On the site of a plantation Great House dating from the seventeen hundreds, Oliver Messel, the celebrated architect and stage designer and uncle of Lord Snowdon, in 1971 began the transformation which today stands as one of the most charming examples of Palladian architecture in the Caribbean.
Cockade House and Cottage sit on approximately 7.5 acres of land overlooking the Sandy Lane Golf Course and are approached from the highway by a Mahogany lined driveway.
The main house offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study, living and dining room, a large, well-equipped kitchen with pantry, and a pool, which adjoins the master bedroom. Additional bedrooms and bathrooms are available in the separate guest cottage and self-contained pavilion. A small office and staff quarters are located behind the cottage.
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