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Lot A1 Walkes Spring Plantation, St. Thomas

Offered at Bds$750,000
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Large lot in the breezy St. Thomas , 3.098 acres of elevated land with a fantastic view.

Walkes Spring Plantation is located on Highway 2 near Holy Innocents Church and Primary School  and Highway 3. It is approximately three miles north-east of the Warrens Round-about  on the ABC Highway. The area which was primarily agricultural in character has seen a steady increase in residential development. Some sections are elevated with magnificent inland views and the housing stock is a mainly concrete block wall. Within a ½ mile radius there are tourist attractions, such as, Welchman Hall Gully and Harrisons Cave. Also available are a post office, several churches, a primary school, a supermarket and several small shops.  Transportation is available and all utility  services are installed. 

ST. THOMAS
The parishes of St. Michael and Christ Church have traditionally been considered the areas of highest demand for properties for both commercial and residential use. However, within the last twenty-five (25) years that demographic has shifted and the parishes of St. Thomas, St. James, St. Peter, St. George and St. Philip have seen a 
dramatic increase in demand for property.This demand has been fuelled by the construction of the ABC Highway which opened a new corridor for both residential and commercial use.  In addition it has provided an easy access to the establishments of new town centres at Warrens, Six Roads, Wildey and to a lesser extent Haggatt Hall. Moreover, the Ronald Mapp Highway (formerly Highway 2A) was rebuilt and improved, allowing for easier linkages between
the northern parishes, the ABC Highway and the Bridgetown City Centre.

 

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