About this Property
- Total living space 2,100sq.ft (internal= 1,500sq.ft , basement= 650sq.ft.)
- 4 minutes from the Solomon Hochoy Highway
- 4 bedroom , 2.5 toilet&bath,
- En-suite Shower and toilet in master bedroom
- Closet space in master bedroom
- Kitchen with granite counters
- Basement with laundry room utilities
- Parking for 2 vehicles
INCLUDES- LOWEST HOME INSURANCE COVERAGE RATES
About the Region
Balmain Gardens is located in Balmain Couva, Balmain Gardens offers residential homes, town houses, duplex, and flats. Most necessities such as business type services are mainly located in the town of Couva.
Carapichaima is a town in central Trinida. Communities and villages in Carapichaima include Orangefield, Waterloo, Brickfield, and Korea Village. Carapichaima had been a sugar producing village that expanded after the railroad opened up in central Trinidad to development and population movements. Better access to transportation allowed the village to expand into a hub for transportation in central Trinidad and center for commerce for the surrounding areas and rural communities. Carapichaima has seen major changes and growth due to a number of factors. These include the construction of new schools in the area, the establishment and expansion of business into the area and the increase in tourism into the area. Major structural changes occurred in the past few years when the main sugar producing, state owned company, Caroni 1975 Ltd., was closed in 2003. A significant part of the rural population was employed in the sugar industry. A number of schools have sprouted in the area to accommodate its rising population. One of the first was the Canadian Missionary school, the Waterloo Presbyterian School. This was originally built to educate the rural East Indians who lived and formed the workforce of the sugar plantations that encompassed the region at that time. Eventually a number of schools were established like the Waterloo Hindu School, Orange Field Hindu School, Carapichaima RC School and the Carapichaima ASJA Muslim Primary School to name a few.
For many years, the village was little more than a clearing in a sugarcane field. The population was mainly indentured workers of Indian origin with a smaller number of former African slaves and numbered no more than a few hundred. Couva continued to grow in size with the national census recording a figure of 3,572 persons in 1980. Couva benefits immensely from its unique location. The Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway ensures easy access to Port of Spain and San Fernando, in addition to the neighboring towns of Chaguanas, Arima and Point Fortin. Transportation, Public Service Utilities, Shopping, Recreation and Entertainment, Health Care, Businesses, Schools and Industrial Centres are readily accessible. The urban structure of Couva is similar to that of most towns in Central Trinidad with a mix of residential and commercial activity within the town centre itself, i.e. along the Southern Main Road, recently people have begun buying land and starting their businesses out of the town centre areas. Couva is the administrative and commercial centre of the region and the Point Lisas Port and Industrial Estate falls within the Greater Couva Urban Area. Most popular sites in Couva are now the Brian Lara Stadium where the CPL is held. This attracts many tourists to come sit and watch the exciting cricket matches
Freeport is a town in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located in west-central Trinidad, and is administered by the Couva–Tabaquite–Talparo Regional Corporation. It has a population of approximately 11,850. The Solomon Hochoy Highway splits Freeport into two, on the east and the west of the highway where you can find most commercial businesses. Known as a residential area, there are many small, medium and large businesses that have proven success through the growth of this community. Most residents have either sold properties or turned them into rental units. This community is also protected by the Freeport police service.
Savonetta is located along the Southern Main Road after Point Lisas, Trinidad and Tobago. Savonetta is surrounded by mostly industrial businesses. In Savonetta there is a community called the Savonetta Estate where most residence reside. There are small business entities as well as a recreational park available for physical activities.