Golden View Sunset Crest is a 4 Story apartment building situated in Sunset Crest, within walking distance of beaches restaurants, shopping & cinema at Limegrove. Golf and tennis facilities are also close by.
This apartment is located on the 2nd floor and enjoys views of the garden. Golden View owners enjoy the communal lap-pool, restaurant on site and spacious enclosed grounds. Two elevators service the building and there is a laundry in the building.
The reception desk in the lobby is staffed 24/7. Property Owners Association membership is optional and entitles owners to private access to the beach through the property Owners’ Beach Club which also has a pool.
Golden View condos are an ideal opportunity to own an affordable property with great rental potential.
The parish of Saint James is an area located in the western central part of the country of Barbados. Increasingly St. James is becoming known as the playground of the rich and famous, and as a haven for sun-starved tourists with its up-market hotel resorts.
In local colloquium, St. James was known as the “Gold Coast”, but due to its ongoing popularity, it is now often referred to as the “Platinum Coast”, reflective of the parish’s many glitzy beach-front mansions, pristine beaches, luxury hotel resorts, and consistently high land prices.
The parish also has great historic significance, as it was here that the first British settlers landed in 1625. Under the authority of King James, the British claimed Barbados upon landing in St. James’ present-day town of Holetown (formerly known as Jamestown, named after the King himself); this settlement turned Barbados into what would later be known colloquially as “Little England”.
Noted for its shopping and restaurants in Holetown, Saint James, is central to Barbados’ bustling tourist industry, with historical attractions including the St. James Parish Church and the Portvale Sugar Factory, one of the few remaining operational sugar factories on the island.
Though the beach area is a haven for wealthy tourists and foreign expatriates, St. James as a whole is far from exclusive. As one of the bigger parishes of Barbados, it is home to over 20,000 nationals in its various districts, across various social strata. The parish is home to the prestigious Queen’s College, one of the foremost schools not only in Barbados, but also the Caribbean, founded over a century ago by British plantation owner Colonel Henry Drax. At its most rural, the parish’s many villages (such as the seafront Fitts Village) are abuzz with activity, near-familial camaraderie, and an active social atmosphere.