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Historic Nevis Hotel Hits the Market for $3.25 Million

By: Caribbean Journal Staff

An historic hotel on the island of Nevis has hit the market, Caribbean Journal Invest has learned. 

The former Old Manor House Hotel, set on what was a working sugar plantation until 1936, has been listed by St Kitts Nevis Realty for $3.25 million. 

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