Luxury development for Jamaica


Sean Dudley

US-based firm Rose Hall Developments has announced plans for a new residential community to be built on its 7,000 acre property in Jamaica. 

The firm owns the nearby Cinnamon Hill golf course, originally opened in 1969 and redesigned by Robert von Hagge and his partner Rick Baril in 2001. Purchasers will have preferential access to tee times at the course, along with others in the area.

Founders Village lots range from three to four acres and feature golf course, ocean and mountain views. Located 500 feet above sea level only 15 minutes from Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, prices for the lots average US$500,000 per acre.

“Our newest addition to Rose Hall's real estate offerings is sure to please luxury connoisseurs,” said Michael Rollins, vice president of Rose Hall Developments. “Panoramic Caribbean vistas and easy access to beaches, golf, shopping and Jamaica's culture enrich vacation homeowners and retirees.”

Rose Hall Plantation, an eighteenth century sugar cane farm, was purchased more than 40 years ago by the late American entrepreneur John Rollins, and has since been developed into a a popular venue for recreation and relaxation.