Cabot's First International Luxury Golf Resort Is Under Development

Courtesy of Cabot Saint Lucia

Cabot, a Canadian luxury golf resort and residential community, is creating a resort community in Saint Lucia—the brand’s first international property. Located on Point Hardy, a 375-acre peninsula at the northern tip of Saint Lucia, Cabot Saint Lucia will include a golf club, residential community and resort.

The main feature of this property will be the 18-hole Bill Coore- and Ben Crenshaw-designed golf course, Cabot Point. The course, overlooking the Caribbean, will include seven holes that play directly along the ocean; clifftop greens will extend into the ocean and wandering valleys will lead from the upper elevations to meadows by the sea. 

The luxury real estate will comprise hillside townhomes and single-family homes, along with customizable beachfront and bluff-top grand estate lots. A panoramic turquoise seascape will encompass each home and provide direct, exclusive access to the resort amenities and golf course. Pre-sales will begin summer 2019 ranging from $760,000 to $10 million.

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Amenities and experiences planned for the new property include a 50-suite boutique hotel, three restaurants, boutique retail shops, Cabot Spa and clubhouse. In addition, residents and guests will have exclusive access to several activities including a sports facility, a full-service beach club and excursions with the Cabot Saint Lucia Explorers Team.

Phase one of Cabot Saint Lucia’s development is occurring this summer with golf play slated for 2021. Following the successes of Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs in Nova Scotia, this property will include Cabot’s third golf course and second resort in its expanding portfolio.

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