About this Property
- 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Kitchens
- 4 Bathrooms
- Laundry area
- Amazing location
Hours of endless traffic drains away your happiness each day; it has been a long week and finally it is Friday. You pack your bags as night settles in and before you know it, with your car windows down and sea breeze flowing through, you are blissfully surrounded by rocking coconut trees along the winding drive on the Manzanilla coast. The weekend awaits: barbequing on the sand and warming up by the bonfire.
Located a few minutes out of Mayaro’s busy town hub, this property sits on 10,000 sq. ft. of land within a well-established neighborhood. The property has enough space to build a pool to the front as the house as contains 5,000 sq. ft. of living space. It is newly remodeled; the designer took a very modern approach to the design.
Sea breeze will not affect the interior of this home as it has a very unique air filtration and humidification system servicing both floors. The home can be split into two units by floor via a restricted access gate on the stairwell; great for companies with multiple rotating staff. The building can be accessed either through the ground floor or through a separate side access door for the top floor.
The Top Floor:
Up the steps, you are greeted with the foyer followed by a completely open concept kitchen, dining and living area which all open onto a large sea-facing balcony; there is nothing like the Mayaro breeze in the morning. The kitchen is decked out with oak cabinetry throughout, a nifty wine rack on top of the fridge area and a well-placed island with barstool dining: a nice setting to have your breakfast. One of the three bedrooms, located just past the living area, has an en-suite bathroom with a new, fully functional enclosed shower, while the other two bedrooms share a bathroom between them. All bedrooms fit a queen-sized bed very comfortably.
The Ground Floor:
The large garage area, containing a small recreational kitchen and utility space, was turned into a home pub, however, it can still be used to park vehicles. The entryway beside the garage grants access to the downstairs home. This open plan living area is similar to the top floor’s open concept kitchen, dining and living area, but with the bonus of the living room doors opening out onto the BBQ area and seafront. The three bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom while the other two bedrooms share a bathroom, is located just pass this area.
This ideal vacation home, located on the beachfront, can be your very own getaway or a great investment for those looking to score revenue from avid Trinbagonian vacationers year-round.
About the Region
Galeota is the last lot of land on the South Eastern end of Trinidad. It is home to a significant portion of Trinidad and Tobago's gas and oil reserves and it is frequented by wildlife. Galeota was originally referred to as ‘Punta de Galera' but was changed to its current name, Galeota Point during the British takeover by the Captain of the Royal Surveying Engineers, Frederick Mallet, in 1797.
Mayaro is a town on the island of Trinidad in Trinidad and Tobago. Known as a fishing village, many vendors travel from all over to purchase the catch. Mayaro has developed into a well-known residential area where schools, health centres, police stations are all accessible. Most small business owners are residence and they thrive from many persons who are just passing through to enjoy the beaches available for bathing, relaxing etc. There are resorts that has significantly developed and many Trinidadians as well as tourists book these rooms especially around the Carnival and Easter season. Mayaro has a market, bus terminal, ATM’s Banking services, police and fire stations and many bars. Mayaro is also associated with the oil production - most of Trinidad's oil and natural gas production comes from offshore oil fields to the east of Mayaro. The major producer is BP Trinidad & Tobago (bpTT), together with BHP.