Brownes Penthouse is located just steps away from the South Coast Boardwalk. It is in Marine Gardens, Christ Church. Brownes Penthouse presents one of the only fully upgraded penthouses. It is directly across the road from the beach. It enjoys cool breezes. It also offers wide views of the coastline. The views extend from an expansive terrace. The penthouse was designed by luxury boutique interior designer Chantelle Alicia Interiors. This newly completed penthouse exudes a design concept like no other. It features interiors consisting of clean minimalist lines. It offers a sociable open concept plan.
The use of semi-private slatted bespoke partitions adds flexibility to the living space. From the kitchen to the bedrooms, the aesthetic remains consistent throughout. The holistic design integrity of the unit is maintained throughout. At the same time the property integrates the natural beauty of the exterior. In particular the greenery and sea views. The living areas flow seamlessly to the alluring corridor. From the corridor there is a media room/office. This has been converted from the 4th bedroom. There is a large guestroom with an ensuite bathroom. There is also a shared bathroom and another guest room.
The primary bedroom sits on the other side of the hallway. It features an ensuite bathroom with custom finishes. All bedrooms have large windows.They are all air-conditioned. Amenities of this gated development include elevator access. There is also a saltwater pool, a gym and a BBQ area.
This Brownes Penthouse is just a few steps from the South Coast Boardwalk. It is one of only a few fully upgraded penthouses across from the beach.
The parish of Christ Church is one of eleven historic political divisions of Barbados. It has a land area of 57 km2 and is found at the southern end of the island. Christ Church has survived by name as one of the original six parishes created in 1629 by Governor Sir William Tufton.
The parish contains the Sir Grantley Adams International Airport as well as the last remaining mangrove swamp in the country, the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary. Under Barbados’s historic vestry, the main parish church was originally seated near Dover. After it and the courtyard were destroyed by flood in 1669, the main parish church moved to the Oistins area, becoming the main town and former capital of the parish. The South Point Lighthouse is located in South Point, Christ Church, between Atlantic Shores and Green Garden, also in Christ Church.
Another notable area of Christ Church is Saint Lawrence Gap, which is the most lively tourist area on the island. Many of the taverns and clubs in St. Lawrence are frequented by locals and tourists alike.
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