Surrounded by shallow bright Caribbean waters, in just about the safest place to live in the world, this three bedroom, modern home offers a life of beauty culture and adventure.
Prime location with 330 ft border with the oceanfront
Exquisite views over coral reefs and the Grenadine Islands.
35 ft swimming pool.
Waterfront land reaches the sea.
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living, dining, kitchen.
Parking for two cars.
1.3 acre plot of manicured gardens.
Distance to Grenada 35 nautical miles
Distance to Mustique 50 nautical miles
Distance to Petit St Vincent 7 nautical miles
Access via Grenada International Airport to Carriacou airport.
One need only look at comparables
below to see that this is a rare and important opportunity to buy beachfront
Caribbean real estate at a 70% reduction from market value. The house has a
rental yield potential of 4%.
Grenadines waterfront land is
incredibly desirable and rarely available. This waterfront asset on Carriacou
is most important from an investment point of view because of the proximity of
the International Airport on Grenada, the nearby ‘out of this world’ boating
locations in the Grenadines called the Tobago Cays and the uber luxurious
restaurants on the island of Petit. St Vincent. More significantly though this
is the number one place to invest because of the three major new developments
in the area;
extension of the Carriacou airport to accommodate up to
the Dash-8 aircraft to create an area for private jet parking and upgrade
emergency response facilities & equipment.
development ofthe Carriacou
Marina called Tyrell Bay Marina will provide berthing for
over a 100 boats, Cafe, Workshops, Office space, a Gas Station and Duty Free
Shop. The project costing in
excess of US$ 20 million will be completed by Q1 2017.
3.The development of the Port Louis Grenada
with Camper and Nicholson which includes a marina with 350 slips and
yachting facilities for yachts up to 100 metres, 36 lots for individual houses,
200 residential, 120 room 5-star hotel and a Wellness center.
Bequia 3 bed villa, 3000 sq ft,
0.67 acres, waterfront property.
Achieved a price of US$ 3,5m in 2013
representing a capital value of
$ 1166 per sq ft.
Grenada La Luna, 5 bed villa, 3545
sq ft, 0.8 acres, waterfront property.
Achieved price of $ 3,6m capital
value of $1015 per sq ft.
Carriacou Point Blanc, 3 bed
villa, 4,678 sq ft, 1.3 acres, waterfront property.
US$ 695,000 representing a capital value of
$150 per sq ft.
Carriacou property 5 bedroom, 5683 sq
ft, 3 acres, waterfront property.
Available for $3.57m, representing a
capital value on the property of
$628 per sq ft.
“"I emerge from the water
and realize that I may be on one of the most beautiful beaches in the
Caribbean. Paradise Beach, Carriacou, in fact."
“Cooperation is the spirit of this 13-square-mile island, the largest in
the Grenadine chain, 23 miles northeast of Grenada.”
The New York Times
Carriacou is a tropical home for several hundred expats and a community of educated, kind and hard working indigenous people.
Being largely off the
tourist track means that the approximately 6,000 inhabitants live their lives
un-self-consciously, fishing and farming, sustained by the natural beauty of
bounteous vegetation, the strength of family and the survival of African and
colonial ritual and myth undiluted by tourists' tastes and inclinations.
The nutrient rich Guyana current
flows over Grenada and Carriacou’s volcanic coastlines, contributing to a
healthy and varied coral reef environment that has few equals in the Caribbean.
The largest island
in the Grenadines and officially part of Grenada, Carriacou has forest-covered
hills that roll down to immaculate beaches. Its name means 'land of the reefs',
and it is surrounded by great snorkelling spots. The ruins of sugar mills are
dotted all over the island. The capital and biggest settlement, Hillsborough,
dates back to the 18th century, when the naval commander Sir Ralph Abercromby
set up camp here in order to attack the Spanish in the Americas.
The island has a doctor's clinic and a small hospital equipped for minor operations. Twenty minutes by sea ambulance on the mainland is the St Georges Hospital. The island provides for a full, fun and safe life in the tropics and is written about regularly by its residents and journalists who travel the world and choose Carriacou as one of their favourite places in the world. The island must be experienced, it is quite simply one of the most beautiful places on earth.