$9,850,000
14 et al Coakley Bay EA
MLS# 14-1964
Status: Closed
3 beds  |  3.5 baths  |  7730 sqft


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Property Description
Welcome to Coakley Bay Plantation! This rare and one-of-a-kind 14-acre waterfront estate includes a three-bedroom, 3.5 bath residence constructed on the historical ruins of the original sugar plantation greathouse designed by George Ashley to reflect the architectural grandeur of the 1700s. Other various historical ruins remain on the property including a coveted sugar mill.

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Location/Area
Plot/Unit Number: 14 et al
Estate: Coakley Bay EA
Postal Code: 00820
Area: St. Croix
Quarter: East End 'B'
Geo Lat: 17.758741
Geo Lon: -64.640705
Directions: Heading east on East End road, the residence starts at the bouganvillea hedge and iron fence on the left just before Carden Beach. Enter through security gate at gatehouse.
General Property Description
Current Price: 9850000
List Price: 9850000
Approx Total Sqft: 7730
Realtor.COM Type: Residential - Single Family
Lot Acres: 13.82
Approx Ext Sqft: 1500
Approx Int Sqft: 6230
Total Bedrooms: 3
Total Bathrooms: 3.5
Sub Type: Residential - 1 apt
Taxes: 10970.63
Tax Year: 2014
Year Built: 2007
Furnished: Partial
Water Front: Yes
Pool: Yes
Zoning: R-3
Status Change Info
Status: Closed
Under Contract Date: 2015-04-27
Sold Date: 2015-07-24
Intended Use: Other
Miscellaneous
PWD Dt: 6/3/2005
PWD#: 5650
Water: Cistern
Approx. Cistern Size: 23174
Sewer: Septic
View
Waterfront: Sandy Beach
Amenities
Generator/size: 100
X-Amenity: Wine Cellar
Flooring
Other: Mahogany Plank
Baths
Shower only: 3
Shower/tub: 1
Tub: 1
Appliance
Range: 2
Refrigerator: 2
Microwave: 2
Dishwasher: 2
Washer: 2
Dryer: 2
Air Conditioning: Central
Fans: 2
Exterior
Gallery: Covered
Color: Off White
Construction: Concrete Block
Road: Paved
Terrain: Water Front
Fence: Wrought Iron
Landscape: Professional
Storm Shutters: Panels
X-Amenities
Off Street Parking: Yes
General Condition: Excellent
Security: Alarm
Unit 1 Info
Amenities: Alarm, Split A/C
# Bedrooms: 1
# bathrooms: 1.5
Living/Dining: 1
SqFt: 1435.23
Listing Info
Sign: No
Property Features
View: Buck Island; East; Panoramic; Sea
Amenities: Cathedral Ceiling; Gas Grill; Patio; Ruins; Satellite Dish
Flooring: Marble
Unit 1 Info: Kitchen
Supplements
As you first approach the greathouse you will find that the entrance is adorned with a classic West Indian "welcoming arms" staircase. The historical characteristics continue through the interior's West Indian tray ceilings, mahogany plank floors and the antique furnishings. A dazzling chandelier hangs over the open formal living room and has a hand crank to make cleaning easy and efficient. The formal living room is surrounded by large French doors that allow natural light to fill the room and open to the expansive covered gallery. Go back in time as you share a meal around an antique table in the formal dining room. An exquisite chandelier adorns the tray ceilings and antique pieces of furniture outfit the room. The kitchen is just through the traditional swinging door and is equipped with a six burner gas stove and stainless steel appliances. The master bedroom with bath en-suite is off of the formal living room on the first level. Marble embellishes the master bath en-suite coating the floor, vanities, the shower and even the traditional claw-foot tub. The mahogany grand staircase, hand carved by a local craftsman, will lead you to the east and west wing bedrooms both with marble embellished baths-en suite. Neighboring the spacious guest rooms you will find a library/office with mahogany paneling and a comfortable family room. Relax on the expansive covered gallery of the greathouse to enjoy the alluring views of Buck Island and watch the daily trade winds catch the sheets of the sailboats as they pass by on their way to Buck Island. As you continue to explore this whimsical estate you will come across a wine cellar hidden under the greathouse, constructed within the historical red ballast and yellow brick walls that once served as the cistern for the original greathouse. As you travel along the property, a tropical path will guide you to a private and heated salt water pool with a pavilion, gas grill, half bath and a fully equipped outdoor kitchen sitting right above sea level and surrounded by lush tropical landscaping and soaring palms. The one bedroom, 1.5 bathroom gate house sits at the front of the property. The gate house has a large living room and adorable kitchen with a breakfast nook. The characteristics from the 1700's are also expressed through the gate house architecture. The exterior of the property is protected by a secure gate that is embellished with a beautiful bougainvillea hedge. The driveway is constructed with concrete and aggregate along with historic Danish brick. This early 19th century site now in ruin compromises several buildings important to the sugar mill plantation that once resided on these grounds - the greathouse ruins are still intact and is the base for the newly constructed home, the typical drum shape grinding mill found on cane plantations, cookhouse, windmill for drawing water, and partial remains of the sugar factory structures. The estate is has professional landscaping with irrigation for all plants. There are three cisterns on the property: 16,087 gallon cistern for the greathouse, 7,087 gallon for irrigation only and a separate cistern for the gate house. An onsite well is pumped on a daily basis and the estate has reverse osmosis. All electrical work is underground. There is an automatic 500 gallon tank 100 KW generator along with a water purification system, a 100 gallon propane tank in ground and a septic system.

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