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2.3 Acres of Beachfront Land for Sale, Maxwell Beach, Christ Church, Barbados

South Coast, Barbados

Property ID: 54627

2.3 acres of prime beachfront land for sale in Barbados fronting on to Maxwell Beach on the south coast – excellent development potential.

Beachfront Land for Sale in Barbados

Searching for prime beachfront land for sale in Barbados?

This is a rare opportunity to acquire a superbly located parcel representing a superb investment opportunity.

The property is situated on Maxwell Coast Road in Christ Church on the South Coast of Barbados and fronts directly on to the white sands of Maxwell Beach.

Spanning 2.3 acres (101,060 square feet) in size, the parcel features an existing house with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and stunning views of the turquoise Caribbean Sea.

Excellent Development Potential

Located directly between Sandals Royal Barbados to one side and Bougainvillea Barbados to the other, the site offers excellent residential or commercial development potential.

The site is ideally suited for the development of a beachfront hotel, condo or townhouse development or a luxurious private beachfront estate.

Easy Access to the Amenities & Attractions of the South Coast

Situated on Maxwell Coast Road, this property fronts directly on to the white sands of Maxwell Beach, which counts among the best beaches on the island.

The location offers easy access to the amenities and attractions of the lively South Coast of Barbados, including nearby St Lawrence Gap and Oistins and other nearby spectacular beaches such as Dover Beach and Miami Beach.

A guide to Barbados

  • Average asking price $2,873,984
  • % + or - average property price +28%
  • Property price range $209,200 - $40,000,000

Reasons to invest in Barbados

  • Well-established real estate sector with a long track record of attracting affluent overseas home buyers.
  • Currently a buyer's market, offering great value to property investors.
  • Non-stop direct flights to Barbados from the USA, Canada, the UK, as well as the Caribbean, Central America and South America - boosted by increased airlift.