You Can Own a Home in Holland Estate… The First University Town in Jamaica

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You Can Own a Home in Holland Estate… The First University Town in Jamaica

If you have been dreaming about owning a home in Jamaica, then Hol­land Estate, at Martha Brae, in the parish of Trelawny, the first exclusive University Town in Jamaica, could be the answer to your aspiration. Holland Estate is being con­structed on 192 acres of coastal land in four phases, within 30 minutes of two major tourism hubs, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios,

 With its Georgian style architecture, similar to the historic town of Falmouth, Holland Estate offers you duplex studios and two and three bedroom units.  Within the environmentally friendly community you will have access to  —a commercial area, sports complex, kiddies’ park, and social services.

 A central feature of the Estate is the Western Campus of the University of Technology (UTECH), which houses the educational institution’s Faculty of Hos­pitality and Tourism.

 And, what is most important is that, Jamaica National, as a “Preferred Lender” for this unique development, can facilitate your mortgage so that you can relocate to this ‘global lifestyle’ that offers “comfort and security,” and an education complex within the rich texture of Jamaican culture.

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2 Responses to You Can Own a Home in Holland Estate… The First University Town in Jamaica

  1. Audrey Wood says:

    i am interested in purchasing one of your studio please give the information on mops and available lots tnx AUDREY

  2. Clerepatra Lawrence says:

    i am interested in purchasing a studio duplex or a 2 bedroom house. please furnish me with the necessary information at clerepatral@yahoo.com

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