Christophe Harbour, the 2,500-acre resort and super-yacht marina destination on the eastern Caribbean island of St Kitts, has its new Upper Pavilion Hill enclave.
The new sites, priced between USD1.25million and USD1.85 million, provide 180-degree views of the Caribbean and the Atlantic, and at larger than one acre per site, are among the largest offered for sale in the region. With natural protection afforded by the hillside location, the sites also afford owners the ultimate in privacy as no home will ever be built above.
As with all homesites and villas at Christophe Harbour, the Upper Pavilion Hill lots benefit from around the clock security and the entire area is protected from over-development to ensure residents continue to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings of the peninsula.
Two of the eight sites have already been sold and high demand for the remaining six is anticipated.
“The previous two Pavilion Hill releases sold quickly, and we anticipate this phase of Upper Pavilion Hill homesites will prove equally popular,” says Christophe Harbour CEO, Charles “Buddy” Darby III. “These sites are among the most beautiful plots we have available, with stunning views of both the Atlantic and the Caribbean, and like all of the real estate offerings at Christophe Harbour, they benefit from the resort’s world class amenities.”
The master-planned resort community at Christophe Harbour, with direct airlift from the US, Canada, and UK, sets a new standard for Caribbean luxury living. More than USD500 million has already been invested in the community.
Their mindful and long-term approach to creating a sustainable community has been honed after thirty years invested in developing the legendary community at Kiawah Island, South Carolina in addition to the hotel and residential resort at Doonbeg, Ireland.
Purchasers also have the benefit of eligibility for the Citizenship by Investment Programme of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis. With this, they are entitled to visa-free travel to more than 120 countries, no residency requirements, and dual and lifetime citizenship for themselves and eligible family members.
Owners can opt to utilize their own architectural and design teams or utilize the expert services from Christophe Harbour’s preferred list of builders and architects. For homesites, the time from site acquisition to completion of a custom-built home can be as little as 18 months.
Currently there is no time limit to start or complete construction on a homesite.
“Our aim has been to create a stunning resort community with low-rise and low-impact buildings, using indigenous architecture and materials—a place for families or individual visitors to soak up the Caribbean atmosphere and enjoy a wide range of activities and attractions,” says Darby. “The Upper Pavilion Hill homesites are a welcome addition to our already robust real estate offering and provide the perfect foundation on which owners can build their own Caribbean dream.”