Hello everyone and happy Saturday! Today we’d like to tell you about a very nice two unit property that’s surrounded by National Park and has great views. Check out Solimar…
Solimar is situated in the quiet neighborhood of Fish Bay and has water views to the bay and out to the Caribbean Sea. The main house is open and airy with a kitchen, great room, half bathroom, screened-in porch, master bedroom and bathroom.
Step outside onto the deck and dip into Solimar’s private pool, which overlooks the lush green hillside and National Park land. Across the deck, you can enter the top floor of the guest house, which holds two additional bedrooms and a shared full bathroom. There is a small open porch where guests can view the hillside, pool and gardens below.
Down the stairs is an apartment that has rental potential. It has a full kitchen and bedroom and is presently set up as an open concept with a full bath off of the main room. Another porch is located in the apartment.
Behind the home is a garden path that is faced in abuts a green belt, which provides a lush setting. There are many mature fruit trees within the garden, including avocado, mango, starfruit, sugar apple and bananas. There is one spectacular local agave present and many flowering shrubs and plants. Several large, mature native trees provide an understory shaded area.
Solimar is being by Mary Moroney of 340 Real Estate Co. for $849,000. For more information, please contact Mary at (340) 244-6664 or [email protected].
Mary Moroney is the newest agent at 340 Real Estate Co. Mary hails from New England, born and raised in Connecticut, she moved north to Maine in 1976. In Maine, she raised her children and was a K-12 Art teacher with more than 500 students per week.
Mary and her husband Tim bought land on St. John in 1998 as their five children were emptying the nest. The couple had a five-year plan to sell all of their property in Maine so they could sail their boat down to St John and build a home. In 2003, they pushed off the mooring in Rockland, Maine and sailed to Newport RI, out to Bermuda and down to St John. Their adventure had begun in earnest and although there were rough seas at times and hoops to jump through with the building process, they managed to build their home on St John. Mary and Tim were designers, general contractors, builders, electricians, carpenters, tilers, masons, plumbers and laborers.