400-Acre Antigua Development Site Lists for $40 Million
A “pristine” stretch of prime development property in Antigua has hit the market for $40 million.
The “Edwards Land” is listed with Turks and Caicos-based The Agency’s Ian Hurdle and Katherine Baryluk.
Set in the Five Islands area in the northwestern corner of Antigua, this “pristine” property has direct access to three beaches: George Bay on the west and a pair of beaches on Pinching Bay to the south.
Sellers are amenable to a structured payment arrangement over a 24-month period, following an initial deposit, according to The Agency.
“The lands are ideally suited for hotel, villas and condo development, along with golf course construction,” Hurdle says.
Perhaps most notably, the area may be pre-approved for Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment Program, which has helped fuel the full-fledged hotel and resort development boom in the country in recent years, one that has drawn projects from brands like Waldorf-Astoria and Rosewood, among others.
Edwards Land is a 400-acre lot.
For more, visit The Agency.