A superb combination of Balinese design and open plan living, a layout which is archetypal of the Caribbean, this 4 bedroom 4.5 bathroom oceanfront property sits proudly elevated over the south shore of Providenciales. Located in the exclusive oceanfront/waterfront community of Silly Creek, within walking distance to a superb cove beach known as Taylor Bay, the home features a 100 foot long Spanish cedar bridge and entryway, magically suspended over a lush tropical vegetation landscape lined with colorful bunches of bougainvillea. An extra large Japanese gate opens to turquoise ocean views, an infinity edge pool, rows of sun loungers and palm trees swaying gently in the breeze. Pod style pavilions contain soaring vaulted ceilings, coral stone floors and custom designed Spanish cedar overhead doors and windows. Recently renovated to the highest standard of elegance and design, this villa is home to 4 oversized bedrooms, all featuring ocean front views. The master suite sits independent from the main portion of the villa in its own expansive pod, highlighted by double outdoor showers where one can look out to sea. With 240 feet of ocean frontage, 4,000 square feet of covered living space, an additional 4,000 square feet of exterior space, a great room and media room on 1.74 acres there are plenty of spaces to take in the view, possibly the best viewing point may be from your own personal dock or seating area over the sea. Current renovations to the basement area add additional space for an on site caretaker's suite for those interested in maximizing rental opportunities. Click on the link below to view our four page brochure.
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