About this Property
Perfectly set on over 7413 sq ft of land, is this 3 story 3 bedroom 4 bathroom home which feels very warm and inviting having lots of conversation spaces, as well as balconies situated off the Master Bedroom upstairs and the dining room downstairs. Upon entrance you are warmly greeted by a bright and open floor plan connecting the living room to the dining room and leading to the spacious kitchen which looks out to the backyard. There is another spacious covered porch/conversation area , a dedicated TV room as well as a laundry area off the TV room which is located on the covered fenced porch. There is also a full bathroom on this first floor. The backyard has a Julie Mango tree and lots of space for gardening and entertaining. This home has lots of rich natural light with lots of windows and high ceiling. Upstairs you will find 3 bedrooms, the Master is en suite with a walk in closet and 2 other bedrooms both with walk in closets and sharing a jack and jill bathroom. There is a dedicated study which can be converted into another small bedroom. The basement level of this home has 2 small rooms outfitted with AC and has a full bathroom. These rooms can be used for any purpose or the space can be converted into one large room or studio. There is a covered carport which can fit 2 cars comfortably with its automatic garage door. Other features of this property include AC throughout, burglar proofing, wired for security,located in a prestigious neighbourhood, recent installation of a lifetime roof, electronic gate to driveway and accessibility to a number of close by amenities including the Sir Solomon Highway, South Park and C3 Shopping Centres, Pamela”s Mall, the Health Centre, Massy Foodstores, Superpharm and the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium. (Being sold Unfurnished, however the sale of appliances and furniture can be negotiated)
About the Region
Marabella is a former town in southern Trinidad, between San Fernando (to the south) and Pointe-à-Pierre (to the north). Early 19th century maps highlighted it as Marabella Junction because of the Railway intersection to Williamsville and other central areas. Originally a separate town, it was incorporated into the City of San Fernando in the 1990s. Marabella was home to the Union Park Turf Club (a horse racing venue) later converted to the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, one of the five major stadiums in Trinidad and Tobago. Nicknamed "The City That Never Sleeps," the city is always active as its nightlife of food vending and bars goes almost 24/7. Marabella provides a melting pot for the wide ethnic groups to "lime" and "ole talk" Marabella's location near the Solomon Hochoy highway and Southern Main Road makes accessibility to all parts of Trinidad easy. This accessibility combined with its commercial infrastructure makes Marabella a prime residential area. Today it is referred to as the 'Commercial Hub of Southern Trinidad'. Marabella has supermarkets, pharmacies and many more readily available.