On the Market: $100k Price Reduction!


Wow, now this is a great deal! The Love Palace, the nice, newly constructed home we told you about back in November, just had a sizable price reduction to the tune of $100,000! This home is priced to sell! Here are the details…

Twenty two windows and 12 french doors provide lots of natural lighting into this beautiful, Cape Cod-designed home. This home has tons of potential to make it your dream home or perhaps a profitable short term villa rental.

The home has beautiful cork tile floors, all new windows and doors, beautiful wood cabinetry, a built in desk, murphy beds (sleeps 8) full AC, and a loft master bedroom/bath/office suite with the best view in the house! The exterior is maintenance free as it was built with stone, dyed cement siding and pvc trim. Check out a few pics:

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This home has the potential to be a successful rental property; it’s move-in ready, so it can also serve as your island home. There’s room to add on a downstairs apartment for extra income as well. There is ample storage under the house and in the garden shed at the end of the driveway. There’s plenty of parking and also room to add a pool, and flower and vegetable gardens.

You can enjoy year-round sunsets and views of Pillsbury Sound and the surrounding cays – sounds pretty good today, doesn’t it? This property is also close to town – bonus!

20161108133338684350000000-oThe Love Palace is now listed for $495,000. Interested? For more information, please contact Tammy Donnelly at 340 Real Estate Co. at [email protected]

6 thoughts on “On the Market: $100k Price Reduction!”

  1. I was perplexed by this the first time around, even more so now. At under $500,000, this must be one of the cheapest houses on STJ. It has an odd look to it, not only the style but things like the window placement seems off.

  2. Two things immediately jump out. The huge bathtub. Nobody who knows “island life” will waste their precious cistern water to fill a tub. I’d imagine only the rare event where the cistern is overflowing due to a long rainy spell…

    The second is the wood frame construction. I’ve read that it’s damned near impossible to get homeowners insurance on a frame house in the Caribbean.

  3. How big is the lot? We like the design, but we live on Cape Cod and this IS the look of homes in our favorite place in the world. How awesome to find a Cape Cod home in our second favorite place in the world!

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