Notes From The Club
Due in part to their club structure, Legacy Destinations and clubs with similar models have been debated as to whether or not they fit the rather vague destination club definition.
This model was one that did not require the club to purchase any properties, but rather amass a collection of vacation homes by partnering with second home owners and developers who had excess inventory.
The young destination club targeted villas and homes in the $4 million price range, and for every individual or entity that provided the club with a property that met the club's benchmarks, they would receive a free membership in the club.
On the other end of the spectrum, Legacy Destinations would use this growing portfolio of properties to sell memberships like a traditional destination club, charging a membership deposit, annual dues, and nightly fees to parties interested in joining the club.
These two groups of members would share access to the collected portfolio of contributed homes throughout the year. While the general idea of the club was created, none of the specifics regarding membership were ever disclosed. No information was made publicly known regarding membership pricing, usage, resignation, or additional membership details and the club appears to have ceased operations as emails have bounced back and the club's phone line is no longer associated with the club.
As such, there is no information from the club available, but we invite you to learn more about Legacy Destinations through the club's quick links found to the right.