This remarkable property was once a resting place for travellers on foot from East End to George Town. There is an old fresh water well that was used by the travellers on their journey inland. In the more recent past the property was farmed with approximately 7 of the 27 acres used as provision grounds. Mature avocado, coconut and mango trees also flourished as it is situated over a large fresh water lens. The property has good elevation and is part of an area that is honeycombed with natural caves the most noted of which is now the Crystal Caves visitor attraction just 2,000 feet East. Once access road right of ways are obtained and improved the property would make an excellent plantation estate or multiple use eco-tourist development.
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