Cupecoy Beach Club – 2 Bedroom Beachfront Apartment
Spacious two-bedroom modern beach side apartment set within well manicured spaces with a garden view and just a few steps to private Cupecoy Beach and Mullet Bay Beach.
The only way to describe Cupecoy Beach Club is a little paradise within paradise! Everything in one place.
Towards the beach, a stone staircase takes you down the limestone cliffs, enticing you to feel the soft sands of Cupecoy, just minutes from your property. On the other end, just cross the road and you have an array of restaurants, casinos, nightlife and health centers. Not forgetting the acclaimed 18 hole Mullet Bay Golf Club which offers expansive greens right along side Mullet Beach. Cupecoy Beach Club includes a large pool, bar and gym facilities. 24 hour manned security provides peace of mind in your Caribbean retreat.
Cupecoy is an upscale neighborhood on the west coast of Dutch Sint Maarten which maintains its property valuations and always presents a good investment.
Condominiums are the most popular property type that sells in Cupecoy.
2 bedroom: $1,000,000
3 bedroom: $1,200,000
Luxury Ocean view Condo:
2 bedroom: $600,000
3 bedroom: $750,000
Town house have smaller communities while enjoying the same amenities.
2 bedroom: $1,200,000
3 bedroom: $1,500,000
Ocean view Townhouse:
2 bedroom: $750,000
3 bedroom: $850,000
Land is valued at $450 per square meter with beachfront land being close to $2000 per sq m.
Cupecoy Beach Club has very high occupancy of 85%+ and most of them are regulars who become lifelong friends. Just maintain those reviews!
You will be booked by regulars years ahead! Peak Season: December to April.
1 bedroom: $300 per day
2 bedroom: $450 per day
3 bedroom: $600 per day
Off Season: May to November
1 bedroom: $225 per day
2 bedroom: $300 per day
3 bedroom: $400 per day
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