Located just about two miles away from the town of Portsmouth, this prime lot for sale contains 17,437 square feet of gently sloping land referred to as lot no. 1 in the Balvine Estate in Picard, Portsmouth.
This new development, Balvine Estate, is a very sort after location. From a subdivision containing 16 lots, 11 of the lots have been sold within a short period of time.
This prime lot for sale can be easily accessed from the main highway then onto a secondary road. It is easily buildable and all utilities are available.
Picard, Portsmouth is an established and vibrant mixed commercial and residential neighborhood with immediacy to an abundance of shopping, social, cultural and recreational amenities. Picard also encompasses a variety of living accommodations catering mostly to tourists and the students of the Ross University School of Medicine, one of the largest and most successful Caribbean medical schools.
Portsmouth offers the enjoyment of activities such as snorkeling and other water sports, bird watching, visits to historic sites such as Fort Shirley and hikes up Dominica’s tallest mountain (Morne Diablotin).
Although this prime lot for sale at Balvine Estate, Picard is located near the vibrant town of Portsmouth, Balvine Estate still affords the peacefulness and tranquility of the countryside.
IMPORTANT ADVISORY: Before any person purchases real estate in Dominica, the Physical Planning Division should be consulted to find out if the property is part of an approved subdivision, if applicable, or if their intended use of the property conforms to the official land use and development plan for the area. Visit the Physical Planning Division website for guidance.
I am Nelson La Rocque. I love my island, and I love the opportunity that the real estate industry has provided for me to provide for my family. My background in auto detailing and spray painting; landscaping and farming allows me to bring great attention to detail, patience and diligence to all my interactions and real estate transactions. Get in touch!