Gem of Caribbean Real-Estate Going On Auction

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33 Hectares (82 Acres) of historic Caribbean real estate goes up for sale. This property, Indian Point Estate, part of the Louis D'or Estate on the island of Tobago, is the ideal living space for the nature lover and is situated a mere 25-minute drive from the capital city of Scarborough, and the Crown Point International Airport. Auction date is set for December 1st 2007.

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Resting invisibly from the eyes of modernization on the south eastern coast of the Caribbean island of Tobago lies a hidden treasure of the perfect sun set and 180 degree views of the Atlantic Ocean. This 33 Hectares (82 Acres) of contoured, windswept land is now ready and waiting for the right buyer to reveal its history’s secrets.

The buyer of this gem of Caribbean real estate gets the best of both worlds … from the uncharted forest and isolated beaches to the steel-pan playing outdoor cafes and exotic restaurants. From Indian Point Estate, you can get to the bustling Capital of Scarborough, in mere minutes and even better, you are situated only steps away from the Crown Point International Airport.

Here, it seems like time stood still for nature’s hands to mold its pure, crystal clear springs, which empty themselves into the river’s mouth on the northwestern base of the headland. The meandering coastline of secluded coves and uncharted inlets all whisper tales of there past.

The wetlands’ valley floors will entice the nature enthusiast within you with its exhilarating Tropical grandeur. These contours give birth to a luxuriant and diverse array of one-of-a-kind flora and fauna. Your senses will indulge in the mysterious wild life; with their intense color and harmonious sounds. Indian Point Estate tickles your adventurous side and yet offers you utter and complete sanctuary. Spoiling you and bowing to your every whim and fancy, this magical gem of Caribbean real estate gives special and full attention to your every mood.

POSSIBLE USES:
1.    This property can be developed into an ultra-private residence

2.    It can be developed as originally planned with a Hotel Resort Complex on the seafront at the foot of the valley and housing clusters on 1 Hectare (2.5 Acres) parcels on selected sites on the side and top of the valley (outline approval previously granted)

3.    It can also be developed into 5 acre plots which can be marketed independently

Noteworthy is that the local authorities are receptive to a development that preserves at best the nature of the environment and incentives including tax holidays for up to five years are offered to approved real estate projects. In addition to this there is no volcanic activity on the island and it lies outside of the hurricane zone. Political stability exists and crime and pollution are practically non-issues.

To entertain the hidden explorer, Indian Point Estate also had its own keeper. But, not just any keeper, a keeper that left a book. A bound diary of its history all mapped out waiting for your arrival. Read about how the estate began in the 1700s when the British colonized Tobago, right up to the point when it was sold in the 1800s.

Its very own website, http://www.Indianpointestate.com reveals so much, yet, not worthy enough to impart its true magical past. Here and only here will you find the diary to read yourself into living the dream.

This land owns many secrets but only one will know them all. This is your opportunity to own your own sunny, Caribbean escape and embrace paradise.

Auction of this gem of Caribbean real-estate has been scheduled for December 1st 2007. For additional information on this property please visit the official website at http://www.indianpointestate.com or the Auctioneer, Mr. Joel Langer, at http://www.escapeartist.com/International_Real_Estate/Auctions/ for more details.

Contact:
Joel Langer, Auctioneer
International Real Estate Auction
1-847-867-7518
http://www.escapeartist.com/International_Real_Estate/Auctions/

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