This large and impressive escarpment lies at an elevation of some 200-300 feet above sea level on the northwest coast of Grenada just south of Victoria, in an area know as Bonjour or La Souce.
The freehold interest of these lands has been held by the seller’s family since the latter half of the 19th century.
The property is cultivated with cocoa, nutmeg and inter-planted with many species of fruit trees.
The remains of the old Bonaire Great House are still to be found in the pomentary over looking the remains of the old Boncard, Sugar factory and water wheel used in the French period in 1784. The escarpment affords a good view of the islands to the north of Grenada including Kick ‘n’ Jenny, Isle de Ponde, the Sisters Rocks Carriacou and Union Island on a clear day Becquia and St. Vincent can be seen.
This area lies to the north of Mt. Edgecombe, west of Philipines Estate and to the south of Bocage and Tufton Hall and Diamond Estate.
Measurement 18 acres.