Flash Sale: Don’t Miss Out

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So last month we told you about a flash sale happening over at Virgin Grand Estates. Our friend John Daly is offering several prime lots in this gated community for sale at a pretty rock bottom price. Since we first mentioned the sale, there has been great interest and there are even a few lots under contract. So we wanted to again let you all know about the sale, so you don’t miss out.

These lots are a great opportunity for those of us living on St. John or repeat vacationers, who have a desire to build a home on island. They are also good for builders and investors looking for raw land investments. Buying a lot in a gated St. John subdivision at such a great price gives investors a great upside potential and little to no downside risk. Just saying…

So, again, here are the details. And please remember, these lots will only be available at these low prices through November.

Originally developed over a decade ago, Virgin Grand Estates is located directly above Great Cruz Bay and the Westin Beach Resort. The lush tropical landscaping and panoramic hillside views are ideally suited for luxurious vacation homes. Situated on St. John’s exclusive southwest shore, homeowners at Virgin Grand Estates are treated to some of the most spectacular island sunsets on St. John and the Virgin Islands. There are 99 lots in Virgin Grand Estates. Of those, some are still available. Check out this map of available parcels:

Updated Lot Map

Lots 8, 9 and 35 are listed for $125,000. Lots 5, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 94 are listed for $155,000. 

Some of St. John’s finest and most attractive villas are located in Virgin Grand Estates. The villas all face south-southwest and are bathed in sunlight. They also have the most spectacular views that span from Little St. James to Lovango and numerous smaller cays.

Here are a few facts about the lots for sale in Virgin Grand Estates:

What is the average lot size?
Lots in the Virgin Grand Estates average one half acre.

How many lots are in Virgin Grand Estates?
There are 99 lots in Virgin Grand.

How many lots are already built upon in Virgin Grand Estates?
Currently, there are 22 homes either built or under construction in Virgin Grand Estates.

What is the slope of the land?
The Land in Virgin Grand is moderately sloped affording breathtaking, unobstructed views over neighboring villas. (very moderate compared to much of St John)

What are the views?
Virgin Grand Estates Land generally faces West, offering huge views overlooking Great Cruz Bay and beyond to St. Thomas. There are a few select lots with amazing views towards Ditleff Point.

From the high perched vantage of Virgin Grand, the blazing sunsets put on a dazzling show every evening. The sunsets are the most spectacular found anywhere on Earth!

What are the amenities?
Virgin Grand offers many amenities to be appreciated by prospective owners. It is impossible to not notice the picture perfect sunset views the Western facing Land offers. This also keeps sunning decks and pools warm late into the evening. You can walk to the beach and all the facilities of the Westin St. John Resort. A short drive brings you to famed National Park beaches and the shopping and fine restaurants of Cruz Bay.

Privacy and security are assured from our gated entrance that only offers “one way in and one way out” access.

Virgin Grand boasts an involved Homeowners’ Association assuring that the look of development stays true to its island roots. Lush landscaping throughout ensure privacy and “island feel.”

Reasonable restrictions help ensure consistency without interfering with the creative process of building your dream home.

What is the minimum size home that can be situated on our land?
Minimum interior size of a home built in Virgin Grand Estates is 1500 sq ft.

Is there a time period I have to begin building after I purchase the lot?
No, there is no time period that you have to break ground. Once you break ground, the home should be completed within a reasonable time frame with work being done consistently and continuously until build is complete.

What does the land infrastructure contain?
Virgin Grand Estates has fully paved streets for easy access to every lot. We also have underground utilities to eliminate clutter and offer better utility reliability.

Virgin Grand is an electronic gated community. Each guest has a unique access code to restrict entrance to only those authorized to be on the grounds.

slands. On clear days you can see Vieques and Culebra and even further west to Puerto Rico. The sunset views are St. John’s finest with shimmering color and billowing clouds as the sun goes down.

Interested? Want to learn more? If so, please contact John Daly at (540) 435-6659, virgingrandestates.com or visit www.virgingrandestates.com.

2 thoughts on “Flash Sale: Don’t Miss Out”

  1. Seems like they want to off this bulk of the overcrowded cruz bay area properties quickly. Vi Legislature just announced they have approved new zoning laws to grant a ritzy hotel resort and marina to finally be built in Coral bay the new hot spot for the rich. It seems that this gem of a island is going the way of Saint Barts much sooner than later. The middle class vacationers are being pushed out and will have no affordable where to vacation on Saint John except for the Campgrounds.

    • St. John will never rival St. Barts. The government of St. Barts follows their zoning laws which the VI government does not. Only when the US federal government gets involved (i.e. Coral Bay marina) will statutes and codes be followed. Gustavia was developed properly and to scale with its surroundings. Can’t say the same about Cruz Bay. In my opinion, the Grand Bay & Sirenusa projects are a sight for sore eyes and have forever ruined the peaceful harmony of Cruz Bay. In the VI’s it’s simple, a developer wants something bad enough they just pay, get the land rezoned, make donations for good press and promise jobs. We have all heard and seen that routine before. In terms of a hot spots for the rich, it’s going on all over the world, NYC, SF, London, Harbour Island, Washington, DC, Miami and not just St. John.

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