Apes Hill Plantation dates back to the mid-1600s when the plantation had another story that was unfortunately blown off in the hurricane of 1681. The home today has 4 bedrooms and 2 and a half bathrooms and benefits from the cooling Tradewinds which makes air-conditioning a luxury and not a necessity.
The main house is all on one floor except for the kitchen and laundry which are downstairs. The thick rubble walls keep the house cool on the hottest of days.
Two other homes are on the property. One is the old Boiling House, which is an 8,000sq ft, 2-bedroom house and the other is a studio apartment that sits amongst the grove of Mahogany Trees in the paddock.
There are a few other old buildings on the property that lend themselves to being converted as well.
There are 2 old Mill Walls here as well. One is the old windmill that worked until 1939 and was then converted into a white lime kiln. The other is a water mill and is the only one like it on the island.
The home is furnished with beautiful antiques and can be sold furnished.