It’s so secret, in fact, that would-be renters will have to leave it up to their imagination to picture this Yosemite vacation home–this is the only photo attached to the listing.
One could see that as a handicap for the property owner, but I see it as a carrot dangling in front of a hungry rabbit. If a person wants to know more, all s/he has to do is ask. And this particular home just happens to be located inside Yosemite National Park.
“Here you will see Yosemite Falls, Half Dome and El Capitan. Glacier Point is east. Here you can look down on Yosemite Valley and Vernal and Nevada Falls. Going south, see the giant redwoods in the Mariposa Grove.”
What else is there to know? The home is on a hill elevated at 6,000 feet. Your neighbors are ravens, deer, coyotes and bears. A great room spills light through the windows. One of the rooms is handicapped accessible.
Can you picture it? You’re so cruel property owner, teasing us with the vacation home‘s glory.
Tell us: Has this tactic worked for anyone else?