- FOR SALE Hope Estate Hillsborough, Tobago The Hope Estate land development promises to be one of the most exciting and valuable developments on the idyllic Caribbean island of Tobago. The result of the creative mind of Colin Laird, who is regarded as one of the most revered and respected architects in the Caribbean, the development encompasses over 50 acres of untouched natural beauty at the very edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
Description The property itself is subdivided into 114 individual home sites with direct access from the main eastern coast road of the island. The area is a seamless blend of flat land mixed with gentle slopes and provides the most interesting views of the ocean, the natural rainforest, the river and the 7-acre open recreational space that will include the communal facilities of a clubhouse, tennis courts and a central pool. The estate has been expertly planned to balance man and nature and offers not only the advantage of fully subterranean utilities but also the retreat of open, green landscaped areas, walking paths and meandering watercourses. There is also a continuous tropical breeze from the rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean and the beachfront is a mere minuteâ€™s walk from the property. Complete security is a central concern for the development team and as such the property will be gated and allow only two points of access. In addition, there will be a full guard service and mobile patrol as well as appropriate lighting throughout the internal road network. With extremely favorable financing terms, lot sizes begin at 10,000 square feet with prices ranging between TT$35 and TT$70 per square foot. Phase 1 which encompasses 46 home sites was only recently launched and 60% have already been taken! Contact us today for a full price list and to start the journey to owning your very own little piece of heaven!
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Published on Nov 1, 2011