Inspired by traditional Caribbean-Colonial design and completed in 2010 this…
Zetlands, St Kitts & Nevis
This enchanting cottage is the quintessential Caribbean Charmer, christened after it’s unique Moon & Stars gingerbread trim. It surveys the horizon from the top of the hill next door to the commanding Dunbar Mill in the desirable enclave of Zetlands – affording breath taking panoramic views of the Atlantic ocean and the islands of Redonda and Antigua beyond.
Traditional in style and oozing charm from every latticed window – you will delight in moulding this once in a lifetime fixer upper into the picture-postcard property it’s waiting to become.
Set in just under one acre of land, it could be a gardener’s dream to turn this blank canvas into a tropical paradise.
The sitting room opens off the verandah with double doors and has a wonderful cathedral ceiling, hung with a chandelier.
The room is divided into seating and dining area and the compact fitted kitchen leads off this room and includes large fridge/Freezer, stove and microwave.
A further sitting room or potential 3rd bedroom is accessed through the sitting room and has a ensuite shower room, which can also be used as the guest powder room.
The master bedroom is spacious with cathedral ceiling, ceiling fan and a lovely polished hardwood floor throughout. It also opens off the main verandah and has the benefit of a small private balcony facing the sea.
The ensuite shower is furnished with a separate shower, WC and vanity and there is a separate walk in dressing room/closet.
The guest bedroom is currently set up as a children’s double bunk room, with two sets of hand crafted wooden bunk beds – the room is large with cathedral ceiling, ceiling fan, and polished hardwood floor.
The ensuite bathroom is fitted with a shower, WC and hand basin and is also plumbed for washing machine and dryer.
Cable & Wireless
Government & Cistern
Exterior: 0.86 Acres / 0.348 Hectare / 37,461 Sq. Feet
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