About this Property
3 Bd | 2Ba | 1346 sq.ft.
Description: Less than one minute from all your major amenities this luxurious spacious and tastefully designed Townhouse is located on the main road at Chin Chin Road Cunupia. Furnished with modern fixtures, this stylish living space in made up of two levels.
Ground Floor: Open Floor Concept – Kitchen | Living Room |Dining Room | 3 BD
H.O.A fees – $500.00| m.o
Police Station: Approximately 2 minutes
School: Cunupia Government Primary School
Bamboo Creek Villas was designed and built by well established contractors in the industry, with the aim of adding value to the community with over 200 housing units. This modern village design consists of duplexes, single standing homes and townhouses, strewn throughout the development. With a keen eye for definition and panache our contractors outfitted each unit exceptionally with moldings, granite counters and much more that will simply leave you astounded. Come and experience “the new standard of living”, we guarantee your satisfaction.
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About the Region
Caroni, when we hear the name Caroni many things come to mind, Caroni County, Caroni Village, Caroni Bird Sanctuary, Caroni River, Caroni Swamp, Caroni Plain and The Caroni Sugar Cane Factory. Caroni is located in the west central part of Trinidad. Caroni County is a historic county of Trinidad and Tobago. To the west it is bounded by the Gulf of Paria. Caroni County, which takes its name from the Caroni River, stretches from the hills of the Central Range into the lowlands of the Caroni Plains and the Caroni Swamp. It is heavily associated with sugar cane and the "sugar belt", but it actually accounts for no more than one third of the sugar belt. The now-defunct state-owned sugar company, Caroni (1975) Ltd, took its name from the county. The Caroni River is the largest river in Trinidad and Tobago, running for 40 km from its origins in the Northern Range on the island of Trinidad, through the northern lowlands of the Caroni Plains and enters the Gulf of Paria at the Caroni Swamp. The banks of the Caroni River are one of the two main sites for Hindu cremations Caroni and its tributaries drain into one of the most densely populated parts of Trinidad, the East–West Corridor, and also provides most of its drinking water through the Caroni–Arena Dam. The Caroni Swamp is an estuarine system comprising 5,611 hectares of mangrove forest. The wetland provides a variety of habitats for flora and faunal species and as such, supports a rich biodiversity. It is a highly productive system that provides food and protection and is a nursery for marine and freshwater species. The Caroni Swamp is the second largest mangrove wetland in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located on the west coast of Trinidad, South of Port of Spain and North-West of Chaguanas where the Caroni River meets the Gulf of Paria. The Caroni Swamp still remains a popular tourist destination in Trinidad. Many tourists enjoy taking tour guides to the Swamp. The Caroni Swamp is also a wonderful site for bird watching. It is home to over 100 bird species. In 1962 when Trinidad and Tobago gained independence from Great Britain, the Scarlet Ibis was chosen as the national bird of Trinidad. The Scarlet Ibis then gained protection and could no longer be hunted. Caroni is also a well-developed village in central Trinidad, consists of the Caroni Police Station, Fredrick Settlement (an Industrial Estate with many manufacturing industries), supermarkets, pharmacies and one of Trinidad’s licensing office. Easily accessible to the Churchill Roosevelt Highway and the Sir Soloman Hochoy Highway. Caroni is also in close proximity of Trinidad’s Airport (Piarco International Airport)
The Borough of Chaguanas is the largest borough with an average population of 83,489 and fastest-growing town in Trinidad and Tobago, it is located in the West-Central area of Trinidad. Chaguanas is popular for its shopping malls, variety stores and street shopping. Many citizens as well as tourists visit these sites to partake in the buying of many items offered for sale. This town is fast paced as many business sectors such as banking, insurance, auto rentals and food are readily available. All sites are easily accessible as transport hubs are located throughout the streets of this beautiful town, not to mention the safety of the police & fire services that are available upon request. Home to the famous Divali Nagar site, many tourists as well as citizens visit this location to buy merchandise offered from the well-known Indian heritage such as clothing, food, religious items etc. Fun fact, Chaguanas was named after the indigenous tribe who originally settled there.
Chase village is a community located in Central Trinidad, 25km South East of Port -of –Spain, you can find many businesses such as Auto centres, variety stores, groceries, pharmacies, restaurants, guest houses etc. Chase village has easy access to the necessities that a home may require. Close proximity to the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway and the city of Chaguanas.
Cunupia is a town in central Trinidad. It is part of the Borough of Chaguanas. Cunupia is just northeast of Chaguanas proper. Like Chaguanas itself, Cunupia has experienced rapid growth in recent years, especially in terms of residential developments. You can find many variety stores, the famous Sheik Lisha Ltd., restaurants, supermarkets and places of worships in this community. Cunupia is also a route that can easily take you to different parts of central Trinidad.
Freeport is a town in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located in west-central Trinidad, and is administered by the Couva–Tabaquite–Talparo Regional Corporation. It has a population of approximately 11,850. The Solomon Hochoy Highway splits Freeport into two, on the east and the west of the highway where you can find most commercial businesses. Known as a residential area, there are many small, medium and large businesses that have proven success through the growth of this community. Most residents have either sold properties or turned them into rental units. This community is also protected by the Freeport police service.