John Foster Real Estate
phone 340-776-5000 & 340-775-9000
fax 340-775-3301



    1 112 Secret Harbour Beach ,
    St. Thomas, 00802
    Price: $549,000
  • Windswept Viilas Condominium, Water Island.

    Lot 20 Windswept Villas Condominium ,
    Water Island, 00802
    Price: $1,250,000
  • Pristine contemporary design, enjoys very private location, in Bakkeroe.

    1-59, 1-60 Bakkeroe,
    St. Thomas, 00802
    Price: $1,599,000
  • Indochine: A stunning home on a 3-acre estate

    3A, 2I, 3I Tabor & Harmony ,
    St. Thomas, 00802
    Price: $2,600,000

    138A Chocolate Hole ,
    St. John, 00802
    Price: $2,649,000
  • ''BANANA'' showcases a unique style of blending ethnic designs.

    10-17 Peterborg,
    St. Thomas, 00802
    Price: $2,850,000
  • St. John



    • National Park Visitor Center: A few steps from the Cruz Bay dock, the Visitor Center is open for information, maps and brochures on local wildlife and trails throughout St. John’s National Park. Enjoy learning about St. John's tropical forest, petroglyphs and sugar mill ruins on your own or with a guide.Phone: 340-776-6201 /

    • Pastory Gardens: Pastory Gardens is home to an 18-hole miniature golf course with 40 to 60 foot putting greens, a botanical garden and restaurant. Phone: 340-777-3147/

    • Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins: Part of the island’s National Park, visitors can travel back in time to 1780 when sugar, molasses and rum were produced at this very plantation. Meander among the ruins of the old windmill or catch a cultural demonstration.

    • Elaine Ione Sprauve Library & Museum: Housing a collection of historic photographs, rare documents and other artifacts, this museum is located in a restored plantation estate home. Phone: 340-776-6359

    • Peace Hill Ruins: Just a 10 minute hike off the Northshore Road, The Peace Hill Ruins sit on a scenic grassy overlook with an old sugar mill tower.

    • Reef Bay Trail & Petroglyphs: The most popular trek in the National Park, this trail begins on Centerline Road and descends 937 feet through a shady forest. While hiking, you encounter the visible remains of four sugar estates and ancient petroglyph rock carvings. The trail ends at the Reef Bay Plantation ruins near Genti Bay.