About this Property
As the popular song writer says: “Come leh we go, leh we go to Tobago”.
This is the right time! Own a piece of this paradise island at the beautiful and scenic Bacolet, Tobago.
Bass Village, offers residential lots overlooking the Claude Noel Highway and environs, all remaining parcels priced at $375,000.00
Size ranging from 5040 sq. ft. to 5445 sq. ft.
Henry Heights offers a splendid view of the entire development with parcels starting at $65 per square foot.
Size ranging from 7667 sq. ft. to 11443 sq. ft.
Price ranging from $498,363.19 to $743,801.64
Pamela Gardens features a splendid view of the ocean and entire development, parcels start at $80 per square foot.
Size ranging from 5006 sq. ft. to 8226 sq. ft.
Price ranging from $400,503.19 to $658,061.79
Lutherville, the highest point of the development, has breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean with parcels ranging from at $75 and $85.00 per square foot.
Size ranging from 8494 sq. ft. to 14202 sq. ft.
Price ranging from $637,034.51 to $1,065,141.72
Contact us to schedule a viewing:
1 (868) 293-7061 or
1 (868) 767-4734
About the Region
Bacolet is a town and suburb in the city of Scarborough on the island of Tobago, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The town itself lies beneath Fort King George at the Bacolet Bay, just outside the city center to the south-east of the island's capital. It is one of the most developed parts of Tobago, and much of the island's high society lives there. There are also many villas and hotels for tourists such as Bacolet Beach club, Blue Haven and Half moon. It is a residential area mostly invested by foreigners. Top Notch Restaurnats such as Café Havana, Blue Crab offered a wide array of dishes for you to choose from.
Mt. St. George
Mt. Saint George is a village in Tobago. Mt. Saint George is situated east of Mesopotamia. Known as a residential community, there is a recreational ground, a Hospitality and Tourism Institute, Primary School, RC church amongst the small businesses such as bars, parlours etc. It gives a beautiful and captivating scenery of the Atlantic Ocean.
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.