The Brazilian Emerald is an architectural masterpiece designed for entertaining and relaxation. It is a 13,000 square foot villa with 5 bedrooms each with an en-suite bathroom and two additional powder rooms for a total of 7 bathrooms. The living and dining space is ideal for a group of friends, a family gathering or entertaining your business associates.
The African Sapphire villa, a 8 bedroom villa is ideal for those looking for two Master Suites. The living and dining space is ideal for a group of friends, one or two families vacationing together, or other larger group. The 14,000 sq. ft. villa is named for its furnishings, including a chandelier and table centerpiece handmade in Africa from half a million beads.
On one of Anguilla's greatest beaches sits one of its greatest homes: Beach Court Villa at Shoal Bay East, a 10,000 square foot luxury villa with swimming pool and tennis court on sloped land that goes directly to the western end of Shoal Bay. It is one of the very few houses on all of Shoal Bay whose property brings you right to the sand.
Welcome to Modena The sublime, majestic calm and awe of Modena is encapsulated by its expansive openness that goes beyond your wildest imagination. It portrays sheer elegance and modernization by its architecture, design and smart home automation. Modena is aesthetically pleasing as it captures the surrounding water and the crystal blue sea of Cove Bay, bathing the shoreline and beyond.
Reputed to be the island’s largest villa at 21,000 square feet, Lavish Cove Villa sits above the Cove Lagoon and is home to 4 Grand Villa Suites, 1 Loft Suite with a private sun terrace, 9 bathrooms, 3 pools, and a large state-of-the-art gym.
Overlooking the Cove and only two minutes away from pristine Maundays Bay, is Anguilla's newest luxury villa enclave in chic West End - Sheriva. Situated on a lush 10-acre alcove with stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring St. Martin, the property offers ultimate privacy, yet swift access to the island's finest beaches
Only the finest materials accent almost every inch of this 14,000 square foot haven including exquisite marble floors and balustrades, exotic hardwood ceilings and immaculate granite countertops. The sunken living room exudes the richness of elegant island living, while the kitchen offers contemporary comforts such as GE Monogram appliances.
Anguilla Luxury Villa was built to take advantage of its stunning location on Barnes Bay, and the villa is extremely open and airy: with high ceilings, fans throughout, and French doors that open to the sea. The floors are all imported stone tile, and most of the furniture was made specifically for the house by craftsmen in both Mexico and Morocco. The beauty of the house can be attested to, by the fact that it has been photographed by both House and Garden and Italian Architectural Digest.
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Known for its amazing beaches, Anguilla is the center of universe from the amazing Beaches on Barnes Bay which are where you’ll find most of the amazing beachfront homes and mansions for rental. The island itself is only 35 Sq. miles and has a rich history to share with those visiting this island. The capital, The Valley, has some amazing local shopping and dining, you’ll always find something to do. Most people do however come for the nautical lifestyle, you can find people swimming, enjoying snorkelling, taking a boat out and traveling to our neighboring islands such as Puerto Rico, St. Martin, and Kitts. There are so many things to do in the water that people often get submerged for their entire stay.
For those that love to go out at Nightly we have:
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For those that like exploring there are Beach Stone Sculptures of Rendezvous Bay, Caves and Holes can be explored with a guide all around the island, You may want to come when sea turtles are hatching to see them run off, you may want to visit the Heritage Collection Museum in the East End Village, or just enjoy the beauty of the famous beaches of Sandy Lane such as Captains Bay, Island Harbour, Shoal Bay East, Limestone Bay, Little Bay, Crocus Bay, Katouche Bay, Road Bay and the village of Sandy Ground, Prickley Pear Cay and Sandy Island, Long Bay, Meads Bay, Barnes Bay, Windward Point, Savannah Bay, Mimi Bay, Sandy Hill Bay, Forest Bay, Little Harbour, Blowing Point, Rendezvous Bay, Merrywing Bay, Cove Bay, Maunday's Bay, and much much more.
Coming to Anguilla is easy, jump on a plane, get on a ferry, or just take a private charter, it’s well worth the trip.