Home Real Estate House Hunting in Grenada: A Better ‘Beach Shack’ on the Caribbean Coast

House Hunting in Grenada: A Better ‘Beach Shack’ on the Caribbean Coast

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This two-bedroom farm-style house offers Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea views from a bluff above a white sandy beach on the southeast coast of Carriacou, an island in Grenada.

Built from greenheart wood and stone in 2014, the 1,178-square-foot off-white home has a sheet-metal roof, solar panels and hurricane battens, as well as a dock and jetty into the water. The 1.5-acre property is lush with tropical trees, including coconut, banana, lime, tamarind, mango, avocado and passion fruit, as well as old cedars and an organic vegetable garden.

“I love this property, because it’s reminiscent of a beach shack, though so much nicer,” said Paula La Touche-Keller, the owner-broker of Century 21 Grenada Grenadines, which has the listing. “It’s what people dream about when they dream of living on an island.”

A barn-style door opens to a rustic open-plan living area…

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