January 23, 2022

A Converted Sugar Mill

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A Converted Sugar Mill in the Caribbean

From New York Times

This two-bedroom home on the small Caribbean island of Nevis was converted from a sugar mill that ceased production in the early 1900s. It is on the market for $1.95 million.
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the 17th century, are visible in its volcanic stone walls.
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The master bedroom suite is attached to the central mill tower, with the tower’s stone exterior projecting into the room.
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The open kitchen-and-dining area, in the northern wing, has been used for cooking classes, said Suzanne Gordon, owner of Mill Real Estate, in Nevis, which has the listing.
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The veranda off the master bedroom overlooks southwest Nevis and the Caribbean Sea.
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The 1,800-square-foot guest cottage, built in the 1980s, has two one-bedroom apartments connected by an exterior staircase, with a covered patio.
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The 47-foot saltwater pool faces the Caribbean Sea to the west and Mount Nevis to the north.
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The property is more than an acre, with gardens and an orchard where mangoes, avocados, citrus fruit, coffee beans and pomegranates are grown.
Tina Thuell

The house is on the southern side of Mount Nevis, which rises in the center of the island.
Tina Thuell

For more on this story go to: https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2018/09/12/realestate/a-converted-sugar-mill-in-the-caribbean.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Frealestate&action=click&contentCollection=realestate&region=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=2&pgtype=sectionfront

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