Geejam Collection in Jamaica Expands Villa Collection With the New Six-Bedroom Cocosan

The Geejam Collection, owned by music industry veterans Jon Baker and Steve Beaver, recently announced the completion of Cocosan, the newest addition to its private villa development in Jamaica

Clients will enjoy the impressive landscape in the historic San San Estate as Cocosan sits in a hilltop location and offers views across the jungle, the John Crow and Blue Mountain chains and Portland’s coastline.


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Cocosan is a partially renovated and newly built property located on the San San Estate, an area originally developed during the 1960s heyday of Port Antonio when the jet-setting elite including Errol Flynn, Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, Garfield Weston and Lady Price, fell in love with the region. They recognized that the 1000-acre San San Estate was, as famous resident Errol Flynn put it, “more beautiful than any woman [he’d] ever seen.”

The three-level, six-en-suite bedroom villa can comfortably accommodate up to 12 clients. Large, high ceilinged rooms, some with balconies, display contemporary, collectable artwork and photography that is curated according to each incoming guest’s taste from Baker’s personal collection. Custom vinyl turntables and mixing consoles add to the character of the villa in keeping with Geejam’s musical roots and returning guests. 

An outdoor terrace, heated lap pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, gym and children’s play area boast panoramic vistas of the coast, ideal for luxury living and entertaining. Ensuring an effortless stay, Cocosan is booked with full wait staff, housekeeping and in-house chefs who prepare meals in one of the two state-of-the-art kitchens using produce from the on-property organic herb and vegetable garden.


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