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CARNIVAL RENTAL: 1 Bedroom Apt in Belmont || sleeps up to 6 persons || USD $400 a night


Rent

$3,000 / Mth (USD)

Property Details


Property ID:
BOK-535534

Location:
Belmont 

Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1


Fully FurnishedMove in ReadyGated CompoundInternet AccessAir ConditioningUtilities includedKitchen AppliancesPatioSecurity CamerasAccessible

About this Property


This beautiful fully furnished apartment, located near Jerningham Avenue Belmont, is ideal for expats or persons visiting Trinidad for Carnival 2023.

The unit greets you with a spacious and clean kitchen area. Then a private sleeping area before you are led to the balcony that overlooks the main street where all the Carnival action is to take place!

It has a comfortable master bedroom, with a queen-sized bed, closet space and an adjacent bathroom.

For your safety, this compound is gated and has cameras with 360 degree view of the premises.

Lastly, it’s ideally located near the Queen’s Park Savannah with all other amenities within walking distance.

Additional Charges include: US$400 Deposit (refundable) | US$100 Cleaning Fee

  • 1 Bedroom with queen size bed
  • Built in cupboard
  • spacious living room with 4 single beds
  • kitchen, living, TV and dining room
  • fully airconditioned
  • balcony overlooking road side
  • remote control gate
  • security cameras
  • no parking
  • 2 minute drive to the Queen’s Park Savannah/ 10 minute walk
  • easy access to taxi/ transportation
For a showing kindly call/whatsApp Raphael
PARKER REAL ESTATE LLC
Woodside Bldg | Invaders Bay| Port of Spain | Trinidad and Tobago
Whatsapp: +1.868.493-1698| Mobile: | +1.868.304-3740 Email: raphael@parkerealestate.org

About the Region


Belmont
Belmont, in north-east Port of Spain, in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, is located at the foot of the Laventille Hills; it was the city's first suburb. In the 1840s–'50s, parts of the area were settled by Africans rescued by the Royal Navy from illegal slaving ships. In the 1880s–'90s, the population swelled rapidly, and the characteristic Belmont street pattern of narrow, winding lanes developed. The black professional class built large homes in Belmont, as they were excluded from the more expensive neighbourhoods such as St. Clair and Maraval; Belmont became known as "the Black St. Clair". Many of these large homes have been renovated and converted to business use, but some remain in family hands. Belmont currently is a lower-middle to middle-class residential neighbourhood. It was the birthplace and early home of many important Carnival designers and bandleaders. Belmont has 9,035 inhabitants.

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