A St. Croix Historic Gem and Magical Place also known as the Ruins of Rust-Op Twist is located along the north shore of the island and dates to the late 1700s. This special property is listed on the US National Registry of Historic Places and was part of a sugar cane estate with outlying structures including the overseer's house, hospital, and factory. The factory's steam engine mill and sugar mill have been preserved and can be seen today as you walk the property. The main house, being approximately 3,500 sq. ft was renovated within the last five years and captures modern Caribbean living surrounded by historic structures with over 5 ocean front acres to the north. The quaint two-bedroom cottage takes in the island's brilliant sunsets.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX St. Croix, Inc..