- $3,250,000 USD
- テラス / 屋外スペース
DescriptionBuilt on ten acres of what used to be Quaker land in Privateer's Bay, Great Camanoe, Diamond Reef Estate, complete with ruins, is one of those houses that has its own history in the land as well as its structure. The house was built in 1969 by Dr. Upjohn of the pharmaceutical company and was once decorated by the interior décor advisor to Jacqueline Kennedy. It has now been completely refurbished to create a timeless estate with historic value. Both the main house and guest house are built almost entirely from local stone. They are positioned in such a way to provide magnificent views of both the Caribbean Sea and the islands, yet privacy is maintained by the mature trees and gardens. The main house has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms; a kitchen and Great Room lead on to a large covered terrace. Discretely located behind the main house, a hot tub has been installed. The Guest Cottage is set a discreet distance from the main house, a short stroll through the gardens, and features 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom with outdoor shower, a lounge, kitchenette and beautiful views. Another short stroll from the Guest Cottage brings you to a small beach with a private 120 feet long swim dock. The property boasts about 800 feet of ocean front. The property also includes: two workshops, a garage and a studio; two generators; bathrooms for staff; a desalination plant capable of producing 2000 gallons of water a day; and over 100,000 gallons of cistern. If a pool became necessary there would be plenty of water. Includes: 1974 Land Rover; 1993 Subaru Van; and a 2008 Yahama large-tire Golf Cart; 19' Boston Whaler - 115hp engine; 26' Glacier Bay catamaran with twin Honda engines; 1/2 share in a 17' Boston Whaler work boat - 70hp 2-stroke Evinrude. New furnishings are included in the sale price.