Like its sister complex, Cowpet Bay West, this group of 100 two, three and four-bedroom condominiums sits ocean-side on the coveted East End of St. Thomas. Shortly before you reach the complex, you pass the entrance to the St. Thomas Yacht Club, and should you overshoot the turn-off to Cowpet Bay East, you’ll immediately find yourself at the Ritz Carlton. Bordering the complex are two good waterfront restaurants. All in all, Cowpet East is wonderfully situated especially if you enjoy walking places – a rare treat on St. Thomas.
While both Cowpet East and West are not the most stunning stretch of condominiums architecturally, their perch above Cowpet Bay, and the five minute drive into chock-full-of-everything Red Hook have sustained them over the decades, rendering them two of the most desirable condo complexes both for year-round residents and snow birds.
In every unit, the bedrooms are coupled with a bathroom, and some of the three and four-bedroom units are two story. Cowpet is known for closets and storage, and you can count on at least one bedroom in every unit being particularly large.
With an upper tier, Tara Way, and a waterfront tier, Tracy Way, the views at Cowpet East range from spectacular to disappointing, but that, too, builds in a range of prices, allowing for more modest budgets to nevertheless be part of a waterfront complex on the East End.