Three Towers villa – US$475,000

A charming private villa over looking Hillsborough Bay and the out islands. Nestled into the hillside among tall palms and jungle trees.

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Three Towers is located on Lot 42A, some 25,800 sq ft of land in Cherry Hill Phase 2 which was  once part of the Craigston Estate, and is located some 1.5 miles to the north of the main town of Hillsborough. (See location 6 on Map of Carriacou.) Access is via a twin, concrete track, estate road, leading off the Government maintained road from Craigston to Windward. The house was completed in 1999 and in 2008 underwent some improvements.


Three Towers is a charming private villa over looking Hillsborough Bay and the out islands. Nestled into the hillside amongst tall palms and jungle trees, Three Towers offers complete privacy and comfort. Listen to the birds singing and watch the iguanas in the tree tops sunning themselves. The villa gets its name from the design which includes one large and two smaller towers. The large tower is above the multi-purpose room and the two smaller ones above the ensuite showers. The private drive leads right up under the deck of the house where there is a turning/parking place.


The accommodation is arranged on two floors. As you enter the villa the main floor consists of an open plan living/dining/kitchen, a laundry room and two ensuite double bedrooms. Both bedrooms and the living area open onto the greenheart, wooden terrace which runs the full length of the house. On the second floor, accessed via a very attractive spiral staircase, is a multi-purpose room which could be a third bedroom, study, TV room or artist studio.


Under the house there is plenty of storage and parking.


Electricity is provided by Grenlec Telephone and Internet by LIME (formerly Cable & Wireless) Cable TV by Flow Water is stored in a concrete cistern under the house and pumped to the outlets on demand

Freehold price for the house and land US$475,000

Legal Requirements

Non-Nationals must apply for an Aliens’ Land Holding Licence to purchase land and property in Grenada. This is a one-off government tax on foreigners buying land and property and is normally granted without complication. At present this tax is levied at 10% of the agreed purchase price. If required, Carriacou Real Estate Ltd can advise on all aspects of purchasing and the appointment of a local lawyer. Our sister company Down Island Ltd offers a full property management and rental service.