This place…tucked away on the corner of a Caribbean island… is a little piece of paradise.
Nineteen miles of white- and tan-sand beaches weave their way along the coast, interrupted only by a couple of rocky points. It’s all open to the public.
You won’t find big resorts full of spring breakers here. Instead, you’ll find relaxing beaches backed by gently swaying palm trees, and a night sky that comes to light with brightly twinkling stars.
These miles of beaches are dotted with French and Italian restaurants, and seafood grill houses piled with fish straight off a local fisherman’s boat. They come with the quality and ambiance of the old countries but with bargain prices—like $12 for the finest lobster ravioli I’ve tasted.
I can’t think of a better escape from cold northern winters than a beach pad here. And it’s easy to get to. Direct and affordable morning flights from the U.S. and Canada will get you here in time for a relaxing lunch on the beach. (Maybe Cuban tapas, that lobster ravioli I told you about, or a rich espresso served with Italian style and panache.)
You’ll find your real estate dollars stretch here, too. Particularly with an opportunity like this one:
One member of my Real Estate Trend Alert group could lock down a property just back from the beach at a bargain price.
It’s a studio condo that’s sold furnished—and it’s ready to use or rent out right away. It’s bright and comfortable. Natural light flows through a bay window and double doors bring you to your terrace.
You’re just a few steps from the communal gardens and a short walk to the beach, its buzzing bars and restaurants, and the town’s amenities.
The cost: $54,400. That’s the price of a luxury sedan. But, unlike that sedan, this investment won’t depreciate as soon as you drive it off the lot. In fact I expect its value will go up. The owner needs to sell fast, so you’re ahead from the get go.
Plus, the market here is on the up as word slowly gets out to North Americans about how special this place is. European expats have been coming here for years.
The rental market is strong. There’s almost year-round demand from Europeans. This could be a nice little earner when you lock and leave your beach-town pad.
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Editor’s Note: Ronan McMahon is a director of Pathfinder (International Living’s preferred real estate advertiser).