Sunday, October 22, 2006
Two new tourism residential projects are being being rolled out in the Mullins Bay area - the townhouses at Battaleys (above top, click photo to enlarge) and the former Kings Beach hotel which is being turned into luxury condominiums (above bottom, click photo to enlarge). Units in both properties start at around US $1 million. The Battaleys townhouses are completed and sit on the first terrace above Mullins Bay on the northern boundary of Mullins Terrace on what was once some of the sugarcane growing lands of the old Battaleys Plantation (see Google map below). Currently, 30 2-storey/3-bedroom luxury townhouses with plunge pools and 2,600 sq. feet of living space are now being offered for sale with the potential for rental income. The Kings Beach project is still in the pipeline, probably still bogged down in legal hurdles. However, when and if it is completed it promises to transform Road View and its beachfront with a 4-storey/50-unit luxury condominium complex. Construction has already started on Kings Beach northern boundary on 60 more luxury condos at the infamous St. Peter's Bay development. All said, Mullins Bay is hot!
Posted by KNRX at 1:44 PM