Caption: You can stay in this super swanky luxury Ibiza villa – if you remortgage your house
We’re pretty sure renting out a luxury villa with your favourite friends is on literally everybody’s bucket list, no?
Especially since the influx of location-based dating shows to our TV screens, all set in super expensive, extremely aspirational villas, such as Love Island, Ex on The Beach and Too Hot To Handle (the Netflix show’s Casa Tau villa is currently the most expensive property on AirBnB).
Well, you could stay in this luxury, Casa Tau-esque, villa in Ibiza – if you remortgage your home, that is.
And rightly so: the luxury pad features a glorious 20-metre infinity pool, a sandy beach bar and dreamy roof terrace with a plunge pool to boot.
The villa is definitely not short places to top up your tan (Picture: Dynamic Lives)
The villa boasts eight ensuite bedrooms, each with Apple TV and Sky, and can sleep up to 16 guests in total.
The outdoor areas are genuinely to die for, with a volleyball court for anyone who wants to get active in the sun and loads of comfy seats for dining, lounging and, of course, basking in the Balearic sunshine.
There are eight ensuite bedrooms (Picture: Dynamic Lives)
Speaking of dining, the fully-fitted kitchen is a dreamy amenity if you like to cook, and the multitude of dining areas can seat up to 20 people for evening dinner parties.
Seating and dining areas are aplenty (Picture: Dynamic Lives)
What’s more? The villa even includes a fully sound-proofed nightclub for after hours parties.
So, what’s the catch?
For a seven-night stay, the average Brit is looking at the same price as remortgaging their home.
The villa costs €110,000 (£92,283) per week.
According to Dynamic Lives, the average person could afford if they refinanced their house.
It said: ‘With the average UK home being worth £268,349 and the average mortgage being £137,934 – equating to 49% equity, you could refinance your house to 17% equity to afford a stay at Villa Can Selva.
‘But beware, this would add another 20 years onto your repayment term, based on the average repayment figures.’
Worth it? We’re not sure – but we can dream.
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