Petite Rivière Noire - Residential Land - Buy Professional1 year ago - Real Estate - Petite Rivière Noire - 47 views
Located on the coastal road of Black River near shopping centers, restaurants and other five-star hotels.
The entrance to the estate has been designed inspired by the African savannas that characterize the area.
The coastal strip of Black River is today the most coveted of the island for its residential projects. Exempt of wild developments, Black River is the reflection of a seaside town planning that gives pride of place to outdoor life.
The estate has been planned around the preservation of century-old tamarinds endemic to the site and ensuring the best use of rangeland.
Everything lends itself to a lively social and cultural life. Everything goes together on a daily basis to offer you a better quality of life. Land and water sports are available nearby; international educational institutions are established, recreational areas abound; the shops are of choice and the medical and welfare institutes are not lacking.
The Domaine's spacious residential subdivision aims to conserve the natural assets of an exceptional site and its authentic character. The distribution of the lots adheres to the topography; orientation optimizes sunshine and natural ventilation; already established endemic vegetation and existing watercourses are respected.
1. Secure subdivision
2. Underground infrastructure
3. Surveillance camera
Aesthetics and ecology chair the standards of the architectural specifications. The management of water resources and the use of solar energy intend to leave a smaller footprint on the environment.
The construction of three splitting reservoirs will ensure the supply of water to the residents of the subdivision.
The Estate offers 364 lots divided into 3 types, with their regulatory specifications. In all cases, the building area will not exceed 25% of the land area.
This plot of land is relatively flat, easily divisible into two lots, with a beautiful view of La Tourelle, the Harmony Pass and much of the Morne lagoon.