying one of the 12 Villas up for sale in Paradise Valley at the InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa for unheard of low prices. At one time they were selling for $4.6 million, and today they are available for just $1.95. And that’s not all: buyers will also get a $100,000 credit upon close that can be used at the spa, dining, HOA fee, etc. Honestly, its the best deal in town, and this is why I have some legitimate regrets for not being able to take advantage of this opportunity.

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Now these are not typical resort villas. Not time shares, not partial ownership. These stunning villas are whole ownership homes, but with the added luxury of the resort just seconds away and use of all its amenities and glamorous offerings.

The Villas themselves are large and spacious (ranging from 3,800 to 4,700 square feet), with Andalusian-inspired decor and outdoor courtyards, perfect for entertaining. The finest woods are seen in the floors and cabinetry, while details like elevators and butlers kitchens are the norm here. But beyond the comfort of home, more comfort lays right outside at the resort, where you have spa, fitness and pools galore, plus incredible dining at your fingertips.

Once you tour this property and the few Villas that are still up for sale, you will be hooked.

For more information on the $100,000 credit offer, visit http://www.arizonafoothillsmagazine.com/arizona-foothills-villa-deal.html.

12 Comments

  • FostersLager says:

    That’s a pretty big discount. Seriously.

  • Elouise says:

    That’s a crazy good deal and I can’t believe all that will come with it as well. To have an extra $100,000 to use basically on whatever for the villa is a major perk.

  • Tom Allenton says:

    these places are so great and i just cant veleiev how much they have come down in price, these really are worth $1.95 mil, no question.

  • jess says:

    if i could afford it…i would jump all over this right now!!!

  • Johhnyb says:

    This place has it all, nowhere in the valley you can wake up walk to a real coffe house then hit the spa the most amazing in Phoenix. Did i metion you can get hair and makeup done shop for jewelry and then go for a swim. I have lived in the valley for most of my life and this is the place to be now and only can guess that these will be worth more than 10 million each years to come.

  • Cathy says:

    Although that is a huge drop, $1.95 mill is a little out of my price range. But these are truly one of a kind in the Valley.

  • MammaMia says:

    I love the resort–totally wouldn’t mind living there!

  • Mindy Brille says:

    Wow this is an incredible price. I wish I had the money right. I think it is such a good time for people to invest if they have the money too.

  • TOM says:

    speechless

  • Iza says:

    Something else to add to my never-ending wishlist…

  • JG says:

    Oh to have the money to do this!

  • Frank says:

    I heard that the resort was in financial trouble. Would that effect the villas at all?

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