Villas on the GreenRef.No.: PLC010
Island: St. Lucia
Area: Cap Estate
When completed, Villas on the Green will feature 75 luxury homes. Already complete are 20 townhouses, some of which already are occupied. There are also six private villas on lots ranging from 10,951 sq. ft. to 17,825 sq. ft. available for sale.
With each home having a distinct view of the golf course, their own beauty is not to be understated. Tiled roof tops, coral accented walls for a classic Caribbean finish. The interior features marble finished bathrooms, granite kitchen counters and all major appliances. Each villa has the added luxury of its own plunge pool.
Villas on the Green Member Clubhouse is an attraction upon itself with a comprehensive list of facilities including tennis court, fitness centre, pool, bar and cafe all creatively laid out within beautifully landscaped grounds.
All owners of villas also benefit from automatic membership at the St. Lucia Golf & Country Club and have open access to Cotton Bay Hotel, a plantation style luxury hotel community on Cas-en-bas beach. Owners opting for the Villas on the Green dedicated rental management program are assisted in every way to help maximize their investment returns on their property in their absence.
Prices start at US$ 555.000 and include all major appliances. Modern furniture packages are also available.
The Villas’ 75 luxury units pepper the edges of St. Lucia’s championship golf course & country club in Cap Estate, to the northern end of the island. Just 5 minutes from every convenience, escape and comfort, Villas on the Green is a short drive away from the mile of golden sand of Cas-en-bas Beach, historic Pigeon Island national landmark, the site of St. Lucia Jazz, Rodney Bay Marina and Rodney Bay Village. The nearby beach lures windsurfers and is ideal for horse-back riders and romantic evening walks while the sun sets against the hill tops.
The members clubhouse including a modern, well equipped fitness centre, tennis courts, bistro, expresso bar and infinity edge pool is due to be completed by the end of 2008.
Area Cap Estate