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Pelican Point was designed by well-known local architect Elrie Farrell. Built in 2004, located in Seaton’s, renowned for its marine attractions and famous historical Site, Betty’s Hope, this property sits on 1 acre of lush green land. The property boasts its year-round outdoor barbecuing area and pristine ocean views complimented by the eastern breeze. The primarily wooden finishing and furnishings of this home is made up of brown and neutral color palettes. This property has large doors throughout allowing for natural light, unrestricted air flow creating a vibrant ambience. Pelican Point offers buyers a wonderful story. The vintage Chinese doors separating the living room from the kitchen is over 100 years old. The doors are beautifully crafted displaying Chinese lattice design. The accented hard bricks in the kitchen and the barbecue area, were the same bricks used, over a century ago, in the kilns that boiled the sugar at the Antiguan Sugar Factory. Enjoy the Antiguan sunrise from the spacious verandah ideally situated off the kitchen. The country styled kitchen is equipped with amenities such as a dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator and additional two draw freezer. Other amenities, a fully spec laundry room. The house is equipped with louvre storm windows made of Honduran mahogany. The gardens are well manicured with mature trees offering beautifully shaded areas. The property has a storage shed. There is an additional 42,000 gallons cistern. Hot water is supplied by two solar heaters located on the roof. Given the plot size, buyers have the opportunity of adding a pool, guest cottage, or other entertainment amenities. Pelican Point is a harmonious fusion of Asian and Caribbean influence. A well-known symbol in Feng Shui is the mythical dragon which represents abundance, success, and good luck. In addition, the dragon stands out as very powerful and traditional symbol which is Pelican Point. Its use of Green Heart wood for the roof, Guyanese Tatabu wood for the floors, the century-old hard brick as accents and the beautiful Chinese wooden lattice doors representing geometric principles of artistic beauty, balance and transformation.
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