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Landmarks: The Old Factory

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Smack in the middle of Wallblake, halfway between George Hill and The Valley, by what has grown into Government Corner and in close vicinity to the Post Office, sits a building which, though unassuming, has been at the core of the Anguillian experience for more than a hundred years. Known these days as the Old […]

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Island Harbour

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Anguilla’s curious shape, long, narrow and at an angle, ranks high in the list of factors that determine the direction in which life flows on the island. Almost four times as long as it is wide, Anguilla’s great divide runs from east to west, rather than from north to south. While the West has long […]

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Landmarks: The Pump House

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Salt pan and Sandy Ground Anguilla, 2009

We begin our series of architectural landmarks in Anguilla paying tribute to a building that, though modest, played a central and remarkably varied role in the life of local residents over the course of more than one hundred years: Sandy Ground’s pump house. Before hurricane Irma razed it to the ground in September 2017, the […]

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Rendezvous Bay

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Anguilla’s south coast is home to one of the most remarkable stretches of beach land not just in the region but the world over. Beginning with Sandy Point, on the western edge of Blowing Point, four simply flabbergasting bays open up in quick succession: Rendezvous Bay, Cove Bay, Maundays Bay and Shoal Bay West coil […]

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Life Goes On In Anguilla

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Time takes time, they say, and so does rising from the ashes. It’s been twelve weeks since hurricane Irma rocked Anguilla to its foundations, and the gradual motion towards refashioning the island has continued at a steady, if not dizzying, pace. But as more businesses get back to their feet and more development plans are […]

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Meads, Long & Barnes Bays

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View of Dog Island and Pricley Pear real estate anguilla

When the first English settlers arrived in Anguilla—likely running away from creditors, the law, or religious persecution—they were greeted by the virginal white sand and embarrassingly beautiful beaches of a barren, seemingly uninhabited island. That was back in the mid seventeenth century, though ironically what potential investors found roughly 320 years later was not all […]

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GUM/KO Survives Irma

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GUM/KO International Anguilla Real Estate Agents

Hurricane Irma bashed its way past Anguilla on September 6 2017. With sustained winds in excess of 180 mph and gusts approaching 230 mph, this was an exceptional storm—indeed the worst on record to hit the Caribbean Sea. Anguilla—like Barbuda and St. Martin, like Tortola and St. Thomas—suffered extensive material damage at the hand of […]

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West End & Cove Bay

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Wealth comes in many guises, especially when it refers to the public resources of whole countries or territories. Some have oil, some have gold, others have massive snow-capped mountains that they turn into skiing resorts. Anguilla’s most precious natural resource is, without doubt, the many exceptional beaches that garland the island’s coastline, especially along the […]

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Sandy Ground & South Hill

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Anguilla real estate for sale in South Hill

Anguilla’s Atlantic coast has been blessed with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The vast majority of those who visit the island come for the crystalline water and virginal sand of its shoreline, but beyond the rush of swimming in the perfect blue most people who buy a house in Anguilla do […]

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The Valley & North Hill

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Historically Anguilla never enjoyed the prosperity of some of its neighbors, most notably St. Kitts, Nevis and even St. Eustatius—all of which were immensely rich at some point in the 17th and 18th century. Unlike the Dutch, the British found little purpose for possessions in the Caribbean that could not successfully be turned into single-crop […]

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