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The Palisades is a prestigious private community set in an ideal location on the island’s South Coast. Blending elegant style and enviable comfort, these well-appointed homes are perfectly nestled amidst beautifully landscaped gardens. The development comprises 16 contemporary townhouses, one luxurious oceanfront villa and a private cliff-top beach club overlooking Freight’s Bay.


Each townhouse has been carefully crafted to offer residents an ocean view. A walk through a residence at The Palisades quickly greets you with quality fixtures and finishes such as porcelain and marble tiles, stone countertops and the finest audio and lighting systems.


Designs are open-plan featuring a large state-of-the-art European kitchen that blossoms into a spacious living and dining area. Three ensuite bedrooms each boast a private terrace while a generous patio, complete with private plunge pool, accentuates this modern design.


Across the street from this cozy cobblestone cul-de-sac lies the beautiful Taino Beach Club, which is available exclusively for use by residents of The Palisades. The facility enjoys stunning views across the bay and features a sun deck, kitchen, bar, shower and landscaped garden, as well as a short stairway leading to a sandy beach with crystal clear water.


Minutes away lies the popular Oistins area and St. Lawrence Gap where residents can enjoy great shopping, entertainment and dining. This desirable location also provides easy access to the Rockley nine-hole golf course and The Barbados Golf Club 18-hole course in Durants.


The Palisades is a fabulous community, which presents a fantastic opportunity for spectacular island living.


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