Harding’s International Real Estate offers for sale “B105” at Sugar Hill in St James, Barbados.
This elegantly furnished two bedroom, two bathroom apartment has a great location within the well known, gated residential development of Sugar Hill, a John Lloyd Tennis resort in St James.
The ground floor position makes for easy access to the gardens and extensive swimming pool and surrounding deck. Occupying the north end of Block B, 105 is only a 2-minute stroll to the club house, main swimming pool, gym and tennis courts. Fully furnished and well equipped, B105 offers comfortable island living in a tranquil and secure environment close to the beach and all the amenities at Holetown.
SUGAR HILL ESTATE
Sugar Hill Estate spans across 50 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds spectacularly set on an elevated ridge that overlooks the West Coast of Barbados and allows for unrivalled views of the Caribbean Sea. All residents at Sugar Hill can enjoy resort amenities such as tennis, swimming pools, gym and clubhouse restaurant. There is 24-hour security and is conveniently located just 5 minutes from superb beaches, shops, restaurants and banking in and around Holetown.
Barbados is the number 1 destination in the Caribbean for UK residents, with daily direct flights bringing over 1 million visits annually!
The Caribbean island offers sunshine everyday, all year round, with constant trade winds offering cool breezes to keep the temperature around 28C during the day and around 23C at night. This is one of the many reasons we, at Harding’s International enjoy being on the island in any given month through the year.
December to May in Barbados are mainly the driest of months, while afternoon rain showers fall during the months of June to November. Although the rain can sometimes be a heavy tropical rain storm, these are often welcome to cool down from the warming sun and nearly always only last up to 30 minutes.
Whether you’re a welcomed customer, client or friend of Harding’s International, a well-loved tourist, or a laid back, loyal local – there really is something for everyone on the idyllic island of Barbados. Rolling lush hills, flourishing botanical gardens, colonial plantation homes, dramatic cliff lined coasts, world-class restaurants, spectacular flat, calm beaches and a varied cultural calendar in which fish festivals and reggae carnivals sit alongside sailing, cricket and polo tournaments.