Saphyr Estate

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  • Price: US$3,500,000

Land Size: 110 acres

Property Description

 

The land is located at ‘Sapphire Estate’ in the quarter of Laborie at Land Registry as Block No. 0620B Parcel Nos. 192 and 193. The property measures approximately 110 acres with customary rights to over 20 acres of Queen’s Chain.

Nestled in the South West corner of St. Lucia with stunning Caribbean Sea Views ,Sapphire Estate provides either a good investment opportunity close to the Ritz-Carlton project or an escape from what by some is considered to be the hustle and bustle of the north.

The gradual sloping gradient of the land allows for spectacular views that not only include the majestic twin peaks of Gros Piton and Petit Piton, but also, indulge in the beautiful sunset of the Caribbean Sea and the neighboring island of St. Vincent.

This estate is situated in a fantastic location in Laborie. Laborie is both a small village and a district, where you can still discover the real Saint Lucia. Known island-wide for friendly people and rich traditions, Laborie has been a fishing village since the Amerindians discovered the reef-protected bay. Conch shells still blow every day as the fishermen arrive with their fresh catch. This historic and scenic community of beautiful beaches and lush vegetation is also one of the best places to experience the island’s nature and explore its diverse fauna and flora. Laborie is only 20 minutes from the main airport and offers a totally unique experience.

White and black sand beaches, hot springs and waterfalls, cool mountains and warm valleys awaken the senses just a few minutes away. Sapphire Estate helps those looking for authentic and romantic escape to create their own legend.

 

Property Highlights

 

  • Spectacular views of the majestic twin peaks Gros Piton and Petit Piton
  • Breathtaking sunset over the Caribbean Sea and neighbouring island of St. Vincent
  • 20 minutes’ drive from the international airport
  • Offers a totally unique experience and romantic escape