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The site of the old Rose and Crown, a uniquely English bar located south of Fitts Village in St James Barbados.
 
Directly across the road from the beach this 13,000sq ft of land is neatly divided into what seems precisely two thirds and one third by the road where the bar once operated from and where the building itself remains.
 
 
An ideal location for any type of development as there is both a commercial and residential aspect to the land permissions.
 
 
Close to all things west coast and such restaurants as The Cliff and La Cabanne, a newly developed high end beach bar/bistro reminding one of St Marteen. Other bars and restaurants can be found in Holetown. In fact there is all manner of high end restaurant and eateries there.
 
Beach side dining at The Tides and two doors down the more casual Zaccios.
The Limegrove Entertainment Centre has everything from a rum shop to Thai at Lemongrass and the most wonderfu Bistro in Relish.
 
 
All manner of water sports are on ones' doorstep and Golf is playable at Sandy Lane and Royal Westmoreland.
Tennis is everywhere nowadays, squash not far away and paddle tennis is now even available.
 
 
Grantley Adams International Airport is twenty five minutes away and the capital city of Bridgetown only about ten minutes drive.
The land itself is rectangular in shape sloping gently from the road side.
 
 
On the land currently there is the building of the old Rose and Crown and behind that is a three bed apartment on a first floor, and two apartments on the ground floor with a charming outdoor sundeck and covered area.
 
 
An ideal plot of land to develop into residential, commercial or a mix of both.
 

Key Information

Property ID: 37441226
Location: Barbados, Saint James, Fitts
Categories:
  • House
  • House
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Price:
  • £659,120
  • €734,030
  • $895,000
Short Description:

Directly across the road from the beach this 13,000sq ft of land is neatly divided into what seems precisely two thirds and one third by the road where the bar once operated from and where the building itself remains.