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    5 West Coast Dream Vacation Homes

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    Do you dream of a beach house or lake house? A mountain cabin or countryside villa? We’d all love to own a vacation home, a place where we can kick back, relax and be our best selves. Although these 5 luxury West Coast getaway properties will cost you a pretty penny, it's still free to dream they're yours.

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    See below for 5 spectacular vacation homes on the market

    1. Vineyard Villa in the Hills of Napa

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    1075 Shadybrook Ln, Napa, CA 94558

    Ever think about a place where the only question you have to answer is “red or white”? If the answer is yes and you have a cool $7,450,000 on hand to make it happen then this 3,900 square foot beauty located on a vineyard could be yours! 

    Review from @carolinehayes: "This house in Mountain View, California sold for almost $1M over list price. I guess they removed the photos since it has gotten a bunch of attention. Craziness out in Cali."

    > Is there anything missing from this Napa Valley Estate?

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    2. Star-Crossed Desert Oasis in Palm Springs

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    2432 Southridge Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264

    The former getaway of American icons Steve McQueen and Bob Hope, this modern enclave hit the market for $6,800,000 in early June. With an open patio, pool, gorgeous views this is a dream home as long as you can tolerate 100 plus degree days throughout the summer months.

    Review from @bthawl3: "This is a tough one. I get the '50's Hollywood getaway vibe, but the pool is so close to the street that the lack of privacy wouldn't suit a celebrity.

    > Has time passed this house by?

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    3. Resort-Like Property on the Shore of Lake Tahoe

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    6790 N Lake Blvd, Tahoe Vista, CA 96148

    How crazy is it to ask $9,100,000 for a 3 bedroom home? Well, the answer depends on if the home looks out across Lake Tahoe and has a beach and boat docks or not. Either way, there’s not a ton of room to host all your family and friends for a weekend on the lake. 

    Review snippet from @jamieb: "Surprised it's only 3 bedrooms for 3,000+ sqft but I bet you could find ways to squeeze in some more bedrooms. If only I had $9M... what an incredible home!"

    > Is this home worth the steep price tag?

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    4. Open-Air Beauty on the Cliffs of Maui

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    936 Punakea Loop, Lahaina, HI 96761

    Potentially the most unique of the bunch, this ultra-modern Hawaiian abode located on 5 acres overlooking the Pacific features 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and of course an infinity pool. The sellers had this custom built as their dream home, is it yours?

    Review from @alex_: "Great views and great weather, wondering if they would have a lizard problem? Also, not so sure about the infinity pool being surrounded by flat grass. Seems like a pool cleaning problem waiting to happen."

    > Is this home just too weird for you?

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    5. For the Rugged Type: Mountain Mega-Cabin in the Sierra Nevada

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    420 Le Verne St, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

    At 6,763 square feet this is no sleepy cabin but rather a palace built for a nature lover with a big bank account. Located on a private drive looking out to the Sherwin Mountains this home offers unmatched privacy, but an awful lot of snow plowing to do during the winter...

    Review from @richmondgal: "I think it's been sitting on the market for a while because it's dated and overpriced. All those reds, oranges and logs get old after awhile. Time for a refresh from the 2001 decor..."

    > When will this home finally sell?

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