Thanks to its stellar vantage point, Landhuis Santa Barbara affords a fantastic view of the water and surrounding lands. The regal appearance of the house is created by square corners and pillars offering ninety-degree angles. It is surrounded by foliage that does not detract from its presentation.
The plantation and the colonial house date back to the mid-seventeenth century when the estate featured one of the biggest colonial homes in the area. Originally, the home sat on nearly three thousand acres of farming land. While agricultural efforts were not highly successful for this plantation, phosphate mining was productive for many years.
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