Much like a treehouse, Sandy Lane offers a total respite from the busy world, with only the chattering of monkeys and the whirl of visiting hummingbirds to break the silence. Right up in the rain forest, surrounded by lush green foliage and interesting plants peeking out from giant boulders, the house affords great sea views. The cottage is a unique and inviting getaway and pleasant place to put down roots on an island—with a second cute cottage for guests.

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Additional Information

Age: Built in 2005

Great Room: Living room and kitchen are combined in a large great room with tall cathedral ceilings, all traditionally built using Caribbean architectural features. Wooden floors and cabinets in kitchen. Large window openings leading out to huge wooden front veranda overlooking the sea below.

Outdoor Veranda: Large outdoor veranda to front of house for enjoying sunsets. Boardwalk-type entrance from the garden to the main door.

Bedrooms: Large bedroom with built-in closets to the back of the house with adjacent bathroom with walk-in shower.

Guest Cottage: A short walk from the main house is an adorable guest cottage with bedroom and bath, kitchenette and front veranda with new spacious deck.

Water: Cistern

Electric: Nevis Electricity Company

Construction: Wood

Other Comments: Quiet neighborhood of private homes tucked into the mountainside reached by long road up through Upper Hamilton above Charlestown and the historic Hamilton Estate ruins. Long private driveway leads up into house. Short drive to Bananas restaurant and within a few minute’s drive to downtown Charlestown and several supermarkets and city produce market. Garden has an array of plants, include fruit trees like avocado (pear), coconuts, sour orange, bananas, and coconut palms. About a 12-minute drive to the Four Seasons Resort Nevis for golf and tennis, and also many other beaches.

The above information is believed to have been gathered from reliable sources, but is based upon information gathered from third parties, therefore may not be complete or totally accurate.