It’s not often that a traditional West Cottage in perfect condition with updated amenities becomes available, but here is Soursop Lane. This delightful two-bedroom hideaway is surrounded by mature gardens and colorful trees artfully arranged in the garden to frame views of the sea. Nearby in the yard is an old stone cattle pen, which would be the perfect location for a future garden pool, or even a guest cottage. Experience the taste of the authentic Nevis in this wonderful wooden abode, located down a quiet private lane.
Age: Built in 2000
Living Room/Kitchen: Spacious open-plan living/dining/kitchen with a quaint Nevisian charm; wooden plank and Mexican saltillo tile floors; doors and windows are made of traditional wooden louvers.
Bedrooms: Two similar-sized rooms separated by a long hallway, a laundry room that leads to the back yard, and a bathroom with walk-in shower.
Additional rooms: Laundry room and garden storage with door that leads out into the back yard and to a garden potting shed.
Contractor: Owner with Phillip Walters and Richard English
Roof: Galvanized steel
Utilities: Public water, electric.
Cable: Cable and satellite TV and high-speed Internet
Other Details: Lovely country property with sea views. Private location with a only a few neighbors nearby. Garden is mature and plentiful with palms, bougainvilla, jasmine, frangiapani, and other fruit-bearing trees. The house is located on the windward side of the island overlooking the sea from 700 ft. elevation. It is very near shopping at Best Buy in Gingerland; just a short drive to Windward Beach; about 12 minutes drive to beaches at Nisbet.
Updated on May 14, 2019 at 1:53 am