About this Property
This gated community is located in La Fillette, a 7 minute drive from Las Cuevas Bay, along the beautiful North Coast of Trinidad. The fully furnished two-story townhouse is 1 of 20 on the compound and is outfitted with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2,300 square feet of flowing indoor to outdoor spaces.
Enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the North Coast, Northern Hills and the Caribbean Sea from the master bedroom, living room and spacious deck. The kitchen is outfitted with a fridge, stove and plenty of storage and counter space. The main deck is perfect for hosting family and friends in large groups, and of course for viewing magnificent sunsets.
La Fillette Beach is within walking distance and accessible in minutes from the townhouse. The remote and relaxing 100 Steps Beach is also close-by.
This resort townhouse is ideal for entertaining family and friends. The rear deck is the dramatic focal point for the main level and the perfect seating for viewing brilliant sunsets. Similar scenic views of the ocean and hills can be viewed from the bedrooms on the upper level of the townhouse.
The kitchen comes fully equipped with appliances and there is ample storage and counter space for any size of family. Located just off the kitchen, is the dining area that flows into the living/family room space.
Enjoy indoor to outdoor living with over sized french doors that create more open space for entertaining and let lots of natural light inside.
Two full bathrooms are located on the upper level and a powder room is conveniently located on the ground floor.
About the Region
Blanchisseuse (pronounced, in the local English dialect, "blan-chee-shears") is a village in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located about midway along the north coast of Trinidad on the northern slope of the Northern Range, about 24 km north of Arima. The village was settled by the French following the Cedula of Population in 1783. When Captain Frederick Mallet was charting and surveying the island of Trinidad following its capitulation to the British in 1797, he was told that the village had no name. Observing the women washing clothes in the river, he simply wrote on his survey chart: "Ladies River". Later, the settlers called the place after the washerwomen the surveyor had seen, Blanchisseuse being the French for "washerwoman". The village is accessible from Port of Spain via the North Coast Road. Blanchisseuse is located much further than the Maracas Beach and Las Cuevas beaches but it still remains a popular beach. Blanchisseuse is famous for the Blanchisseuse Spring Bridge, beaches and Marianne river. The Blanchiessuse Spring Bridge is located on the Paria Main Road Blanchisseuse where most people visit to take photos of this historic site.
La Fillette a fishing village found on the north coast road in Trinidad, located between the La Cuevas and Blanchisseuse Beach. The community is quite and the residents are traditional. Most small businesses such as parlours, mini marts or bars strive from the presence of locals and tourists who come to trade in the purchase of Seafood or enjoy its main attraction which is the beach. This beach like the other bays in the area cannot be seen from the main road as it is neatly tucked away. To get to this beach as the name indicates, you have to take a cool walk down approximately 100 steps which takes you directly onto the sand. The main stretch of sand isn't wide but it's spacious enough for you to be able to lounge on your beach chairs or mats.