About this Property
A perfect parcel of land located within the Gated Balandra Beach Resort Development. It consists of 8,600 Square Feet and is more or less flat and square in shape. This leasehold parcel is also fully approved by town and country for residential use.
It is located alone the main artery road within the development near to the main entrance gate.
This Lot offers a safe secure site for that dream vacation home or staycation rental property. It is also only an hour and a half drive from St Augustine and Valsayn.
Relax in safe secure tranquil surroundings.
The Balandra Beach is approximately two minutes drive away.
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About the Region
Barataria is well known as a residential area. Many businesses have begun settling amongst the residence as there has been an increase in economic growth. Banking, administration services, retail and wholesale trade or popular food outlets such as KFC, Subway are some examples of business types. Due to economic growth, many prior land owners have begun or completed developing their spaces into rental buildings. Barataria is home to the well-known soca artist, Cassie, who sang the catchy tune named “Town Ting”. There are recreational parks available for cricket, football & another physical activities. A hot spot is the Skating ring which offers roller skating, indoor basketball, cricket and football activities. The area is well protected by the Barataria police service & San Juan fire station. A Health facility is also available for medical assistance when required. It offers ease for commuting to any part of Trinidad as transport from the Bus route, Main Road or Taxi are readily available.
Salybia is located on the coast of Saline Bay, south of Rampanalgas and northeast of Sangre Grande, Trinidad and Tobago. Just north of Salybia you can find the Matura Forest. Salybia is famous for its beach Salybia beach which some people call “Sally Bay”. Salybia Nature Resort and Spa is one of Salybia’s main tourist attraction as many citizens and tourists visit to spend family time.
Toco is the most northeasterly village on the island of Trinidad in the County of Saint David where the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meets. Tobago is 35 kilometres to the northeast, making Toco the closest point in Trinidad to the sister island Tobago. A popular tourist destination, the Galera Point Lighthouse in Toco was built in 1897 and today is surrounded by a park and picnic area. Today, Toco remains sparsely populated, although the numbers have grown since the olden days. In 1980, census reports indicate that the population was about 1311. The villagers of Toco are often very friendly. With its serene atmosphere and picturesque beaches, Toco remains one of the most popular surfing and vacationing spots in Trinidad and Tobago. In Toco, there are several coconut estates. The Baldeosingh family owns one of the largest in the area. Toco is considered to be a fishing village. Locals can get an education at Toco Secondary formerly Toco Composite, Toco Roman Catholic School and Toco Anglican School. Toco has produced successful sportsmen such as: Keishorn Walcott (Gold medal Olympic winner), Mervin Dillion (Former West Indies Fast Bowler) & Famous Soca star Patrice Roberts.