Little Hill at the Tryall Club Villas in Jamaica
Little Hill was built in 1959 by an architect Robert Hartley. It was the first villa to be built at The Tryall Club in the Classic West Indies style around a circular 30 foot diameter swimming pool with extensive covered terraces throughout.
The house is superbly sited on its own hill of five and three quarter acres and set in beautiful landscaped grounds. Little Hill commands a 360 degree view of the surrounding area from an elevation of 200 feet. There are views of the Caribbean Sea, the forest and the club’s internationally acclaimed 18-hole championship golf course. There is a hard tennis court on the western side of the property with a covered area for spectators.
The house has been totally redecorated and renovated with new bathrooms and kitchen in 2012. The villa has new carpets, curtains and beds. There are flat screen TV’s in all the bedrooms with Wi-Fi internet throughout the house.
Little Hill has solid mahogany doors and floors throughout and is the perfect house for entertaining with seating for twenty-four on a hundred foot long terrace and because of its position it enjoys gentle breezes most of the year. The house is extremely well furnished with lovely and expensive sets of linens and china. There are fans in all the rooms and terraces as well as new air-conditioning units in all the rooms.