Must Sell Property Near Kingstown, ST. VINCENT, Saint Vincent
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 0 Acres
- Secure Gated Grounds
- SOLD STC
- Potential Rental Income
- New Aiport Opening soon..
- View today & make your offer
- Short 2 minute walk to Beach
Offers Invited & Available Today
House 1675 sq ft House & Land 6601 sq ft This property could easily be yours, close to the beach, looked after and in immaculate condition, ready to move in to and available now. Please contact the team today and we can arrange a viewing to suit.
- Beautifully Presented with Cool Terrace
- Mountain and Ocean Views
- Lawned Gardens and Palms
- Quiet and Relaxed Setting
- Short 2 Minute Walk to the Beach
- International Airport
- Palm Trees in mature garden
- Pirates of the Caribbean filmed on St Vincent
Short Distance from the Beach
To dip your toes in the ocean, a short 2 minute walk takes you to the nearby natural black sand beach.
New Airport Opening Soon
With the opening of the new airport on the island there will be a greater influx of tourists and accommodation for vacation and residential will be in demand.
A small neighbourhood, with very little traffic in the vicinity is a quiet place to reside. There are two outside entrances being one small gate and a large steel gate at the front of the property. It is situated approximately 40 minutes from Kingstown and within easy distance from the New International Airport proposed to complete by the end of 2012. There is a supermarket, bus stop, gas station and police station in close proximity to this property.
There are security bars on all windows and doors.
There is electricity and piped water. Cable TV and phone lines are supplied but no internet or computers are in the house. There is level ground for easy parking.
Kingstown is built in a grid, with the harbour to the left as you face out to sea and the cathedrals to your right. Bustling but never too busy Kingstown has great markets, a museum, covered walkways and stone arches that characterize the streets in the main shopping area. A fort sits high on the bluff above Kingstown, a majority of the buildings being built from rough local volcanic stone. The harbour area houses ferrys, occasional cruise ships and fishing boats. 19th century warehouses built using ballast from the boats that transported sugar, cotton and arrowroot to Europe can be found close to the harbour area. It is obvious here to see the European colonial history of the island.