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Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

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Harbour View House
  • $700,000 American Dollar

Details for Harbour View House

Beds
4
Full Baths
3
Partial Baths
1
Acres
.55
 
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About : Harbour View House, Road Town, Tortola

Situated in the desirable area of MacNamara, this 4-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom house has spectacular views overlooking Road Harbor and is a short 3 minutes drive into Road Town. Built on 0.546 acres of nicely landscaped land with a swimming pool, this house is ideal for indoor and outdoor living and is sold fully furnished with a mixture of wicker and glass and teak furniture from Bali.

On the main level, a lovely foyer entrance leads to a spacious living area with a cool breezy covered balcony that has a wonderful view of Road Town. Leading off the living room is a bright and airy home office. A large, well appointed walk-through kitchen, featuring an island and washer and dryer, overlooks the dining room, which leads onto a covered veranda that is ideal for outdoor dining. A wooden deck surrounds the sparkling pool and a separate BBQ area. Downstairs from the living/dining room is an enormous games room featuring a pool table and gym equipment and its own private balcony.

The 4 large bedrooms are situated upstairs. The master bedroom has its own balcony overlooking the pool deck and a large closet/dressing area. The very spacious en suite bathroom boasts a jucuzzi bathtub and a separate walk in shower. The other 3 large bedrooms share a bathroom with twin vanities and a bath and shower. In addition there is a separate room with a bathroom that could be used as a maid's room or a large storage room.

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Marketed By

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Mill Mall, P.O. Box 188
Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands   
­Maritha Keil
Phone: ­+1 284.340.5555
Phone: ­+1 284.340.5500
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Property ID:
SMKVVL

Amenities

  • Gardens
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Water View
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About : British Virgin Islands

The history of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is the stuff of epic tales. Norman Island, at the southern tip of the chain, is said to be the setting for Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island.” Nearby caves once hid riches plundered by pirates. The ocean floor is a graveyard for sunken ships.

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