About this Property
Townhouse For Rent – Mt Hope Villas, Mt Hope – $8500TT
Spacious, fully air conditioned, three storey townhouse of approximately 2,500sf ideally located within close proximity to the EMR, highway, Mt. Hope complex and other major amenities. This well kept unit features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, open plan living and dining, with kitchen and adjoining laundry room as well as a recreational / TV area. In addition, there is a bonus feature of a 400sf basement, which is multi-functional and can be perfect for entertaining or converted to a separate living space. Parking for 2 vehicles. Being rented fully-furnished
About the Region
Mt. Hope is a mixed community located on the North Eastern side of Trinidad and Tobago. Known for the Medical Complex hospital facility, the manufacturing sites, government administrative buildings, Schools and medium sized businesses. Many residents have grown accustomed to the expanding commercial developments and have also benefited from this growth. Mt. Hope has a main connecting road that brings you directly from the Eastern Main Road and Priority Bus Route to the Churchill Roosevelt Highway which takes you to several different parts of Trinidad. This area is busy when it comes to daily activities.
San Juan (pronounced, in the local English dialect, "sah-wah") is a town in Trinidad and Tobago. Located in San Juan–Laventille region in Saint George County, it lies within the East-West Corridor Metropolitan Area, between Barataria and Saint Joseph. The local nightlife includes many pubs and bars along the main streets of San Juan. The nightlife facilities are available daily until approximately midnight, on Fridays and Saturdays nightlife goes until 5am. Aranguez is home to one of the country's most popular savannahs, Aranguez Savannah. Aranguez Savannah hosts major celebrations and events including Holi, Diwali, Eid al-Fitr, Hosay, Carnival, cricket games, and The Samaan Tree Rock Festival among many other live concerts. San Juan is well known for its busy day life as many working class people use this town as an in transit junction. It serves as a main supply for environs as it facilitates business ventures such as markets, groceries, wholesale and other retail shops.
St. Augustine is a town in the Northwest of Trinidad. It is the site of the University of the West Indies at St. Augustine. St. Augustine is home to thousands of university students and is now being converted to a university town as the economy of the area is fuelled significantly by the spending power of the 60,000 plus university population. Many houses in the general university area have been converted to students' accommodation. You can find St. John's Road in St. Augustine, this is the main access road for Mount St. Benedict, one of the notable historic sites in Trinidad and Tobago. On the mount, one can find a Catholic Church along with a monastery and a factory where yogurt is made. On this road, there is also the St. John Baptist Roman Catholic Church. The church is opposite to a Community Centre and now houses a new field for the residents to engage in football, one of the more popular sports of this area. St. Augustine is also home to the Hugh Wooding Law School, a prestigious law school which attracts many inter-island students of the Caribbean and beyond. Further educational establishments include St. Augustine Girls' High School and Lakshmi Girls' Hindu College. In close proximity to the law school is the Seismic Research Centre, which is the official source of information on earthquakes and volcanoes in the English-speaking Caribbean. It is the headquarters of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha. Hospitals, Banks, Supermarkets, and many other businesses can be found in this location. The Tunapuna market is just a short distance away on the eastern side of St. Augustine and Curepe junction on the western side where food, transportation and recreational centres can be found.
St. Joseph was founded in 1592 by Antonio de Berrio and is the oldest town in Trinidad and Tobago. Originally named San José de Oruña, it served as the capital of Spanish Trinidad between 1592 and 1783. In 1595 the place was attacked and held by Sir Walter Raleigh and was used as a base for his exploration of the Orinoco river in search of the fabled city of El Dorado. Soon after his return the place was burnt and sacked. St. Joseph is not an incorporated municipality. It falls within the boundaries of the Tunapuna–Piarco region. Today it is the home of several different schools, including St. Joseph's Convent, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Boys Roman Catholic School, St. Joseph Girls Roman Catholic School, St. Joseph Government School, St. Joseph College, T.M.L Primary School, St Joseph and St. Xavier's Preparatory School.