Listing Overview: An amazing one-of-the-kind property and wildlife sanctuary located on a gently sloping hillside land, with encompassing panoramic ocean views stretching over to Admiralty bay and spectacular Princess Margaret. Situated on the Northern side, Lawler Hill consists of a romantic one level home, situated on spacious gentle grassy slopes with tropical gardens and fruit trees that surround the property. An active apiary is also included making this house the perfect getaway.
Views: Building one is a large open plan space which contains the kitchen, dining, living area and office, surrounded by a shaded patio with stunning ocean and garden views. Building two contains the master bedroom, with en-suite open-air bathroom and a circular stone shower. A private small garden of lily's surround the circular stonewall giving off a intimate natural ambiance. Building three, which is a small step up from the patio, contains a petit simple bedroom with stunning garden views.
Location: Known for its prominent location, the North side of Lawler Hill sits in an elevated location which benefits from privacy as well as its great proximity to bars, restaurants, and of course the beautiful white sandy beaches of Lower Bay, Princess Margaret & grand Friendship. Being in a private residential area comes with many perks, one of which is the peaceful aura, along with the cooling trade-winds & relaxed ambiance. The walk to Lower Bay, Princess Margaret or Friendship beaches are not more than ten to fifteen minutes and are filled with Lush sceneries for all to explore.
History: This land is a historical homestead site, settled by one of the earliest families dating back to the 1700’s. The existing foundation was built in the early 1950’s. The present owners, an American and Italian, have lived full time in this home since 1969.
“The relationship we have had with this property has been one of love and respect for the land and it’s creatures, the island and it’s people. wishing to leave as small a footprint as possible. We hope to find new owners of the same nature.”