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The property has a history that dates back to 1660, the entire plantation consisted of 300 acres and stretched over the parishes of St. James, St. Thomas and St. Andrew and was first owned by the Lewis family.
The plantation house and several outbuildings sit on approximately 12.3 acres which was separated from the vast lands and this is what is on offer for sale. The main house is complete with spacious rooms and consists of four bedrooms, formal living and dining room, separate TV room/study, large fully equipped kitchen and cellar and a west facing deck with views to the west.
Other outbuildings on the estate include Paddock House which is a studio apartment, The Boiling House, a two-bedroom apartment along with another building which also houses a large two-bedroom apartment. Additionally, there are several derelict structures inclusive of The Stables, an old Mill wall and lime kiln.
Apes Hill Plantation has a unique position within the Apes Hill Golf Community benefiting from the views of the golf course but not liable for any communal charges of the club.