White Sands Beach Condo – Lovely one bedroom, two bathroom apartment located in White Sands Beach Condominium on a gorgeous beach in Dover, Christ Church, which is in the popular St. Lawrence Gap area. Location, location, location – walking distance to other beaches, bars, restaurants, bank ATM machine, souvenir shopping, convenience store, taxis, public transport – just about everything.
White Sands is a secure, well-maintained building that offers off-street parking and an emergency generator, and direct access to the beach as well as a swimming pool. Because of its location, the building is popular with both holiday rentals and long-term rentals.
The unit is located on the Eastern side of the building which allows for the cooling easterly island breezes to enter. A very large balcony offers lots of room for lounging and dining. The open plan kitchen faces into the spacious living room from which you can access the bedroom, there is a door from the bedroom that leads to the balcony and the bedroom has a walk through closet and an en-suite bathroom there is a second full bathroom is in the entrance foyer/passage as you enter the unit.
The parish of Christ Church is one of eleven historic political divisions of Barbados. It has a land area of 57 km2 (22 sq mi) 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 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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