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Harrison Drouin-Reed

Saint Martin, Sint Maarten, Anguilla
Harrison Reed, Chief Operating Officer of St. Martin Sotheby’s International Realty, manages the on island villa rental operation. Harrison studied in the US and has a BA in Business from Marist College, New York. Born and raised in St. Martin, Harrison has grown up in the world of real estate and has an excellent knowledge of the St. Martin/St. Maarten real estate market. Young, dynamic and completely bi-lingual Harrison has developed an extensive network of contacts from New York right across the Caribbean and is part of a new generation of young St. Martin entrepreneurs, brimming with new ideas and 100% dedicated to their beautiful island paradise. St. Martin Sotheby’s International Realty provides buyers with the total villa experience, right through from the initial sale to a comprehensive management service and access to its very successful vacation rental program.
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Harrison's Saint Martin/Sint Maarten/Anguilla,

St. Martin is a small island--about 37 square miles with 37 beaches to go along with it--and yet it has a global thumbprint. Scores of nationalities call it home. The island is situated between the Atlantic and the Caribbean, southeast of Puerto Rico. An international airport on the Dutch side offers non-stop service from many major American and European cities. New York is just about three-and-a-half hours away and Miami two-and-a-half.
The northern part of the island is St. Martin, a French overseas collectivity. The euro is the official currency and French laws apply. The southern section of the island is Sint Maarten, which officially became a country within the Dutch kingdom in 2010. Currency is the Netherlands Antillean guilder, although the U.S. dollar is widely accepted throughout the island. The population is roughly equally divided. However, two-thirds of the landmass is French with most of the development situated along the low-lying coastal zones. The French side is quieter and its natural wonders more prominent. The Dutch side has the island’s only real city--the capital of Philipsburg--with a cruise port and casinos. Elaborately decorated and pastel-colored homes are a tradition. The architect Ali Tur left his mark here in the 1930s when he added a modern, innovative mix to classic West Indian design on the French side, while half timbered homes are more common on the Dutch side. There are no restrictions on real estate purchasers by international buyers, many of whom take advantage of the strong and consistent rental market. North American and Northern European buyers are attracted to vacation home options. Terres Bassses, or The French Lowlands, is an exclusive gated community of glamorous estates set on rolling hills. The area of Baie Oriental, or Orient Beach, is sometimes called the French Rivieria of the Caribbean. Porto Cupercoy, on a cove on Simpson Bay Lagoon just across the border from Terres Basses, is a Mediterranean-inspired village with a marina able to accommodate mega-yachts. The yachting lifestyle is popular on the island and one that is bolstered by an exquisite selection of waterfront villas and private docks.

Anguilla, a jewel in the Caribbean Sea, captivates visitors with its pristine beaches, azure waters, and laid-back atmosphere. This tiny British Overseas Territory boasts some of the most stunning coral reefs and powdery white sands in the region. Measuring just 35 square miles, Anguilla's charm lies in its intimate size, ensuring a tranquil escape for those seeking serenity. The island is a haven for water enthusiasts, offering excellent opportunities for snorkeling, diving, and sailing. Shoal Bay East, often lauded as one of the world's best beaches, showcases the island's natural beauty, while the iconic Shoal Bay Scenic Overlook provides panoramic views of the coastline. Beyond the beaches, Anguilla surprises visitors with its vibrant arts scene, delectable cuisine featuring fresh seafood, and warm hospitality. Whether exploring historical sites like the Wallblake House or enjoying a sunset cruise along the coast, Anguilla invites travelers to savor the unhurried pace of island life in a truly idyllic setting.


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