Harding’s International Real Estate offer for sale “Port St. Charles 151” in Heywoods, Saint Peter, Barbados.
This is a stunning Lagoon front 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom condo located in the spectacular gated community at Port St. Charles, being sold furnished.
Located close to the main entrance this ground floor unit is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens with the patio looking out to the tranquil waters of the marina’s lagoon.
The kitchen is well appointed and overlooks the living area and terrace. It has an open counter, electric stove and good cabinet space. The living room is cozy and opens out to a small covered terrace with open lounging area, which can also be used for outside dining, just steps away from the waters edge.
The bedroom is very well sized with built in cabinets and the bathroom has a tub shower and large marble tiles.
There are A/C’s and ceiling fans both in the bedroom and living area and the stackable washer/dryer is neatly tucked away just off of the kitchen for use when needed.
Port St, Charles Development is a premier residential marina community with tennis courts, gym, beauty salon, conference facility, beach facility, water taxi service, pools and access to the Pier One Club and restaurant.
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.