Harding’s International Real Estate offer for sale “Port St. Charles 163” in Heywoods, Saint Peter, Barbados.
A fantastic lagoon front villa in the sought after Port St. Charles residential marina.
Peaceful and private, Apartment 163 is located on the southern end of the development with wonderful vistas of the lagoon. The villa offers 3 floors of idyllic Caribbean living with the main kitchen, living and dining areas on the ground floor, two guests rooms with en suite bathrooms on the first floor and the master suite with en suite bathroom and private terrace on the top floor.
On the ground floor the living room opens to a covered patio area which leads out to an uncovered terrace with plunge pool. Just a few steps farther is your own 60ft berth for your boat of choice.
Port St. Charles offers a host of amenities including a gym, tennis court and salon. There is an ‘island’ pool and bar in the middle of the marina for residents only. The yacht club has a fabulous restaurant and a boutique clothing store.
Offered furnished and equipped.
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.