Climate, space, views, freedom, infrastructure, services, quality – ticking every box is nearly impossible. Grenada’s The Point at Petite Calivigny is a unique opportunity to own an unsurpassed architectural masterpiece in a location that embraces both the land and sea. Located outside the hurricane belt in one of the world’s top cruising areas, the idyllic tranquility of the surrounding island undoubtedly makes this private sanctuary the perfect place to create a home that can be enjoyed for generations.
Situated on undeniably the most spectacular location on the island of Grenada, in close proximity to the island capital of St George’s, The Point is a one-of-a-kind property. Exclusive plots include two-bedroom condominiums, three-bedroom villas through to owning the entire eight-acres of undeveloped prime real estate. A safe haven for affluent yacht owners and their families, the resort itself sits above a secluded, private-access beach and its own private deep-water marina in a marine sanctuary. Owners and their guests have access to all the resort facilities, including a personal concierge service.
Investment opportunities at The Point include whole estate ownership as a private compound, additional residences, or development potential for a full-service boutique hotel. The undeveloped land of eight acres features a private beach and deep-water dock which can accommodate a wide assortment of yachts up to 174 feet. Incredibly private and exceptionally spectacular, The Point is a unique opportunity to create your own estate. The Point’s beachfront and marina benefit from calm waters due to the reef that runs across the bay – a safe haven for your family and yacht. Phase One completed build includes three three-bedroom villas (two available) with infinity pools and twelve two-bedroom condominiums (six available) with access to a large shared pool. Grenada has no income tax, capital gains or inheritance tax.
For further information on the benefits of ownership contact Christopher Ashby 305.965.5496.
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