This charming, English country cottage-style house and accompanying cottage is located in the very desirable Montpelier neighborhood with a gracious, serene tropical setting. The main house provides an open-air garden ambience with its alfresco dining pavilion. From the pool and verandas of the main house, one meanders down the shady slope to the guest cottage, which is a perfect addition to the house, or can be rented out very successfully on its own. Located just a short walk from Montpelier Plantation and its fine restaurants as well as the Nevis Botanical Gardens.
Age: Main house completed in 1995; cottage 1986.
Construction: Block and masonry with stone exterior.
Living Room: Entrance foyer from front door leads into recently redecorated living room with clean white furnishings; French doors to veranda.
Dining Room: Formal dining room, part of great room, that seats 10. Features an arched window.
Master Bedroom: Ample-sized master bedroom with four-poster bed with extra newly-renovated tile ensuite bath; private front veranda overlooking the sea.
Guest Bedroom: Second bedroom used for guests or children located adjacent to master, with hall bathroom nearby with shower.
Kitchen: Newly renovated kitchen with bright cabinetry and granite counters. Large storage in island-designed mahogany cupboards. All stainless steel appliances with side-by-side refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave, all GE. Gas range by Mabe and Magic Chef wine fridge. Hand-painted island wall tiles decorate over stove. Pass-through connects kitchen with alfresco dining area.
Guest Cottage: Self-sufficient two-bedroom, one bath guest cottage with storage closets, galley-style kitchen, and large glass, porch-like sitting room opening onto yard and patio area.
Gazebo: Separate octagonal gazebo built of wood on a base made of local volcanic stone. Gazebo houses a full-sized pool table, but could be used as a studio, office or workshop.
Pool: 38’ x 12’ pool in a garden setting with Nevisian volcanic cut-stone pool deck.
Laundry: Laundry facilities below in main house.
Utilities: Cistern and public water.
Contractor: Main house—Martin Cromwell; cottage-Noral Lescott
Details: Garden includes numerous mature specimen trees as well as edible fruits like banana, grapefruit, papaya and mango. Updated plumbing and septic systems. Property can be a private home, yet could provide good rentals for main house and cottage. Two entrances support the two homes. Room for expansion if desired. A 3.5 KW generator used for back-up power.
The above information is believed to have been gathered from reliable sources, but is based upon information gathered from third parties, therefore may not be complete or totally accurate.