Strathairn Court, Kingston Jamaica Vacation Rentals

Shopping 500m
Restaurants 200m
Golf Course 5km
Airport 20.7 km
Groceries 200m

Community Information

This residential gated community of Strathairn Court, Kingston, is a stone throw away from New Kingston and Half way tree. With ample parking area , and manned security guard house on a 24 hour basis this is an ideal vacation rental community.
Strathairn Court was built in 1992 and comprises a four storey building, built around an atrium. The basement is used for parking and the laundry area; whilst the other floors each comprises 18 studio units. Access between floors is via stairs located at the end of the atrium and a single car elevator. Strathairn Court is laid out on a site approximately 22,197 square feet providing adequate movement/parking area. The boundaries are secured with concrete block wall and the entrance is protected with drop bars manned from a guard house on a 24 hour basis.

This residential community is perfect for vacation rental homes as it benefits from the provision of a wide range of urban services including: piped water supply, electricity, street lighting, telephones, Internet, cable tv, postal delivery, garbage collection and disposal, fire and police protection. Commuter transport service is provided along Half Way Tree Road, within walking distance of Strathairn Court. Communal services to the complex include laundry with token operated washers and dryers, garbage chute, fire fighting equipment on each floor and intercom system.

There is also a wide variety of shops, pharmacies, restaurants and recreational facilities available at nearby New Kingston and the Half Way Tree Nucleus. For example, the property is within walking distance from the Half Way Tree Transport Centre- a state-of-the-art transport hub. The breath-taking centre sits on over 18,500 square metre, and accommodates 101 Jamaica Urban Transit buses only, that ply 63 routes between the Corporate Area, Portmore and Spanish Town. The centre boasts over 17,000 square metres of commercial space that includes 17 shops, four kiosks, a food court and 17 public toilets. The centre is be complemented by a 26-storey twin towers in the near future. The new hub uses a modern integrated management system to enhance operations and provide real-time scheduling of all buses entering and leaving the centre. The new Kingston area is home to all the major financial institutions in Jamaica- including seven commercial banks, four building societies and three merchant banks.

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