Grenada Property & Grenada Real Estate by Caribbean Land & Property. Search for land, or a home, house, or investment property in Grenada. Buy, sell or invest in real estate, land, or commercial property in Grenada, with Caribbean Land & Property experienced in Grenada Real Estate & Property Sales.
Caribbean Land and Property
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Youtube Blog
Caribbean Land and Property
Caribbean Land and Property
Caribbean Land and Property Caribbean Land and Property Caribbean Land and Property
Caribbean Land and Property
Caribbean Land and Property Caribbean Land and Property
Caribbean Land and Property
Caribbean Land and Property Caribbean Land and Property SEARCH BY      


Financial Articles

Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Offshore Company
Caribbean Property and Real Estate 
Dominica Second Passport
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Offshore Jurisdiction
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  St Kitts 2nd Passport
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Tax Avoidance
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Tax Haven Comparisons
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Caribbean Mortgages
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Economic Citizenship
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Estate Planning
Caribbean Property and Real Estate 
Int. Business Companies
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Offshore Tax Havens
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Second Passport FAQ
Caribbean Property and Real Estate  Caribbean Passport


Life Styles Blog
 
 
 
 
 
Back  |  about Grenada  |  comparisons  |  add to favourites  |  send listing to friend
 
 Price : US$ 1,500,000 Type : Home - House REF : GRE0020 

Grenada : Samaritan Estate, Union                                                                                  Grenada Plantation House


Restored plantation house with 4 bedroom and 3 bathrooms, set within 6 acres of land and being sold fully furnished.

Grenada Plantation House

This magnificent plantation house was completely restored to its original splendour in 2001.

Grenada Plantation House


The renovations, shown here still in progress, include a newly fitted kitchen and an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom.

 

Grenada Plantation House

The house sits within 6 acres of land that includes an original cocoa processing building and an abandoned tennis court.

Grenada Plantation House

The location of the house makes it very private, whilst the design allows the owners to stay in close contact with nature.

Grenada Plantation House

Grenada Plantation House

This beautifully restored plantation house lays within the parish of St. Patrick's at the Northern end of the island, and is approximately 1 hour from Point Salines Airport and the city of St. George's.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The house is kept cool by a steady tradewind breeze.

Grenada Plantation House

 

The property is in an elevated position with views over the surrounding countryside and to the sea.

Grenada Plantation House

Grenada Plantation House


This beautifully restored plantation house, set within 6 acres of land, is being sold fully furnished and is priced to sell.


For further information on this property click on the Contact Us buttons at the top or bottom of this page.



Grenada Property Buying Information

Alien Land Holders Licence
All foreign nationals wishing to purchase property in Grenada must apply for an Aliens Land Holding Licence and upon the granting the Licence will need to pay the government 10% of the purchase price to be issued with the license.

Buyers Closing Costs
Legal Fees - Approx.   2% of the Purchase Price.
Stamp Duty - Approx.  1% of the Purchase Price.
Alien Landholders - 10% of Purchase Price.

The sellers legal fees are approximately 1% of the purchase price
Property Transfer Tax - 5% of the purchase price for nationals and 15% for non nationals.
Real Estate Commission - Normally 5% of the Purchase Price .

Property Title
The majority of property in Grenada is owned fee simple, however property in Grenada may also be held on long lease from private individuals, which are normally 99 years or the unexpired term in the case of an assignment of a lease. For practical purposes a purchaser of such a leasehold interest will enjoy all the benefits of an absolute title for the duration of the lease.

Legal Matters
The purchaser will require a registered Grenadian attorney to search the register and establish title to the property prior to the completion of sale to ensure that there are no encumbrances, charges, encroachments or other impediments to the sale.  It normally takes 2-3 months for all the legal issues to be resolved and the sale close.

 

 

Caribbean Land and Property  -  The Leading On-Line Source for Caribbean Property

 
Back  |  about Grenada  |  comparisons  |  add to favourites  |  send listing to friend
Last Updated On 20 Nov 2017