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Platinum lifestyle in Barbados
December 9, 2011

Royal Westmoreland overlooking the Platinum Coast of Barbados is launching 'Jasmine Ridge', a remarkable group of land plots on one of the highest and most scenic parts of the estate. The release of this land presents a last opportunity for purchasers to have a custom built home on the estate's only remaining ridge at the award-winning golf resort.

The 23 plots of land ranging from 15,000 to 37,000 sq. ft have panoramic views over the emerald green fairways of the golf course and the shimmering blue Caribbean Sea.  Homes on these plots will enjoy an incredible sense of privacy and space as they are part of a 750 acre estate on which only 5% of the land is built upon. All homes have either a west or south facing aspect and benefit from the cooling trade winds.

Buyers can have a home custom built by Royal Westmoreland's team of architects, interior designers and craftsmen. The plots are ideal for a three or four bedroom villa of 4,000 to 5,000 sq.ft with optional guest cottage. Using the finest finishes and furnishings, owners can choose from pre-designed and furnished interiors or create their own idea of elegant living.

Prices for the plots start from US$1.25 million (£799,000) and go up to US$2.2 million (£1.4 million). A four bedroom villa in the Angelica design, as shown in the photos, would typically cost US$2.25 million (£1.42 million) or US$2.55 million (£1.6 million) with a guest cottage.

As a member of the British Commonwealth, with the British monarchy as head of state, Barbados provides familiarity for British home owners, with its heritage steeped in British culture and a common language.

The Royal Westmoreland estate is made up of ü ber-luxurious villas, apartments and penthouses spread across 750 acres of lush tropical landscape in the prestigious parish of St. James. The centre piece of the estate is one of the finest championship golf courses in the world. Designed by renowned golf architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. the par 72 course necessitates the use of every club in the golfer's bag.

A short drive inland from the 'Platinum Coast' with its beautiful white sandy beaches, chic restaurants and laid back beach bars, access to the estate is granted by appointment only ensuring owners the tranquility and seclusion they wish for.

All owners have unrestricted access to the estate's extensive leisure facilities which include three 25 metre leisure pools, a children's pool, a fully-equipped gym, the golf course, Clubhouse restaurant and Bajan Rum Shack, floodlit tennis garden courts, the island's only Elemis endorsed spa and Mullins Private Beach Club on Mullins Bay- a magnificent stretch of secluded coast just a few minutes' drive away from the estate.

Arguably Barbados' best beach, Mullins is located in a bay with the finest white sand and calm, crystal clear waters that offer ideal conditions for a whole range of water sports such as scuba diving, parasailing and cove exploring. While relaxing on the beach, guests at Royal Westmoreland can enjoy the exclusive use of the Bell Captain Services and from the comfort of their sun beds order cocktails, light snacks or even book a table at the distinguished Mullins Restaurant for beachfront dining at sunset.

For more information phone +44 (0)1524 782649, Email rwsales@royal-westmoreland.com

Or visit www.royalwestmoreland.com








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