Prepare to be dazzled as you behold this eye catching property and fully appreciate the spectacular transformation of sloping land into a magnificent work of art.
Located at Anse a Liane, about 1 mile north of Colihaut and 9 miles south of Portsmouth, lies this 3/4 acre plot of moderate to steeply sloping land. Bounded by a paved road with all infrastructure (including water and electricity), the property has been designed and created using tons of natural stones. The result is a display of solid retaining walls, beautiful stone terraces, pathways, steps, planters and walkways throughout, all with captivating views of the Caribbean Sea.
A recently renovated house is located on the property providing another venue to admire the cool, calm waters of the Caribbean, not to mention the spectacular sunsets. With a total floor space of 843 sq ft, it comprises 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, living and kitchen areas and a verandah facing the sea.
The floors are tiled throughout and attractive new French hurricane windows in the living room and front bedroom open to these stunning sea views. The open space below the cottage provides 700 sq ft and is under construction for another apartment with 2 bedrooms. There is another building on the property currently being used as storeroom and hurricane shelter.
Leaving the house, beautiful stone walk ways and steps weave their way up paths bordered with flowers, ferns, herbs and arrays of fragrant and ornamental plants. A number of young fruit trees are blended into this nature including mangoes and citrus. Arriving at the top of the property is considered the ultimate retreat into natural peace and serenity and you are assured of outstanding ocean vistas, day or night.
The house and infrastructure withstood two hurricanes without damages! It was reconstructed in such a way that wind and landslides will not impact the structure. There is great potential for the new owners to develop the property further.
|Price:||US$155,000 / €139,000|
|Address:||Anse a Liane|
|Lot Square Feet:||32,000|
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