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What people like about Catherineberg

  • surrounded by Virgin Islands National Park
  • lush tropical forests
  • views of North Shore St. John
Area Details


Nestled in the Virgin Islands National Park high above picturesque Cinnamon Bay on St. John’s North Shore, Catherineberg is a small, exclusive neighborhood where breathtaking views and gentle breezes abound. With only a handful of homes and properties, this sought-after community features elegantly crafted homes on private, spacious lots that overlook some of St. John’s most prized beaches, including Cinnamon, Peter, Trunk and Maho Bays. Close proximity to these world-class National Park beaches that regularly grace the best beaches lists of many well known international publications makes Catherineberg one of the islands most lovely and desirable neighborhoods.

As one of the more affluent neighborhoods on St. John, unique, luxury homes are the norm in this community, which is located approximately 20 minutes from the quaint village of Cruz Bay, the port of entry to the island. An easy-to-navigate route along well-maintained North Shore Road allows you to find Catherineberg hassle free. Since the neighborhood borders the National Park, naturalists will be pleased to know that a well-protected Caribbean forest surrounds properties here and guarantees privacy from neighboring villas. The dense forest ensures that your views of nature are unobstructed and that you seldom see surrounding homes.

Serving as a place for solitude and adventure, the National Park covers the majority of St. John and offers hiking trails for all skill levels. In 1956 conservationist Laurance S. Rockefeller donated more than 5,000 acres to dedicate the National Park and in 1962 the park acquired 5,650 undersea acres off the northern and southern coasts. The nearby Catherineberg Sugar Mill Ruins is a historic 18th-century sugar and rum factory that provides a glimpse into the island’s past. Steeped in history, sturdy sugar mill ruins like this one dot the tranquil island of St. John. Fascinating history, wildlife preservation and idyllic beaches combine to make Catherineberg a true island paradise.


Market Stats


Local Info

North Shore Beaches
ruins and hiking trails
10 minute drive to Cruz Bay

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