3 bedroom villa for sale in Barbados located 5 minutes walk from Mullins Beach in St Peter on the island’s West Coast.
Mullins, St Peter, Barbados – Villa for Sale
This townhouse-style villa is located in a well planned community just 5 minutes from the beach in St Peter, Barbados.
The impressive colonial villa features an open layout with spacious living room, elegant dining area and beautiful Italian kitchen equipped with modern appliances.
The interior gives way to a private covered terrace with plunge pool.
The villa offers a total of 3 bedrooms all located on the first floor, including a master bedroom with private en suite bathroom featuring both a tub and shower and a private balcony with partial sea views.
The 2 guest bedrooms share a bathroom with a walk-in shower.
Residents enjoy use of various amenities within the community including a large private club house with communal swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sun loungers and umbrellas, tennis court, extensive gardens, security gate with night guards, plus full time management and concierge support.
Residents also enjoys use of the beach bar, restaurant, sun beds, safe swimming and water sports at nearby Mullins Beach.
Close to Beaches, Restaurants, Shopping & Golf
The community is conveniently located between Holetown and Speightstown, close to supermarkets, duty free shopping, boutique stores, banks and post offices.
Holetown’s Limegrove shopping center and cinema and historic Speightstown’s local bars, restaurants and shopping are also within easy reach.
The golf courses at Apes Hill, Royal Westmoreland and Sandy Lane are also just a short drive away, as are the beautiful West Coast beaches of Gibbs Bay, Paynes Bay, Port St Charles and Glitter Bay.
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