About this Property
Barbados Road, Federation Park
House for Rent
Lovely family home in a centrally located residential area.
This executive two-storey home has 4 bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and a family area all located on the upper level. The lower level consists of an open floor plan living and dining spaces that opens on to the pool area with a charming gazebo and pool wash rooms. Featured in this home is a large eat-in kitchen with teak cabinetry, clean white countertops and new stainless steel appliances. There is also a powder room, dedicated laundry area, storage rooms and housekeeper’s quarters on this level.
Federation Park is a charming residential area adjoining Ellerslie Park and the St. Clair area and is popular with foreign embassies and the oil and gas companies. It is in close proximity to the Savannah, Ellerslie Plaza and Long Circular Mall.
- Open Plan Living & Dining Areas opening on to a rear pool area
- Large Kitchen
- Separate Laundry
- Guest powder room
- 4 Bedrooms all ensuite
- Central family area
- Covered parking for 2 cars and 4 guest spaces
- Accessed from the garage are two storage rooms and a housekeeper’s quarters
- Large well landscaped garden
- Air-condition throughout
- Window treatments & All-New Major Appliances included
- Pet friendly
Price: US $5,000.00
About the Region
Ellerslie Park is an exclusive residential development in the northwestern corner of Port-of -Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. The development is in the shape of an oval with a single entrance. No two homes are the same, a result of each home being built to the specifications of its original owner.
Apart from private homes, Ellerslie Park is also the location of official
residencies belonging to senior government officials and foreign diplomats. It is located within walking distance of the Queen's Park Savannah and various hotels and shopping facilities.
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Federation Park is a residential neighbourhood in northwestern Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Federation Park was built to house delegates to the Federal Parliament of the West Indies Federation. As a result of this, the streets in Federation Park are named for the various territories which made up the Federation. After the dissolution of the Federation in 1962 the
houses in Federation Park were used to house senior civil servants and professionals in the government service.
By the mid-1990s, many of these houses were later sold off to private owners, mainly affluent business persons and non-governmental professionals. Today a fairly large portion of these houses have been either renovated or completely replaced by more modern multimillion-dollar mansions that are rented out to foreign embassies as residences and oil companies to house their expatriate senior staff.
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