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House Hunting on Grenada: Caribbean Views for $2.5 Million
The coronavirus pandemic has stalled the island nation’s recent progress, but ‘most buyers and sellers have remained committed to ongoing sales,’ agents say.
Mediterranean Style on the Coast of Grenada
This three-bedroom, Mediterranean-style villa, situated on a peninsula jutting from the southeast coast of Grenada, is on the market for $2.5 million.
Spanish Court Clears Priest in Abuse Case Taken Up by Pope Francis
A Spanish court found no evidence that the Rev. Román Martínez had sexually abused an altar boy who later wrote to Pope Francis to detail his accusations.
House Hunting in ... Grenada
As the country’s economy continues to improve following the global recession, Grenada’s high-end properties remain relatively affordable in the region.
A Waterfront Home on Grenada’s Southern Coast
The house, which has a pool and a private dock, is on the market for $2.2 million.
Why Settle for Just a Beachfront Lot?
It would be bliss enough to own a property on the island of Grenada itself, but it is also possible to buy an island of one's own, with at least five for sale.
Of Mops and Mad Bulls
Since learning how to make kites as a child in Grenada, Shawn Thomas has continued making them, sometimes selling them, tweaking the design and even acquiring a patent.
Paul Scoon, Who Invited Grenada Invaders, Dies at 78
Mr. Scoon was appointed to the ceremonial post of governor general of Grenada before playing the role of power broker when the United States invaded his Caribbean nation.
Documents Show Thatcher-Reagan Rift Over U.S. Decision to Invade Grenada
Documents released by the British government said that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was angered by a lack of warning from President Ronald Reagan.
Grenada Moves to the Top of This List
With its gold medal Monday, Grenada vaulted past Slovenia on the list of countries that have won the most medals per capita.