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Breaking in the Beach House

It was a long time coming (8 months to be exact), but the beach house is finally finished! Ok, so it’s not totally finished. There are still plenty of details to be addressed. We’ve got trim to put up, painting to do, furniture to make, etc. but the basics are complete. We’ve got walls, a roof, and after long last, a completed wood floor! We chose Christmas eve 2013 as the first night to sleep in our new beach house!

xmas morning surf check Waking up with coffee to stellar view. The waves were small but clean with no one out!

porch sitter
Ardilla spent the night at the top of the stairs guarding the door. Good girl.

makeshift bed
We haven’t made the bed yet, but a thin foam mattress on the new wood floor was just fine.

lobo jump golden
Kim and Lobo head out for a xmas morning surf session

Breakfast downstairs.

kim does dishes
Kim does dishes with bucket water since the running water isn’t set up yet.

   morning house  stairs dilla  xmaseve hammockHappy Holidays from the Obermeyers!



6 thoughts on “Breaking in the Beach House

  1. Nice you guys enjoy all your hard work and if I’m ever in the neirborhood I’ll look you up ….God bless you and Have a wonderful New Year . Living the dream ….Tim

    Posted by Tim Maschack | December 27, 2013, 8:25 pm
  2. Really beautiful to see the progress and fruits of your labor. Great photos of the new place and views. What a cool way to spend Christmas Morning🙂

    Posted by steve | December 28, 2013, 1:36 pm
  3. Dear Holly, If I understand correctly, please bear with me…the lot goes for 20k and the house for 15K then can I come there with 35K and close a deal?

    Kind regards

    Posted by Pepe Turcon | December 28, 2013, 3:32 pm
    • hey pepe, the beach house is not for sale, but we have some other lots nearby that are!
      check out http://www.suenosnicaragua.com
      : )

      Posted by hollybeck27 | December 29, 2013, 12:27 am
      • I have an offer in Jiquilillo for 3 Manzanas and for US$20,000.00 Ocean front without any infrastructure whatsoever and next to the dirt road to Chinandega.

        Would you consider 20K if I build immediately?

        Have heard from people around San Juan del Sur that many people just buy lots to speculate and never build.

        Best regards and happy new year!!

        Posted by Pepe Turcon | December 29, 2013, 6:22 pm
  4. Oh, those wooden floors are to die for- stunning!!!!

    Posted by toni titus | June 30, 2014, 9:05 am

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