About this Property
This large house sits imposingly on a corner lot, with a huge balcony, and offers cool, refreshing views across the Caroni Plains and Central Range.
Over two storeys, the main house consists of 5 bedrooms , 3 1/2 bathrooms, a large kitchen and living/family rooms. There is also a loft that is flooded with natural light that can be used for myriad purposes. The loft offers considerable space and can be used as a studio, hobby area, music room, home office or gym.
The property is suitable for small and large families that like roomy spaces, as in addition to the main house, there is an adjoining, self-contained two bedroom annexe/apartment. This of course is suitable as a “granny flat”, for additional personal use, or even as an income generator if rented out.
This property is definitely worth visiting.
- Building Area: 4,370 sq ft
- Land Size: 10, 250 sq ft
For more information, contact Stuart via 1(868) 680 – 8095 or the Office on 1(868) 622 – 2685.
About the Region
Maracas Valley is a valley located in North-East Trinidad. It is separated by two mountains between Maracas–Saint Joseph and Maracas Beach. The valley is home to the nation's tallest waterfall, Maracas Falls, which towers over the valley with a height of 91.5 meters (300 ft) and is the source of the Maracas River. This river provides water for the surrounding communities. Maracas Valley is also the location of the main campus for the University of the Southern Caribbean. Trinidad's second highest mountain peak, El Tucuche, towers over the lush valley and bounds it to the north. Due to this geographic location, the valley is usually cool
St. Joseph was founded in 1592 by Antonio de Berrio and is the oldest town in Trinidad and Tobago. Originally named San José de Oruña, it served as the capital of Spanish Trinidad between 1592 and 1783. In 1595 the place was attacked and held by Sir Walter Raleigh and was used as a base for his exploration of the Orinoco river in search of the fabled city of El Dorado. Soon after his return the place was burnt and sacked. St. Joseph is not an incorporated municipality. It falls within the boundaries of the Tunapuna–Piarco region. Today it is the home of several different schools, including St. Joseph's Convent, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Boys Roman Catholic School, St. Joseph Girls Roman Catholic School, St. Joseph Government School, St. Joseph College, T.M.L Primary School, St Joseph and St. Xavier's Preparatory School.