Wots Hot®Energy is proud to announce that our first eco-community in Jamaica will start construction Q1 2021.
Set amidst glorious mahogany and cedar groves at 100m elevation overlooking the pristine Caribbean Sea, Mahogany Hill is a 214 home eco-community for local key workers.
Supported by the National Housing Trust government mortgage scheme guaranteeing every Jamaican a home to be proud of, Mahogany Hill shines a light on what can be achieved with limited budget combined with thought and careful design.
Affordable homes required (Jamaica)
Immediate local housing need
NHT government mortgage supplied per house (USD)
Water for the development is sourced from a nearby sanitised well.
Specially planted surface soakaways direct rainwater runoff into roadside gardens throughout the village. Water recapture from every rooftop supplements community usage.
The village is served by a purpose built reed-bed sewage treatment system, the cleansed discharge of which irrigates a newly planted mahogany and cedar forest on adjacent land, completing the ecological cycle.
Mahogany Hill’s houses are single storey chalet style bungalows with two bedrooms and one bathroom, a sun/shade veranda, car port, and generous garden. Many smart home features are included such as solar panels and pre-installed conduits and services cupboards to allow for retro-fitting of new technologies as they become available throughout the life of the home.
“The local community of Chester is blessed with two churches, school, shops and road links to the nearby Northern Coastal Highway (1km), ocean (1.5km) and regional capital of St Ann’s Bay (7km)”
Parks and public open spaces abound, with free access for all residents.
The local community of Chester is blessed with two churches, school, shops and road links to the nearby Northern Coastal Highway (1km), ocean (1.5km) and regional capital of St Ann’s Bay (7km).
Attractive residential streets and cul-de-sacs hug natural contours in an urban plan designed to maximise efficient and harmonious living with glorious views of the ocean which is easy walking distance.
Mahogany Hill’s houses start at USD 120,000 (JMD equivalent) priced with local families and workers and returning overseas diaspora in mind. With all this and more, can you afford not to live in Mahogany Hill?