Welcome to this stunning 4 bedroom, 2-storey house located on the Caribbean Island of Dominica.

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This 4226 sq.ft. home built in 2000, was extensively renovated with added extensions in 2018.

Over 10,000 sq.ft. surround the house, with a manicured landscape of citrus trees and flower gardens. Enjoy the lush Caribbean scenery on one of the 5 balconies, enjoying the Picard River or the peak of Morne Balven as nearby sights.

This house comes with comfort and beautiful architecture, excessive space and also offers the owner flexibility and freedom with 3 apartments over two floors; each apartment has a separate kitchen. Throughout the whole house there are 5 bathrooms, a laundry room, and an extra bed/ living room, each room has air conditioning. Use the whole house or separate the units, attractive for rental/holiday home potential.

The sandy beaches are just a 5 minute walk from the home and the Edvard Olive Leblanc Highway is just 2 minutes away. Road access is maintained well.

This fully furnished house is available for US$500,000.00

Main Features:

4-Bedrooms in whole house

5 bathrooms in whole house

3 kitchens

Flexibility of 3 separate apartments

Holiday home rental potential

Just five-minute walk to beach

Multiple Balconies with stunning views

Diving and snorkeling only 20 minutes away

About the area

Pristine and well preserved, there is no better place to immerse into authentic Caribbean culture than on Dominica. Dominica is situated at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, lying between the two French island of Guadeloupe to the north and Martinigue to the south.  The island is 29 miles long and 16 miles wide.  The highest mountain, Morne Diablotin is 4,747 feet.  Rich in natural beauty, the nature island has small coastal towns, rugged mountains, friendly people, abundant seas and a river for each year.

On November 3, 1978, the island attained its independence from Britain. The new era of freedom and independence brought increased challenges as well as economic and political struggles. By the mid-1980s, though, Dominica had settled down as a stable and peaceful country. The success of the banana trade, the island’s major export, brought economic buoyancy to the island. By 1992, however, Dominica saw sharp declines in banana exports with the loss of its preferential access on the UK market.

Today, the Government of Dominica is investing heavily in tourism to drive economic development, focusing on the island’s unsurpassed natural beauty, and the popularity of diving, hiking, wellness and eco-tours.

Whether exploring pristine coral reefs teeming with life, laying in the cool tranquility behind a rainforest waterfall, or reconnecting with a world full of unique history and authentic Caribbean culture—there are so many ways to discover Dominica.

The Waitukubuli Trail located in Dominica is the longest hiking trail in the Caribbean. At 115 miles long it is made of 14 segments, beginning in the southern village of Scott’s Head, and ending in the north at Cabrit’s National Park.

The native Dominicans speak English as their national language and a dialect called patois due to the French influence.

IMPORTANT ADVISORY: Before any person purchases real estate in Dominica, the Physical Planning Division should be consulted to find out if the property is part of an approved subdivision, if applicable, or if their intended use of the property conforms to the official land use and development plan for the area.  Visit the Physical Planning Division website for guidance.


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