the life style you deserve

The Pointe Marquis property is located in St. David's on the southeast coast of Grenada, about 10 miles or 30 minutes driving time from the Maurice Bishop International Airport. Pointe Marquis Property is 204 acres of residential and hotel development located on the north eastern coast of Grenada.

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Pointe Marquis


Cotton Valley as the area was previously known stretches from the Great House site in the north which offers an uninterrupted view over the entire property and surrounding areas, all the way to Roseau Beach in the south, with its temperamental black and white sand.

Pointe Marquis Property offers residence a secure and tranquil environment with utility infrastructure which lowers their carbon foot print but modern in every sense. Hiking, walking trails, jogging or a simple romantic stroll; with breath taking views of the Atlantic Ocean as it meanders through the reef and nearby peninsulas.

Pointe Marquis Development is proud to present phase II of its sub-divided lots for sale.

We are offering 65 Lots which are located at the northern end of the development with Scenic garden views. The terrain gently slopes and is covered with indigenous vegetation such as white cedar, wild spices and fruit trees.



Prices Range (XCD)

All land sale transactions require a 10% deposit and three (3) months for completion.


west indies

Located in the south-eastern Caribbean just north of Trinidad and Venezuela, the tri-island nation of Grenada is made up of three islands: Grenada, and 20 miles to the North, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. Grenada is the largest of the three, measuring 21 miles long and 12 miles wide, occupying 120 square miles. Its volcanic origin has produced topography of great beauty and environmental variety, ranging from mountainous rainforest to dry lowlands and coastal mangroves. The sea coasts are indented with an equal variety of bays and sandy beaches, some with black volcanic sand. The numerous natural harbours make these islands a sailing destination. Grenada is known as the Isle of Spice for the abundance of spices the island produces.

Grenada is also well-regarded for its cool sea breezes, unhurried pace, picturesque towns, lush rain forests, stunning beaches, and exquisite coral reefs. The highest point on the island is Mount Saint Catherine, at 2,757 feet. Average temperatures range from 75°F to 85°F, tempered by the steady and cooling trade winds. The lowest temperatures occur between November and February. Because of Grenada's remarkable topography, the island also experiences climate changes according to altitude. The driest season is between January and May. Even during the rainy season, from June to December, it rarely rains for more than an hour at a time and generally not every day.


Grenada's population numbers approximately 101,400, including 8,000 inhabitants of Carriacou and the 600 residents of Petit Martinique. The nation's citizens are primarily of African, East Indian and European descent. Grenada is an English-speaking nation. The tri-island state remains within the British Commonwealth as an independent nation, and the Governor General represents Her Majesty the Queen. There is a 13-member Senate and a House of Representatives with a Speaker and 15 members, each representing a constituency. The East Caribbean dollar is the currency used locally. It is linked to the US dollar. Grenada relies on tourism as its main source of foreign exchange, especially since the construction of the international airport in 1985. Strong performance in construction and manufacturing, has also contributed to growth in national output. The agricultural sector, particularly nutmeg and cocoa cultivation, has gradually recovered since the devastating effects of Hurricane Ivan in 2004, and the tourism sector has seen substantial increases in foreign direct investment as the regional share of the tourism market increases.

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For all sales inquiries please contact:
Roberto Stewart @ Tel: (473) 418-3283 or (473) 405-1700