Mount Edgecombe

Mount Edgecombe


Price: $4,000,000.00
6 Bedrooms / 6 Baths
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Property Description


Mount Edgecombe Plantation provides a rare opportunity to own an original working West Indian plantation estate set in nearly 30 acres of un-spoilt verdant tropical orchards and gardens. Thoughtfully restored and refurbished the estate can accommodate 12 guests in six wonderful en suite bedrooms, with the addition of two jaw dropping infinity pools this property would provide a dream authentic plantation lifestyle or even the foundation of a unique boutique hotel estate. Just 45 minutes from the airport Edgecombe transports you to a bygone era where your morning coffee is from the plantation groves and the mangoes and pineapples are picked fresh that morning.
Proposed Eco Friendly Land Development Concept:
This ancient plantation house, an hour north of St George’s, is being restored to become a unique ‘eco-spa’, opening in 2008. Guest rooms will be simply furnished; some with sea-view terraces and all backing onto colorful, luxuriant gardens and the mountains beyond.

Property Features

  • Sold "As is"
  • Wood floors
  • Microwave oven
  • Range and oven
  • Furnished
  • Kitchen isle
  • swimming pool
  • Swimming pool view
  • Garden view
  • Hill/mountain view
  • View of the plains
  • Scenic view
  • Two story
  • Agricultural
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