Located on Point Hardy at the northern tip of Saint Lucia, Cabot Saint Lucia is already one of the most highly anticipated projects in all of the Caribbean. Having broken ground last summer, this luxury community will feature a boutique oceanfront resort, gorgeous real estate and Coore and Crenshaw’s first Caribbean golf course, which will undoubtedly make this one of the most popular vacation spots for the PGA’s eternal Spring Breakers.
Despite ongoing turmoil and uncertainty, more than half of the 42 lots in Cabot Saint Lucia’s first phase have sold, with prices ranging from $760,000 to $2.4 million. In all, this modern and eco-inspired residential concept will boast 320 homes.
With land planning by Ron Krater Studio and design by Studio RHE, this resort community will be a blend of modern, sophisticated styles and Saint Lucia’s unmistakable magnificence. Locally sourced materials are being used in the construction of these properties, and the designs will not only reflect coastal and Caribbean elements, but they will also be implemented with the preservation of nature and culture in mind.
Among the amenities residents and guests will enjoy are three on-site restaurants, boutique shopping, a Cabot Spa and the beach club. There will be a heavy emphasis on wellness and relaxation at the resort, from the infinity edge pool’s cabanas to a fitness facility that will include a steam and sauna, as well as a sports program.
Vehicles are also not welcome at Cabot Saint Lucia, so visitors will be encouraged to use the complimentary bikes. Golf carts are also available for those who prefer their leisurely rides to be effortless and electric.
Course designer Bill Coore says these links will be “off-the-charts spectacular—like the 16th at Cabot Cliffs, but on steroids.” That’s some serious hype, as the signature holes at Cabot Cliffs are widely considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. At Cabot Point, each hole “takes on the unique topography” of the land, so even the most experienced golfers should probably grab an extra box of balls at the clubhouse before teeing off.