About this Property
New and Contemporary- this development boasts an array of sleek finishes and a thoughtful open plan layout. Leautaud Courts contains a total of 6 units all featuring attractive designs and a modern colour palette to expansive interiors. The unit flows into an open concept living, dining and kitchen area with large windows allowing ample amount of natural light and breeze into each unit. Features of these units include large modern porcelain tiles, his and her vanity in the Master bathroom, quartz countertops in kitchen and bathrooms, security doors, solid wooden cabinetry throughout, glass shower enclosures, a Utility room with installed utility sink, 12.000 BTU split AC units in all bedrooms and a 24.000 BTU unit in the living room for your comfort. All 3 bedrooms are spacious and has been outfitted with walk in closets and the Primary bedroom is en suite. You can enjoy the views from the balcony on each of the upstairs units and similarly you can enjoy the ground floor patio section from the ground level units, whichever is your preference. You can also enjoy the panoramic views and atmosphere from the rooftop deck where you can BBQ etc. or you can enjoy the outdoor space on the benches located in the courtyard which is to the front of the building. Each unit has reserved parking for two vehicles, and amenities close by include the O’Meara Plaza, Xtra Foods supermarket, the community park and the Arima Hospital. (T30247)
About the Region
Arima, officially The Royal Chartered Borough of Arima is the easternmost and second largest area of the three boroughs of Trinidad and Tobago. This town is well known for its shopping areas located in the inner most portion of the town. It serves as a main trading hub for environs which makes the town considerably busy. Many persons visit Arima to relax and enjoy the wide array of local bars and street food offered such as burgers, doubles, gyros etc. Home to the famous drag malls, persons can visit Arima to purchase items of Rastafarian heritage. Arima, has primary and secondary schools, hospitals, police and fire services readily available. It attracts persons from all over as it hosts exciting borough day & Jouvert celebrations Fun fact, Arima is home to the indigenous people known as the “Caribs”. They are mainly found in the area of Arima called Calvary Hill which attracts many tourists as the Caribs were a well-known tribe in their time.