Cabot Saint Lucia Merging Luxury Real Estate with Nature’s Beauty

Cabot Saint Lucia Merges Luxury Real Estate with Nature's Beauty

March 31, 2020 by John Scott Lewinski

Lovers of the Caribbean and the region’s unique marriage of environment, culture and architecture will soon have a new opportunity to buy a home where all three elements come together.

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Residences within the Cabot Saint Lucia community will go up for sale in early 2020 on that titular island. The development’s overriding concept is to blend the beauty of the natural site with “understated, authentic and gracefully built structures” to match the three dominant themes of the existing site: “Coastal, secluded and rustic.”

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Any journey to Saint Lucia reveals an island with every bit of the beauty a traveler expects from the Caribbean. However, the destination is a little less trodden than Jamaica or the Bahamas. The Cabot Saint Lucia looks to honor that with a design aesthetic that’s “barefoot luxury at its best.” Meanwhile, the buildings use sustainably sourced local materials and environmentally aware architecture.

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Cabot Saint Lucia Merges Luxury Real Estate with Nature's Beauty

March 31, 2020 by John Scott Lewinski

Lovers of the Caribbean and the region’s unique marriage of environment, culture and architecture will soon have a new opportunity to buy a home where all three elements come together.

Beach_Residence.jpg

Residences within the Cabot Saint Lucia community will go up for sale in early 2020 on that titular island. The development’s overriding concept is to blend the beauty of the natural site with “understated, authentic and gracefully built structures” to match the three dominant themes of the existing site: “Coastal, secluded and rustic.”

Beach_Residence.jpg

010_CabotSaintLucia_J_Sjoman_V1_copy.jpg

Any journey to Saint Lucia reveals an island with every bit of the beauty a traveler expects from the Caribbean. However, the destination is a little less trodden than Jamaica or the Bahamas. The Cabot Saint Lucia looks to honor that with a design aesthetic that’s “barefoot luxury at its best.” Meanwhile, the buildings use sustainably sourced local materials and environmentally aware architecture.

245_CabotSaintLucia_J_Sjoman_V1_copy.jpg