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A secluded, low-density development overlooking Barbados’ Skeete’s Bay Beach and Culpepper Island, Beach Houses by The Crane has been specially designed to highlight the property’s exclusive location on the 1% of land remaining outside of the island’s protected East Coast.

A Barbadian legend since 1887, and the oldest operating hotel in the Caribbean, The Crane Resort effortlessly marries the old-world charm of its past to all the 21st-century amenities and services expected by today’s most discerning travelers.

Enviably located within The Crane Resort, The Crane Private Residences is perfect for long-term island living, offering contemporary residences and penthouses as well as exclusive access to world-class resort amenities and services.

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Why buy in Barbados?

Barbados’ sunny shores have long beckoned as an investor haven, with the island’s attractive proposition of sun, sea and steady capital appreciation as the biggest drawing card for luxury real estate investors.

From outstanding health care to world-class telecommunications and utilities, Barbados checks all the boxes of solid infrastructure, but it is the island’s unique charm that continues to attract real estate buyers. Barbados’ welcoming culture, rich history and of course, its endless beaches, promise a truly relaxed and enjoyable lifestyle.

The island offers ease of access from all international markets, supporting high year-round rental income potential from a strong and growing tourism sector. And, no need to worry about being a non-national purchasing real-estate; much like its citizens, the Government of Barbados is extremely friendly to non-nationals, imposing no restrictions on the purchase of Barbados real estate.  In a true testament to the island’s welcoming stance,  the government of Barbados announced its new 12-month Welcome Stamp Visa in July 2020, giving digital nomads – or anyone looking to escape their current surroundings – the opportunity to live in, and work from, paradise!

Key Distances from Beach Houses
Distance
(Minutes)
Bridgetown 35
Grantley Adams International Airport 22
Bathsheba 27
The Crane Resort 16
Skeete's Bay Beach 0
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