Unbelievably beautiful land for building homes in peace with astounding views | bordering two large private estates including the ex Prime Minster's exclusive 10 acre estate and Helianthus villa.
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Within walking distance:
Three west coast beaches, Lower Bay, Princess Margaret and Belmont Beach.
Restaurants and bars at Lower Bay and Princess Margaret.
All the restaurants of the harbour are within walking distance.
Lower Bay sports club (tennis and basket ball courts and watersports centre.)
A small grocery shop and a vegetable garden selling fresh produce.
Diving, fishing, sailing.
180 degrees views across Lower Bay and the entire Bequia west coast.
South to West Cay and Moonhole and north over the yachts at anchor at Princess Margaret Bay and Admiralty Harbour.
Lower Bay west coast land is very rarely on the market. These lands are considered the very desirable in Bequia for investors who want the best location, sustained revenue on rented property and growth in land and development prices.
Planning permission in principle obtainable on purchase.
Bequia has a small airport that is serviced by Mustique Airways, SVG air and Grenadines Airways. Two daily flights (50 mins) leave Barbados daily at 1.30 pm and 4.30 pm
For private international jet arrivals Bequia is a short flight away (USD 900 one-way from Canouan - Canouan Island has recently opened its extended airport runway: 5900 ft
A joint Airport expansion project between the Government of Saint Vincent and Canouan Resorts Development Ltd has invested millions to make Canouan Island a true international Airport now allowing aircraft as large as the Boeing 737 and Airbus 320 to land and take off safely. The first G5 took off from Canouan, fully fuelled to London NON-STOP on March 27th, 2008.
BEQUIA Island transfer times:
Barbados - 45 minutes
San Juan - 2 hours (connect from Canouan)
Miami - 3 hours (connect from Canouan)
International Airport St. Vincent
On 16th of August 2006 the Government announced that they are forging ahead with the development of an international airport in St. Vincent.
The Grenadines are in the early stages of 10-year economic boom so growth here is especially attractive. With the success of Mustique Island, and Raffles Resort (voted one of the ten best in the world by the Telegraph May 08) and the Grenadines Estate villa development in Canouan there is much to be excited about, as this island develops further toward the ideals of its neighbors while keeping its barefoot, low-key, ambience.