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6-3-118 Carolina, Coral Bay, St. John, USVI 00830

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$99,000

Highlights of 6-3-118 Carolina

Area
St John
Island
St John
Quarter
Coral Bay
Subdivision
Upper Carolina
Estate
Carolina
MLS #
21-146
Status
Active
  • More About 6-3-118 Carolina, St. John, USVI, 00830

    Expansive views of Coral Harbor and beyond to the BVI from this buildable lot in Upper Carolina located under 10 minutes to the stunning North Shore of the Virgin Islands National Park. Priced to SELL!! Deeded rights to Johnson Bay Beach.
  • Additional Info
    • Easements: of record
    • Restrictions: CCRs
    • Waterfront: N
    • Grade: moderate
    • Road Assessment Year: 2021.00
    • Zoning: R-1Residential
  • Amenities
    • View: British Virgin Islan, Caribbean, Down Island, Harbor, Panoramic
  • Fees and Taxes
    • HOA Frequency: Annually
    • Taxes: 975.35
    • Tax Year: 2020
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About this area
Coral Bay

This quaint, bucolic town is a truly unique setting. Located toward the island’s east end, Coral Bay is comprised of longtime native families, sailors, and colorful characters that make this seaside harbor a truly special place. Though life moves a bit slower out here, Coral Bay is a tiny town in its own right, with some small markets, a collection...

Price Range: $210,000 - $4,200,000

Map of 6-3-118 Carolina Coral Bay St. John, US Virgin Islands 00830

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