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Located on a asphalt paved road in the residential area of Nikiboko, this spacious family house is located on the Kaya Trupial. The house has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. There is a covered porch at the front and at the back of the house. The porch at the back of the house has been closed and serves as extra (storage) space. This can easil be brought back to an open porch that is located at the spacious garden with large (local) trees. On the side of the house is the guest house that has its own entrance from the road. This is suitable for the stay of your guests or offers the possibility to rent it out for the long term.

  • Spacious family house,
  • separate guest house,
  • Accessibility only 5 minutes by car to the center of Kralendijk,
  • Wooden roof construction with roof sheets (possibly containing asbestos),
  • Ceramic floor tiles in the house,
  • Aluminum frames with sliding windows,
  • Garden with (local) trees and plants.

Lay out

Entrance through covered porch to living room and kitchen. From the living room to the hall access to 3 bedrooms with 1 bathroom. Through the living room to covered porch at the back of the house with access to the garden. Next to the house is the guest house with its own entrance.

Technical specifications

  • 110 and 220 Volt.

Zoning plan

Extract from Ruimtelijk Ontwikkelingsplan Bonaire (zoning plan)

Link to zoning plan map with marker 4-E-624: Map

Link to zoning description: Zoning "Woongebied I"

Real Estate information

  • Neighborhood Nikiboko
  • Address Kaya Trupial 21
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Parking
  • Guesthouse
  • Total ground area 7,535 / 700 sq.ft./m2
  • Maintenance status Moderate
Ground tax (annually): 0.345% of the value (1st residence), or Property tax (annually): 0.91% of the value (2nd residence). Buyers Costs consist of (one-off): 5% transfer tax, approx. 2% notary costs and costs of Land Registry at the office of Kadaster depending on purchase price.
Long Lease Land
Registered at the Land Registry Office Kadaster number 4-E-624, ending on July 20, 2030