Harding’s International Real Estate offer for sale “Schooner Bay 303” in Saint Peter, Barbados.
This luxurious 2-story beachfront penthouse is in the exclusive Schooner Bay Development near historic Speightstown on the northern end of the Island.
In a low-density building with just four floors, the unit features high ceilings and luxurious finishes. The wide, covered terrace stretches the length of the unit, offering ample outdoor living space and outstanding sea views, ideal for sunset cocktails or al fresco dining on a breezy tropical evening.
All bedrooms feature ensuite bathrooms and central air-conditioning.
Schooner Bay is an exclusive residential development of only thirty apartments, surrounding a free form tiled swimming pool, Jacuzzi and poolside gazebo. There is a gym on site. The wide beach is sandy and offers excellent swimming. Cobblers Cove Hotel is located just south of Schooner Bay and just north is the historic town of Speightstown – both within easy walking distance.
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.