For Sale $269,000 - Homes
This stylish cottage home is located just east of Neptune’s Restaurant at Coral Beach village-and just a two minute walk from the Marina.
Featured in an episode of HGTV (Home and Garden Television) Caribbean Life, the architectural inspiration for this home was derived from Eco-Lodges around the world and was built to high North American standards with premium windows and elegant floor tiles throughout the one-story structure.
This home was designed to combine indoor and outdoor living spaces in a harmonious and seamless fashion along with the elements required for comfortable living in the tropics. The high ceilings, white-washed interior, and use of Honduran hardwood throughout invite a sense of calm upon entering the interior.
This cottage exposes its residents to the constant, soothing sound of the Caribbean Sea rolling onto the shore. The home has one spacious bedroom with a highly efficient split unit air conditioner, a built-in closet, and en suite bathroom.
There is access off of the bedroom to a private deck with an outdoor shower. A half bathroom is tucked into a nook off of the main living space which also conveniently houses a washer and dryer.
Poured concrete countertops and high-end appliances complete a spacious kitchen that has plenty of cabinet space and an eat-in bar area. The main living area fuses smoothly with the outdoor screened-in spaces which can be closed off with folding wooden doors and cooled with a large energy-efficient split unit air conditioner.
The area of the interior space is 1,034 square feet with an additional 774 square feet of screened-in porch and deck space. Fresh water is stored in an underground concrete cistern built for rainwater collection purposes and the roof has been specifically designed to maximize rainwater collection for use within the home.
This home will be sold completely turn-key and fully furnished.
This property was featured in HGTV (Home and Garden Television), Caribbean Life-Season 4, Episode 13, “Canadian Couple Seek Great Diving in Utila”.