Castles in Paradise Villa 5 Vieux-Fort, St Lucia, St Lucia
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 0 Acres
- 2240 Sq Ft
- Communal Pool
- FOR SALE
- Landscaped Grounds
- 7 mins from Vieux Fort
- Ideal vacation property
- 5 mins from International Airport
Castles in Paradise Villa Vieux Fort St.Lucia Furnished Luxury Villa 2 Bedrooms
This distinctive villa is situated in a private gated community overlooking the ocean. The quality of the finish is of a high standard as are the furnishings within which are included in the sale.
The villa is located not far from the community pool and has views from the terrace of nearby Savannes Bay and the ocean beyond.
Close to Town & International Airport
Just a 5 minute drive from Hewanorra International Airport and 7 minute drive to the town of Vieux Fort.
Solar Water Heating & Ample Storage
The water is heated by a solar system and the water storage facilities are ample.
Fully Furnished & Ready to Move In
The house is beautifully furnished and has been decorated in a classical, relaxed caribbean style.
Secure, Gated Community
This private secure estate upon which this property belongs has well maintained grounds, a central pool and bar facilities.
Alien Landholding Licence
Foreigners must apply to the Ministry of Planning for an Alien Landholding Licence which costs EC$1,500, is non-refundable and does not need renewing. The process takes up to 16 weeks as the application is vetted by the Physical Planning Office of the Ministry of Physical Development, Environment & Housing, approved by the Prime Ministers Office and finally by the Office of the Attorney General.
Your locally appointed lawyer will make the application for the Alien Landholding Licence on your behalf. Along with your completed application you will need to provide the lawyer with the following information:
Certificate of character for each applicant (from your local police station)
A bank reference
A copy of your passport data page
Full set of fingerprints (from your local police station)
4 passport size pictures of each applicant
Full details of the proposed property or land purchase (including a survey plan and land register of the property (from the Vendor) and a value assessment of the land or property (although the value assessment may not be necessary
Receipt proving payment of application fee
Initial approval from the Development Control Authority (this may not be necessary).
In addition to the application fee for the Alien Landholding Licence, the following fees are applicable depending on the land area of your property.
Land Area (in acres) Price (in EC$)
Under 1 $5000
There is no standard procedure on this, but common practice is to offer 10% of the purchase price as a deposit, which is forfeited if the buyer pulls out. If the vendor pulls out then the buyers 10% is returned as well as 10% from the vendor plus an additional penalty of 10%. In the unlikely event that the Alien's Landholding Licence is not granted, then the deposit is refunded.