About this Property
Orange Hill Estate continues to impress! This development consists of 50 parcels on 16 acres of land directly on the Orange Hill Main Road, TOBAGO. It has outstanding natural beauty which provides you with much needed serenity along with accessibility and convenience to your everyday needs. All infrastructure available and Town & Country approved.
Land sizes: from 10,000+ sq ft – 15,000 sq ft
*Financing Available from Developer*
For more information, or to schedule a site visit, please contact Jason at 7674734
About the Region
Orange Hill is located along the Plymouth Road outside of Scarborough Tobago. At the crest of Orange Hill sits the stunning Orange Hill Estate. This community is for the person whom wants to feel away from it all while they are at home. This is a well known residential community and is very beautiful. Nature has been preserved at Orange Hill. Sprawling ravines filled with bamboo and mature Royal Palms present an air of decadence which harmonies with the natural environment in a unique marriage of sorts. Mot Mot and Cocrico, are frequently sighted hopping from tree to tree. Large plots will provide owners with the option to build large family homes or perhaps something smaller with considerable garden space.
Roxborough is a town in Trinidad and Tobago, Located at the southern shore of the Island of Tobago. The settlement was named after the cocoa plantation Roxborough Estate. It is located on the winding road on the windward side of Tobago that runs from Scarborough to Speyside. From Roxborough you can access the island’s wonderfully inspiring nature reserves, one of which is Speyside with its offshore island of Little Tobago, protected roosting site of many seabirds.
Scarborough became the capital of Tobago in 1769 when it replaced the then-capital of Georgetown. Under French rule it was named Port-Louis from 1789 to 1814. The city of Scarborough serves as the main seat of the Tobago House of Assembly which is responsible for local governance in Tobago. A ferry service links Scarborough with Port of Spain, Trinidad. Like the rest of the island of Tobago, Scarborough is served by the A.N.R. Robinson International Airport (formerly Crown Point Airport) located in Crown Point which is located 8 miles from Downtown Scarborough. Scarborough is also served by the Claude Noel Highway. (Wikipedia) It is the administrative centre of Tobago. The town has benefited considerably from the growth of tourism in Tobago and has many commercial buildings. Tobago’s airport, Crown Point, is about 7 miles (11 km) from Scarborough and handles both domestic and international flights. (Britannica) The town itself maintains an unpretentious local feel, with wooden ginger-bread houses alongside more functional concrete structures. The Scarborough Mall, across from the harbor, is home to the tourism information office, and the best place to in town to go shopping.
Signal Hill is a residential community in Tobago. It has a primary and secondary school and guest houses amongst the many small businesses. It is also in close proximity of the Scarborough General Hospital and the University of West Indies Open Campus. On the opposite side of Signal Hill across the Claude Noel Highway is the Rockly bay where most residents visit to relax.