Cinnamon Hills is a luxury housing development in Roatan. Located on the road between West End and West Bay, this exclusive luxury housing development is situated at the top of one of the highest peaks on the west side of Roatan. It has 360-degree views of the island.
Designed by Lane Pettigrew, The Caribbean Architect, this project is sure to please.
There are only four residences in this luxury housing development on Roatan. Each residence features 2334 square feet of air-conditioned interior living and 1248 square feet of outdoor living space. Each residence at Cinnamon Hills also has a 300 square foot private pool. There are very few houses on Roatan with private pools so this is a big selling feature for vacation rental properties.
Each residence has three bedrooms including two incredible master suites. In addition, there is a basement level maid quarters and laundry room in each home. This is a great income producing property due to its fantastic vacation rental potential.
There are incredible architectural details throughout each of these four homes. They are being constructed by the premier concrete construction company on the island. This luxury housing development has top quality design and top quality construction for a very reasonable price.
The location is very desirable. Located on West Bay Road by the entrance to Luna Beach, Cinnamon Hills is just a three minute drive to the funky, charming beach village of West End where you will find over 30 restaurants, Half Moon Bay Beach, dive shops, and great nigghtlife. It is a five minute drive to the beauty of West Bay Beach. Luna Beach is currently undergoing a complete renovation with two new restaurants, a bar, dive shop, coffee shop, and more. Luna Beach is reopening for Summer 2021 and is located a 4 minute drive away from Cinnamon Hills.
Pre-completion pricing available now for $575,000.
Boutique Real Estate Sales, Property Mangement, and Vacation Rentals in Roatan. I am Tricia Power, a real estate agent for a boutique real estate sales agency in Roatan, Honduras. I first came to Roatan almost 35 years ago and immediately fell in love with it. There is just something magical about the island. The beaches. The diving. The postcard like sunsets. The laid back way of life. The incredible people who call it home. There really is no where else like it. I came back on vacation whenever I could. Eventually I found the perfect piece of land. I knew I wanted Roatan to be my permanent home. After closing up my life in Louisiana, I retired to Roatan over 15 years ago and have never looked back. After a decade of retirement, I was drawn back into real estate sales. What started slowly by helping friends and neighbors sell…