Spring break is right around the corner and the timing could not be better. Stimulus checks have been hitting bank accounts since late last week. To recap (depending on income); each person receives $1400, including dependents/kids. So your family of four can expect a check or direct deposit of $5600. That chunk of change can fund a much needed spring break after the toxic cesspool that was 2020. 2021 has to be better. Take that $5600 and invite 28 more people to join you and your family to have a ball at this Air BnB that sleeps 32!

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This is the definition of don't judge a book by its cover. This exterior leaves much to be desired. Drab white siding with a brownish trim hardly makes the heart flutter. But like the wise street merchant once said in Aladdin, "Do not be fooled by its commonplace appearance. Like so many things, it is not what is outside, but what is inside that counts."

When you step inside this massive house you are greeted with a chic, yet cozy aesthetic. The living area has a mounted television, two couches, a fireplace, and a book corner with elevated seating. That's the cutest part, I'd say. Reminds me of Harry Potter under the stairs cupboard without the sadness and neglect.

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Clearly 32 people can't fit in the living room all at once, but that's what spacious kitchens are for. The dining table is equipped with 5 chairs and a bench that seats 3. An additional 4 seats line the kitchen island in the form of stools. So there are plenty of spots to spread out. I'd be sitting at the island because that's likely where the alcohol would be most accessible. It's perfect as a little bar setup.

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But now for the entire point of this house's existence. Your party of 32 can still maintain social distance if they so choose in the gorgeous ballroom perfect for all kinds of dancing. Line, break, square, freeform; there's space for it all. Even a DJ setup if that tickles your fancy.

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Eight nights in this hardly humble abode will run you right around $5400 after taxes, fees, and deposits. Not too shabby, especially if your friends chip in some of their stimmy money. Then you just have to stock up on food and booze. I'm not saying it's the most responsible use of stimulus cash, but it's definitely the most fun. Check out the rest of this spring break ready home here.

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