Contemporary homes are built everyday and are being offered up for sale on the market all over the world. However, historical buildings are a scarcity. Once owned by slave owners and partially destroyed by hurricane Maria this plantation home is wet within 2.04 acres of lush vegetation.
With exposed stonework and rounded walls, the interior features 3 bedrooms, each bedroom has its own bathroom on suite. In addition to this it features a kitchen, library, powder room and a grand living area to entertain guests for any event.
The verandah is large enough to enjoy the serenity of nature and all that it has to offer with friends and loved ones while sipping on a beverage.
Though the house was purchased in its original form the owners did some repairs but kept the historical concept.
The top floor is accessed via a wooden internal staircase. There are Jalousie windows throughout with an old maids’ quarter at the back of the house.
Not only is the garden beautifully kept with flowers and palm trees, there are a number of fruit trees such as cherry guava, lime, soursop, mango and pear trees to name a few.
With such unique character and richness in history, the property would make not only a fabulous vacation home but also an ideal rental property.
Within close proximity to the Douglas Charles Airport and the capital city of Roseau approximately 25 minutes away.
So, for investors thinking of buying property in the Caribbean with an eye for historical real estate, here is your opportunity to purchase 2.04 acres of prime real estate.