MONTEGO BAY:James Bond fans can snap up this stunning Jamaican home in an estate where parts of the 007 film Live and Let Die were filmed for a mere $2m (£1.5m).
Hummingbird Hall sits on the famous Rose Hall Great House Estate and boasts panoramic views of Montego Bay.
The poppy fields scene where Roger Moore made his James Bond debut was shot in the hills behind the estate.
A makeshift graveyard was also built in the grounds for a scene featuring voodoo priest Baron Samedi.
The property has been used as a wedding venue and features four double bedrooms, two with balconies, and a three-bedroom cottage in its grounds.
The luxury yellow mansion sits within the famous Rose Hall Great House Estate where parts of James Bond movie Live and Let Die were filmed.
Hummingbird Hall is just a short walk away from the beach and the Caribbean Sea. The entire estate is surrounded by natural beauty in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
The lucky buyer can choose from two balconies as the property offers panoramic view of Montego Bay and the lush surroundings of the Jamaican countryside.
The property is also a short distance from Cinnamon Hill Great House, home of Johnny Cash and his wife, June Carter-Cash, and before that the family of the 19th Century poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Its new owner will enjoy a formal sitting room, a study and a reading nook – all with double height ceilings – a dining room, TV room, piano room and a bar.
In addition to a gym with a steam room and bathroom, and a well-designed kitchen.
There is also an elegant, handmade Jamaican hardwood staircase.
Built in 2009, the property was named after the hummingbirds that fly around its extensive grounds which are planted with mango, grapefruit, avocado, lime and coconut trees.
There are sun terraces and several large trees which provide shade and somewhere to sling a hammock.
The new owner will also enjoy a spectacular deck with panoramic sea views and an infinity pool.
Property specialist Beatrice Rose, of Beatrice Rose Associates which is handling the sale of Hummingbird Hall, said: ‘The property has incredible views, grand proportions, lush gardens and is very peaceful.
‘By day you see the butterflies and the little hummingbirds – the owners would hang out feeders for them – and at night there are owls and fireflies glowing in the dark.’
She said the property’s owners had successfully run the wedding venue business but the property could easily convert to being a family home again.
‘They are leaving because they have a young child and I understand they want to return to Britain for the schooling,’ she said.
She described the Rose Hall Great House Estate as one of Jamaica’s most exclusive and desirable resort communities.
‘This resort estate is 5,000 acres, gated and exceptionally private. The estate has two impressive golf courses, lakes, a beach and is home to international celebrities. It’s the most romantic place and is a real piece of paradise.’