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St Vincent and the Grenadines - Chatham Bay 3.5 acres headland Lot 46 - Union Island, Union Island
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Bloody Bay, Union Island
An Excellent Location
Lot 46 enjoys a beautifully unspoilt, natural location at the gateway to the Grenadines. The land sits on the ridge between Bloody Bay and the stunning Chatham Bay. Views over both bays and the Caribbean Sea are panoramic, uninterrupted and include the islands of Canouan, Catholic Island and, on clear days, the northern Grenadine chain. Bloody Bay is a pristine deep coral sand beach. The water is calm & clear and the swimming, snorkeling and diving are world class.
A Beautiful Island
Union Island forms part of the perimeter of the Tobago Cays National Park and Marine Reserve where 5 miles of coral reef encircle four desert islands set in an incredible turquoise lagoon. The beauty of this area is nothing short of breathtaking, and Union Island is definitely a fantastic location in which to consider buying land or property, and this lot would certainly be a great investment. Union Island is an established destination of choice in the region for yachts. Sailing in the Grenadines is among the finest in the world, and Union Island is the perfect starting point for many.
Lot 46 could be used to create a fantastic private home. It could also be developed as the base for a rental property, and this option has tremendous potential, since Union Island is becoming increasingly popular with tourists - it is the perfect base for those wanting to explore not only Union Island, but also Mayreau, Palm Island and the Tobago Cays, among other destinations.
Explore the Grenadines with Ease
The island has a small airstrip, which allows for easy island hopping to neighbouring destinations. Nearby airports include Canouan, Mustique and St Vincent, and there are also three hub airports that are within easy reach of Union Island - Grenada is 35 miles away, St Lucia 90 miles and Barbados 100 miles. Travel from Union Island to other islands in the Grenadines is becoming more and more simple, with private planes, speedboats and ferries all available as options.