Fantastic investment opportunity located at Brighton Estate on the former grounds of Brighton sugar plantation established circa 1704.
Nestled in beautiful mature gardens extending to 3.73 acres, the property built in 1995 comprises five self-catering, self-contained apartments located in one large plantation style building.
The 'Mule House' has operated as self-catering accommodation for tourists for nearly two decades attracting visitors from all over the world, with many repeat visitors holidaying year after year in the well-appointed spacious accommodation. The property has also provided a very comfortable family home for the present owners who are now retiring. The substantial, handsome well maintained property offers scope to further develop the tourism sector accommodation and has great potential for several kinds of commercial or residential initiatives.
Brighton Estate located on the Atlantic coastline between Cayon and Ottleys villages provides easy access to Basseterre, Frigate Bay and the Southeast Peninsular as well as the more rural communities. Cayon village is also developing into a university hub courtesy of Windsor Medical School with its growing campus and need for both accommodation and other social infrastructure, which with the appropriate entrepreneur could be achieved via this site. The property boasts sweeping views up to Mount Liamuga and across the sea towards St Barts and St Martin.
Also located within the 3.73 acre grounds are the remains of several buildings historically connected with sugar production that presently enhance the sustainable tourism enterprise and could provide the sites for development into additional accommodations subject to usual planning consent.
Comprehensive property details are available upon request for serious enquirers.
Asking price: US$2.5 million