Fantastic 3 Bedroom House in Stunning Caribbean Location, Southfield, St. Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica
St. Elizabeth Parish
With its glorious climate, welcoming culture and stunning Caribbean coastlines, it is little wonder that Jamaica remains one of the most desirable places across the world to live. On offer here is your chance to invest in this magnificent part of the world with this superb property.
Located in the breath-taking coastal town of Southfield, this fantastic property features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sea views, double-tank onsite water storage and a wonderful garden area to relax and soak up the sunshine in.
This amazing site not only offers buyers a potentially comfortable, modern and spacious place to live but is also a fantastic investment in the holiday rental market, in which the St.Elizabeth region is unsurprisingly one of the fastest growing across all of the Caribbean islands. As well as being surrounded by excellent amenities, bars and restaurants, Southfield has the added advantage of being just minutes away from many of the regions’ stunning beaches and coastal areas.
Negril is not only a fascinating place in its own right is also a great base to discover many of Jamaica’s other wonderful areas such as nearby Santa Cruz and Alligator Pond.
For those wishing to venture a little further, Jamaica itself is a great point from which to discover limitless other fascinating countries and cultures across the Caribbean and the Americas such as The USA, Mexico, Cuba and Colombia.
Those wishing to get out and about will be further intrigued by the many walking, cycling water sports and fishing areas near the property. Golf fans will not be disappointed either as the area is just 20 miles away from Manchester Club, one of the oldest golf courses in the Caribbean.
The area is also very well served transport wise via road, sea and air. Being so close to the coast, in Southfield you are never far away from many sea ports, some of which also offer boat day trips. The nearest international airport is Sangster international Airport, which is roughly 75 miles away.
ABOUT THE AREA
Jamaica is the Caribbean country that comes with its own soundtrack. Groove to its singular rhythm as you explore beyond the beaches and all-inclusive.
Even in a region as crammed with jewels as the Caribbean, Jamaica is a powerfully beautiful island. Jamaica begins with crystalline waters flowing over gardens of coral, lapping onto soft sandy beaches, then rises past red soil and lush banana groves into sheer mountains. Rushing waterfalls seem to erupt out of nowhere. Jamaican culture can be a daunting subject for foreigners to understand, but ultimately it’s a matter of appreciating this great green garden of a land and how its cyclical rhythms set the pace of so much island life.
While Jamaica’s beaches are certainly alluring, this is a country to dive into, literally and figuratively. Beneath the waves there’s great scuba diving and snorkelling, and you can float on the water too with lazy bamboo-raft trips (let someone else pole). The adventurous can go caving, or get their hiking boots on to explore the remote crags and forests of this crumpled landscape. You don’t even need to be as fit as Usain Bolt to enjoy the hike through lush mountains to the top of Blue Mountain Peak.
With Bob Marley, Jamaica gifted us the first global superstar from the developing world. But he didn’t spring from nowhere – this tiny island has musical roots that reach back to the folk songs of West Africa and forward to the electronic beats of contemporary dancehall. Simply put, Jamaica is a musical powerhouse, a fact reflected not just in the bass of the omnipresent sound systems, but in the lyricism of the patois language and the gospel sounds from the island’s many churches. Music is life in Jamaica, and you’ll soon find yourself swaying along with it.
Like many aspects of Jamaican culture, the food is a creole, born somewhere between the Old and New Worlds. African spice rubs have evolved into delicious jerk, while yam, rice and plantain form the basis of rich stews, and fish abound in local waters. Throw in the astounding array of tropical fruits that seem to drip from the trees, washed down with a shot of rum, and you can see (and taste) how the Jamaican cultural story retains its original voice while adapting to the setting – and, of course, rhythms – of the Caribbean.
St. Elizabeth is a more laid-back part of the island, with quiet beaches, waterfalls, cliffs, tropical vegetation and natural countryside.
For a superb visual representation of the area, copy and paste the following link to your browser: https://youtu.be/wf0akODL2-E
Located in a peaceful and well-run community
Spacious 183m2 house
608m2 plot overall including garden
Ready to move in
Double-tank onsite water storage
Far reaching panoramic sea views
Huge potential in the holiday rental market
Minutes from many stunning beaches
Close to essential amenities in the town
Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
Surrounded by numerous walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas
Minutes away from the iconic beauty spot, Lovers Leap (https://www.jamaicatravelandculture.com/destinations/st_elizabeth/lovers-leap.htm)
A great from which to discover many other fascinating places across the Caribbean and The Americas
Close to the beautiful Manchester Club Golf Course (http://www.jnht.com/site_manchester_club_golf_course.php)
Excellent transport links