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Island Views Developments Little Kent


Kent, Christ Church Set between town and country, this quiet community is ideal for busy executives or retired individuals. Situated on a small bluff, Little Kent overlooks the picturesque St. George valley.


• (59) 3-bedroom/2-bathroom houses • (34) land lots


• Quiet neighbourhood • Close to desirable Fort George Heights community


Land Area: 2,760 - 10,877 sq. ft. Price From: US $74,000


House and Land Land Area: 4,870 - 8,600 sq. ft. Floor Area: 1,254 - 1,864 sq. ft. Price: US $266,000 - $365,500


Adam’s Castle


Vaux Hall, Christ Church Adjacent to Sheraton Mall and north of the Vauxhall area, this development consists of 104 land lots set on a 37-acre site. The development has been designed as a residential community featuring well-defined entrance points, playgrounds and picnic areas. Some lots enjoy excellent views of South Point and the Oistins Bay area.


• (104) land lots • Underground utilities • Wide roadside verges • Comprehensive street lighting • Close to ABC highway, South Coast beaches, the airport & Bridgetown.


Land Area: 7,257 - 26,501 sq. ft. Price: US $109,000 - $585,000


Haylie Brae Rendezvous Ridge, Christ Church


Overlooking the Rockley golf course, this attractive three-storey development enjoys spectacular views of the island’s south coast. Apartments feature a large open plan design, modern Italian kitchens and porcelain tiles throughout.


• (15) Luxury apartments • 3-bedroom / 3-bathroom units • Fully air-conditioned


• 2 parking spaces per apartment • Minutes away from the Worthing and Wildey commercial areas


Floor Area: 1,850 sq. ft. Development Sales Complete


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