This ocean view estate property is located in the Eastern District of New Providence. Designed by renowned mid-century architect Robertson ‘Happy’ Ward famous for notable Caribbean homes and resorts such as the exclusive Mill Reef Club, Antigua, and Sandy Lane in Barbados. Faldaral has kept the traditional and elegant feel synonymous with the homes built at that time, with marble flooring, arched doorways, and wainscot paneling. A 40 ft swimming pool sits in-between the main house and the cottage offering privacy and tranquility. The pool has a covered patio area for BBQing, and steps lead down to a treed area which could be further developed. The cottage is 1,600 sq. ft. with a living, dining, and separate kitchen and powder room on the ground floor and 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the second floor with a balcony overlooking the property and sea views. It has its own entrance and could be rented for additional income. Additionally, there is a two-car garage and a space above it which could be used as a gym, office, or converted to an in-law suite.
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