Johnson’s Point Beachfront Land
Johnson’s Point 3.78 acres of beach front is suitable for a small boutique hotel restaurant development or can be subdivided into 4 half acre plots for building beach front homes. There is approximately 150 meters of beautiful quiet beach front overlooking the Caribbean sea with views of Montserrat, Guadeloupe and beyond.
EXCLUSIVE LISTING. Johnson’s Point 3.78 acres of beach front is suitable for building beach front homes. There is approximately 150 meters of beautiful quiet beach front overlooking the Caribbean sea with views of Montserrat, Guadeloupe and beyond. It is possible to moor your own boat as the bay is protected by Cades Reef. There is a constant parade of water craft negotiating the channel in front of this property. The property affords, swimming, snorkeling and water sports off the beach.
The property is accessed by private road which from the main road which passes through Johnson’s Point Village. The area features several excellent restaurants and bars including Turner’s Beach Bar, OJ’s restaurant, Jackie O’s and Keyonna Beach Boutique Hotel Restaurant and beach Bar. Johnson’s Point is only minutes away from Jolly Harbour, Jolly Beach Hotel, Sugar Ridge Spa and many other restaurants, bars, retails shops, banks, pharmacy.
There is the well-stocked Epicurean Supermarket at Jolly Harbour. Jolly Harbour features an 18-hole championship golf course, a fully serviced marina, pots Center, 25 meter Swimming Pool while Sugar Ridge boats a Sap and Gym, all available for your pleasure. The property is 20 minutes from the Capital St. John’s and 30 minutes to the International Airport or to the Historic National Park in English Harbour featuring Nelson’s Dockyard, Shirley Heights and the Yachting Capital of the Caribbean. The Earlings, Johnson Point and Crabb Hill small village communities are full of activities, a medical clinic, small grocery shops, village bars and quick stops.
The Fishing Port of Earlings, where a constant supply of fresh fish can be purchased, also has additional service such as a service station. This fishing port was built by Japanese aid and has a controlled depth suitable for relatively shallow draft water craft. The Port is noted for its hosting of the Earlings Sea Food Fest.. For additional information and request a viewing please contact or .