Saturday, November 28, 2009

Branson’s Nantucket Receives Positive Reviews from Visitors

Branson’s Nantucket Missouri’s newest private residence is receiving great reviews from there guest that are touring this new project. In the midst of this economy this new up and coming resort has been conducting previews of this new lakeside resort to folks from as far away as Canada. Visitors have been coming to Branson and are offered little incentives to come check out this new resort and the response has been overwhelming say’s Geoff Petter the manager of the resort we are having problems with to many people wanting to view the resort at the same time and seem to have a shortage of sale people not a bad problem to have in these tough times. The resort has offered Fractional ownership that allows it owners to purchase deeded shares of a luxury private vacation home and use it like it was their own without having to pay for the whole house. Response has been great with booming first year sales and forecast for the next year seems to be in the millions

Branson’s Nantucket was the brainchild of Kevin Knasel a Saint Louis business man who wanted to offer the highest quality in private luxury vacation homes for the discerning buyer. The furnishing are second to none with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances these gourmet kitchens and living room with plasma TV’s and soaking tubs have got folks buying these like hotcakes and building has been no stop for the last year with five homes built and more coming in the 2010 the project is selling itself. Branson’s Nantucket has quickly become the highest rated resort according to visitor who have been polled and they all seem to agree that are no other resorts with the views and interior finishing in the state of Missouri.The resort is the first to offer private elevators for there guest built in to each unit which allows guests to go and experience the magnificent view fro the Widows Peak. Guest that has any disabilities need not worry they have made the doorways wider to allow wheelchairs and five feet of turning axis in the bathrooms is ample for anyone that is trying to maneuver their wheelchair. With all the added benefits to their future luxury homes it is no surprise why Branson’s Nantucket has received such high praise by its many owners and guests who have visited the lakeside resort this year

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