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Recreational Vehicle storage condominiums offer storage solution


No matter how sleek or expensive your RV is, you probably have neighbors who don't want to look at it. RV storage has become a hot issue in some cities, with angry debates over where and how RV owners can park their vehicles. The Eucalyptus at Beaumont could offer a solution to the problem, offering RV owners a chance to own their own storage space. These are not ordinary storage space facilities you would store the junk you can't fit in your attic anymore. From the renderings below, the lounge area alone as luxurious as some of the interiors of the RVs stored there. According to Eucalyptus at Beaumont... Recreational Vehicle storage condominiums offer a solution to the growing problem of RV storage and parking. Many cities throughout California are passing regulations prohibiting the parking of large RV's on city streets. High land costs make new RV storage facilities financially unfeasible. The recreational vehicle market is rapidly expanding, while the availability of storage is shrinking. That equals higher storage prices. Eucalyptus at Beaumont, A Private Storage Community is the brain child of owner/developer Ted Deits. "Up until now, the only alternative to RV storage was to rent a space. Now, we are offering fully enclosed garage type storage designed specifically for the storage of recreational vehicles that are owned, not rented," said Deits. "Storage rental rates have risen so high, it now makes perfect economic sense to purchase your storage," he continued. Eucalyptus at Beaumont will offer 112 enclosed garage-style storage with all units designed to house even the largest RV, built on 4.5 acres of land. The first sales phase of 30 units was released in October of 2006, and sold out in 2 days. Phase 2 with 48 units was released on July 9th, 2007, to a waiting list of over 900 people. "That phase took about three weeks to sell out," Deits said. "When we executed this idea 2 years ago, we felt only the well-heeled would be buyers," Deits continued. "As it turns out, the regular Joe's are snapping these up. All but 1 of these units has been sold to people on average 70 miles away. 10 were sold to Hawaii residents and one in Australia. Several buyers have purchased multiple units. With unit prices starting in the mid-fifties, it competes well with the rental market." Ownership is the same as traditional residential condominiums. There is no underlying land lease. A 2700-sq.-ft. clubhouse with a big screen TV, showers, LEED compatible interiors, and numerous RV specific amenities also complement the project. "Our design from the start was to provide an upscale, safe, easily accessible RV storage alternative. Push one button on your provided remote control, and the security gates opens and the burglar alarm in your unit is disabled. Push the second button and the door to your unit opens and the lights are turned on for you. Isle widths are a comfortable 71 feet wide for easy turning. What could be easier?" said Deits. Source: Eucalyptus at Beaumont
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9 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:41 AM

    How can someone contact these people for possible new locations? cwsonnycress@yahoo.com

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  2. The link to the company is in the story. You should be able to reach them from there.

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  3. Anonymous11:27 AM

    http://www.rvstorage.biz

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  4. They are the best project in the US, here is a list of other projects that are similar.

    www.StorageCondoStore.com

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  5. Bob Hoffman10:36 AM

    I just bought a condo here. I am extremely happy with it. The security is top notch. I get an email everytime my door is opened letting me know 1 my garage is accessed. It is a very secure feeling.
    Because works out to be much less than rent plus when I sell it there is a good chance I can sell it for more than what I paid for it. Can you say that about rentals?

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  6. Anonymous12:09 PM

    These photos are absolutely beautiful. The same results just can’t be duplicated using Photoshop on a digital photo.

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