Parrot Tree Plantation in Roatan:
A Legacy Property
In my studied opinion, Parrot Tree Plantation, Roatan Bay Island, Honduras is often a true “Legacy Property.” With that, I mean, a home that fulfills those tests required to define a home or asset that can remain competitive, provide value appreciation, continued use, and when desired a favorable income over several generations.
Examples for these “Legacy Properties” which exist and have provided for its owners and heirs significant benefits for generations include Rockefeller Center in New Your City, and Portofino, Italy, a wonderful community of mullti-storied buildings that have attracted millions of residents, families, tourists and owners for several generations. Coca-Cola stock has accomplished exactly the same for several Georgia families whose predecessors purchased stock early in the 1900s whilst still being provide in their wills the stock is rarely to be sold.
Parrot Tree Plantation is an excellent long tem acquisition of Roatan Real Estate. Just as one upscale resort community containing deservedly attracted significant growing international appeal, it combines magnificent design and precise construction by its outstanding, environment-friendly developer, John Edwards. Architecturally, the land program’s exceptional. Aesthetics are more than pleasing in the classic interiors for the exterior elevations which enable this head for pass these tests easily. There’s nothing “trendy” in Parrot Tree Plantation. Each one of the residences is special and unique. Artisans of great talent and pride have inked their finest to produce every piece of information exact. Marble floors and vanities, Honduran mahogany cabinetry expertly fitted, and orientation for the Caribbean Sea’s breathtaking vista of each residence are the effect of meticulous planning and execution.
Yachtsmen all over the world will frequently come for the resort, attracted by one of the world’s finest fishing waters and Parrot Tree Plantation’s docking facilities. Roatan boasts the second biggest living coral reefs inside the world. They have superior boating and diving facilities. Artists will continue to be fascinated by sketch, paint and get the facts of the neo-Moorish designs relying on the best of the Mediterranean coastline.
After extensive investigation of the design, construction, and provision for long term management and maintenance, I can safely conclude that yes, Parrot Tree Plantation indeed qualifies as being a “Legacy Property”.
–Alexander A. “Sandy” Simon