Originally built by the Morgan family in 1832, this special property is like none other on Salt Cay. Atop a hill with almost 360 degree views of the island, it has breathtaking vistas towards Deans Dock in the west and the Town Salinas in the south-east. The main house, which for many years served as the island’s only hotel, features three en-suite bedrooms, a cozy drawing room, dining room, kitchen, pantry and cloakroom.
In addition, there are covered verandas both front and back on the lower level as well as a large terrace on the upper floor of the main residence, allowing for a wonderful breeze. Ideally suited for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining. On the upper floor of the main residence there are also an additional four en-suite bedrooms.
The property also consists of a laundry cottage, a full size swimming pool, as well as a self-contained apartment with a kitchen and shower room. All have been effortlessly decorated to convey the understated island feel, associated with Salt Cay.
In addition to the seven-bedroom main building, the property encompasses a charming three bedroom, two bathroom cottage. The Mount Pleasant estate is situated on 1.8 acres of gardens with many native plants. A path leads one down the one minute walk to the closest beach. Whether as a private residence or a commercial investment to operate your own boutique hotel, this gem of a property is one of the last iconic estates in the Turks and Caicos Islands, presenting to the potential buyer with a unique combination of sensational location, history and unrivalled charm.