About this Property
35,000 sq. ft. parcel, comprising of two separate residential lots. The land is flat and has been surveyed.
About the Region
Plymouth is a village on the north-west coast of the island of Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago. Tobago’s first European community, Plymouth was settled by a group of roving Latvians, usually referred to as Courlanders, then by the Dutch and finally by the British. Today, it’s an attractive little town, predominantly residential, with neat board houses lining the grid-patterned streets and a handful of very low-key historical sights, including the so-called mystery tombstone, the grave of an African slave and her child, and Fort James, the oldest stockade in Tobago, dating from 1650, which commands an excellent view of Turtle Beach from the lawns in front. (Rough Guides)