The Cabot Collection, developer and operator of luxury resorts and residential golf destinations, has opened Cabot Saint Lucia, a highly-anticipated luxury resort located along one-and-a-half miles of coastline with striking views of the Caribbean Sea. Set across one of the more dramatic sites ever selected for golf, Cabot Saint Lucia offers an unparalleled Caribbean golf experience, magnificent real estate opportunities, and unique amenities on a spectacular 375-acre peninsula at the northern tip of Saint Lucia.
With cooling sea breezes, white sand beaches, and exquisite ocean views from every corner of the site, Cabot Saint Lucia offers residents and guests exclusive access to amenities and experiences curated specifically for the destination. Point Hardy Golf Club is at the heart of the sprawling property, featuring a stunning 18-hole golf course designed by Coore/Crenshaw. In addition, comfort stations, a food and beverage experience, a retail shop, and sports courts are currently available onsite. Additional amenities to follow include a beach club and restaurant, an expansive clubhouse, luxury residences, and world-class wellness and fitness facilities.
“When I first saw the land that would become Cabot Saint Lucia, I knew it was the perfect canvas to create something truly awe-inspiring,” said Ben Cowan-Dewar, CEO and co-founder of Cabot. “Opening Cabot Saint Lucia and Point Hardy Golf Club has been a dream come true, and I am honored to work alongside the dedicated, creative and talented team whose vision and hard work brought us here today.”
Perched above the Atlantic Ocean and designed to blend seamlessly with the unique topography of the magnificent Saint Lucian landscape, Point Hardy Golf Club is the crown jewel of the site. Architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw’s first Caribbean course is a masterpiece, winding through lush terrain, over rocky cliffs jutting into the ocean, and along meandering valleys and sandy beaches. With nine holes playing along the ocean and every hole showcasing mesmerizing views, the course capitalizes on natural beauty and playability at every turn. The closing stretch at Point Hardy embodies the pinnacle of drama: heroic holes in a jaw-dropping setting, with forced carries over jagged rocks and crashing waves on each of the final four holes. Special attention was placed on preserving the local habitat by transplanting existing cacti and native grasses.
“It’s very possible that Cabot Saint Lucia is the most visually stunning piece of land we have ever worked with,” said Bill Coore, co-principal of Coore & Crenshaw. “It was a privilege to work with the Cabot team on this one-of-a-kind site, and I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished. This project was truly a labor of love, and the initial feedback on this enchanting property as one of the world’s most sought-after golf destinations is very special to Ben and me.”
Real estate opportunities at Cabot Saint Lucia range from turnkey residences to expansive, customizable single-family homes, hilltop lots, and beachfront living opportunities across seven unique neighborhoods. The landscape features tropical hillsides, sweeping meadows, coastal promontories, and striking elevation changes. Homes hug the land’s natural contours, with building materials chosen for their organic style and ecological sensitivity. Designed to embrace the spectacular natural scenery, open-concept interiors are bright and breezy, complemented by plentiful outdoor living spaces to enjoy the peaceful Caribbean environment year-round.
Cabot Saint Lucia has more than $160 million in real estate sales, swiftly selling out of its Phase One offerings and much of Phase Two, priced from $2 million to $11 million. Cabot recently unveiled its latest real estate for sale, the four-bedroom Horizon Villas. The move-in ready residences stand perfectly positioned atop one of the site’s highest points at the heart of the property, with stunning views of Cas en Bas Bay and the topography of the Saint Lucian coastline.
Photos Courtesy of Cabot Saint Lucia