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Gibbes Glade 4 Bedroom Gibbs (St. Peter, St. Peter, BB - BB0000) Built

$475,000 USD
$950,000.00 Barbados Dollars

Ankir Holdings Inc

Kirk Barnett Kirk Barnett (246) 429-8292 (Office) (246) 437-2778 (Office) (246) 230-5729 (Cell) (246) 429-8407 (Fax) Request More Info

  • Type: Residential
  • Style: Single Story
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2 "plus 1 bed 1 bath apt"
  • Size: 3,510 sq. ft.
  • Lot Size: 10300 sq. ft.
  • MLS #: SS0031


A sizable 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with a self-contained 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment located in an established neighbourhood and walking distance to the stunning west coast.

A sheltered front patio leads inside past a study that is approximately 13 x 7 with a ceiling fan. This flows to a spacious open plan living and dining area with an ample kitchen complete with a breakfast bar. The living and dining area flows out nicely via two double doors to a large patio that is partly covered. This overlooks an area where excavation for a swimming pool and Jacuzzi had commenced, with much of the initial work having already been done, and this could now quite easily be completed.

To the side of the property is a nice open and mature garden as well as a charming and large garden shed. Also on the main level of the house is a direct access to the self-contained apartment complete with a kitchenette, a 12 x 9 bedroom with a ceiling fan and an en suite bathroom with a shower. The apartment also offers its own private external entrance via the garden.

A long staircase leads upstairs to a large and breezy sheltered patio that is about 25 x 11 and can be accessed directly via both the master and second bedroom. The master bedroom is approximately 20 x 13 with an en suite bathroom with a shower and private access to a small patio. The other two bedrooms are about 13 x 11 and 13 x 12 and they share a bathroom with a Jacuzzi. All bedrooms have ceiling fans.

A good sized home on a nice sized lot that just requires some finishing touches.


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