Property focus: Cabot Saint Lucia, a once-in-a-lifetime real estate opportunity | Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

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If you were given £1,000 for every time you read the words ‘spectacular’, ‘stunning’, ’exclusive’ and ‘breath-taking’ in articles about world class beachfront real estate as well as an extra £5,000 every time you read ‘sought-out’ and ‘sought after’ and phrases like ‘once-in-a-lifetime real estate opportunities overlooking the Caribbean Sea’ and ‘world class beach front real estate’ and received a jackpot of £10,000 for each time you came across the claim, ‘The world’s number one golf resort’, you’d be rich. In fact, you would probably be able to put down a deposit and get most of the paperwork done to buy into the latest stunning and spectacular once-in-a-lifetime real estate opportunities overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

Or, in this case, the Atlantic Ocean.

With its hilltop and ocean front residence, turnkey or custom-built, Cabot Saint Lucia is perhaps the most stunning and breath-taking of them all. It is already sought after and will be sought out by golfers, vacationers and investors alike.

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Cabot Saint Lucia offers spectacular golf, jaw-dropping natural beauty, and a residential community located on a beautiful 375-acre peninsula at the northern tip of the revered Caribbean Island

Cabot, best-known for its world-class golf destinations (Cabot Cliffs and Cabot Links are rated #9 and #43, respectively, by Golf Digest), is opening its latest luxury golf resort property on the east Caribbean island.

A 75-minute drive from Hewanorrah International Airport and ten minutes from the island’s private airport, the 375-acre Point Hardy development on the northern tip of Saint Lucia adjacent to breath-taking Piton Mountain offers homes starting at $2million. The impressive collection of residences includes hillside properties to sprawling family homes to customisable beachside lots. Fairway Villas promise lofty views of the golf course, beach and ocean, and are blessed with infinity edge swimming pools to luxuriate in, while you can enjoy a slice of paradise with a lot of your own that have to be seen to be believed.

Cabot Saint Lucia swimming pool
The development will feature a magnificent Coore and Crenshaw-designed 18-hole golf course and a stunning collection of residences ranging from hillside townhomes to expansive single-family homes and customisable beachfront lots

The site also has an oceanfront luxury boutique hotel, three restaurants, and a spa and a wellness centre, tennis courts, as well as world-class volcanic sand beaches, world-class diving opportunities, and world-class rainforest hikes. In addition to this, expect to find two-time US Master champion (1984 and 1995) Ben Crenshaw’s first Caribbean golf course design with Bill Coore featuring eight spectacular oceanside holes and breath-taking cliff top fairways.

Leading golf course developer Mike Keiser and Cabot CEO Ben Cowan-Dewar – who are also responsible for Oregon’s Bandon Dunes, Barnbougie Dunes in Tasmania, Cabot Nova Scotia, Wisconsin’s Sand Valley and Coul Links in Scotland – have worked with Jackson Clements Burrows Architects, London’s Studio RHE, who completed the Six Senses ‘Zil Pasyon Resort in the Seychelles and the Yacht Club Pool at Porto Montenegro, and Toronto’s Murakami Design, whose exclusive residential and resort projects include The Bear’s Club in Jupiter, Florida, Albany Club and Harbour Island in the Bahamas and Sag Harbour on Long Island.

Cabot Saint Lucia property
Real estate ownership at Cabot Saint Lucia combines the magic of island living with a strong sense of community

Cabot real estate ownership and membership benefits give new meaning to the word ‘luxury’ as well as ‘exclusive’ and, of course, ‘number one golf resort’. Perhaps even paradise too. It’s been described as ‘off the charts spectacular’ and doubtless will one day be described as ‘stunning on steroids’.

Cowan-Dewar said: “I can’t think of one place on Earth quite like this. And while people say that about most places they go, I truly do mean it.” 

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