Located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods on Nevis, this quintessential beach cottage has magazine-house qualities right near the sea. This type of very unique beachfront property seldom becomes available on Nevis, so for buyers looking at beachfront this is not to be missed. House is set back from the sea, but property runs down to the water allowing for private gate and access to the beach. Private gazebo for gazing at the sea, sunset, or seeking out the Milky Way, is mid-way in the yard.
Age: Built in 1985
Contractor: Built by Noral Lescott, including pool and renovations.
Great Room: Living room (13’ x 11’) and kitchen are combined in a large great room
Kitchen: Open space (9’ x 16’) that includes gas range, refrigerator and microwave, and mahogany open bar area.
Outdoor Veranda: Screened outdoor veranda totaling 615 sq. ft. stretching across the seaside of the house by 46’, creating perfect outdoor living area and dining for large or small parties.
Bedrooms: Two bedrooms of equal slze flank the great room, one with a four-poster bed, the other with twins. Both have newly-renovated ensuite bathrooms (2013) with large walk-in showers.
Pool: L-shaped pool with coping made of local volcanic stone; recent addition to house.
Laundry: Washer and Dryer available.
Water: Nevis public water plus 10,000-gallon back-up cistern.
Electric: Nevis Electricity Company
Construction: Block and masonry
Other Comments: Quiet neighborhood of year-round and rental homes, just a short walk from Nisbet Plantation with its beautiful beaches, restaurants, Thursday night beach BBQ, and live music. Tea is also served daily at the Nisbet Great House. House has its own outdoor BBQ, sundeck area, separate gazebo with great views of the sea, and is surrounded by wooded fences and gardens, giving the house a very cottage feel. Tucked on its own private acre on a private drive used primarily by homeowners of the Blue Crescent neighborhood. Property being sold is two plots: one on which the house is located is one-half acre; a second half-acre runs down to the water and is deed restricted in perpetuity so that nothing can be built there. All of the three house plots on the sea to the left of this house have this arrangement, so nothing will be built on the four beach-frontage sites.
Updated on June 1, 2019 at 5:47 pm