About this Property
The Heights of San Rafael
This development is located in a prime location in San Rafael just a stone throw away from the health facility, police station, community center and places of worship. The development, with a proposed mix of single family houses and townhouses each enjoying an amazing view of the beautiful northern range, will combine the beauty of the rural environment, ensuring the continuation of a green space within this classy community, The land is elevated thereby eliminating any threat of flooding. The average square area of the family homes ranges from 1800-2000 square feet featuring three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. An air conditioning unit will be installed in all master bedrooms.
The development features three types of units;
The Raphael, 1855 sq. ft. at $1.75M
The Tuscany, 1971 sq. ft. at $1.7M
The Foley, 1823 sq. ft. @ $1.7M
Construction works currently in progress.
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Contact Jason at (868) 767-4734
About the Region
Arima, officially The Royal Chartered Borough of Arima is the easternmost and second largest area of the three boroughs of Trinidad and Tobago. This town is well known for its shopping areas located in the inner most portion of the town. It serves as a main trading hub for environs which makes the town considerably busy. Many persons visit Arima to relax and enjoy the wide array of local bars and street food offered such as burgers, doubles, gyros etc. Home to the famous drag malls, persons can visit Arima to purchase items of Rastafarian heritage. Arima, has primary and secondary schools, hospitals, police and fire services readily available. It attracts persons from all over as it hosts exciting borough day & Jouvert celebrations Fun fact, Arima is home to the indigenous people known as the “Caribs”. They are mainly found in the area of Arima called Calvary Hill which attracts many tourists as the Caribs were a well-known tribe in their time.
Brazil is a village located between San Raphael and Las Lomas #3, Trinidad and Tobago, this area has developed significantly. It can also be accessed through the Talparo Raod. Most residents are not from this community and found themselves here through the economic growth and land sales and development. you can find a police station nearby in San Raphael, Primary and Secondary schools. Brazil has recent housing developments however there are still some areas that are rural in nature. The community has small businesses that support the residents on a day to day basis and any major transactions are usually conducted in the Borough of Arima. Brazil has also recently organized and rolled out its J’ouvert celebrations.
Cumuto is a district in Trinidad. Cumuto is east of Sangre Grande and south of Arima. It is within the Sangre Grande region. Cumuto is the site of the Aripo Savannas Scientific Reserve, an area which contains one of the last remaining areas of natural savannah in Trinidad and Tobago. This village is easily accessible and has developed significantly. It is protected by the Cumuto Police station. The residences have stabilized their standard of living by successfully development their small businesses. There are Churches, Schools and recreational parks.
San Raphael is located in the North Eastern region of Trinidad. It is a developing community where some housing developments are almost to completion. San Raphael is located between Arima Industrial Estate and Brazil. There are few small businesses here however locally owned medium sized manufacturing companies have taken up residence to maintain business operations. San Raphael has a rural area where many use as hunting grounds when the hunting season is open. There are churches, schools and a police station located in this community.
Talparo is a rural community in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located in west-central Trinidad, and is administered by the Couva–Tabaquite–Talparo Regional Corporation. Mostly considered a residential area, Talparo has small businesses that are becoming more successful through economic growth. The area has shown signs of development over the years.