Down the long driveway lined with coral stone walls and flamboyant, you arrive in the courtyard of this elegant Creole style villa. It is a quiet, private oasis that sets the stage for relaxing outdoor living and a lush tropical view that begins the moment you enter the villa. The large turquoise pool, accented with a visually pleasing sculpture, draws your eye straight to the stately palms and beyond to the cerulean sea.
There is a beautiful flow to the house; an almost seamless connection inside to outside. Although very open, it is private. Large covered galleries create multiple options for dining, lounging and sunning. It also creates a cool space for firing up the barbeque. Sleek, yet comfortable, new loungers surround the pool.
The décor is serene and tasteful, both inside and outside. The open plan interior living area contains comfortable oversized seating and inside dining. Adjacent to the main living area is the well-equipped, modern kitchen in sleek white, steel and black. All the interior living spaces open to the terrace and the view. The décor is eclectic, contemporary and relaxed in white, beige and taupe accented with driftwood and dark woods. Beautiful paintings, sculpture and exotic African art adds a very distinctive designer touch to the space.
Four bedrooms are set off the pool terrace. The décor is in the mood of a luxe boutique hotel; elegant and serene, each room in a different, yet connective, rich neutral color palette; taupe, cream, charcoal, driftwood and metallic. The en suite bathrooms are works of art with travertine tiles, dark stone, marble countertops, sculpted sinks and beautiful fixtures. Several bathrooms overlook the gardens; one overlooks the sea. For larger gatherings, the sister villa, La Nina, shares the same lot and provides an additional two bedrooms. The two also share a tennis court and gym.
Although secluded, you are close to amenities. It’s a short drive to beaches such as Plum Bay and Long Bay. You are ten minutes to the airport. Baie Nettle’s new culinary stars; Le Sand, Dreams and Mezza Luna are 5 minutes away and a further 5 minutes you reach the charming French capital of Marigot with shops and galleries, historic buildings and the Creole Market. Drive 25 minutes to Grand Case and Philipsburg’s shopping haven.
Terres Basses, St. Martin
Swimming Pool (35'X 18')
Number of Bedrooms: 4
All the bedrooms have king size bed and private bathrooms with showers, air conditioning & ceiling fans, plasma TV & DVD player (Not connected to satellite). Can be rented as a 2-3 or 4 bedroom villa.
Living Room Description:
Mix of Contemporary, French Country and Elegant Rattan Furniture, AC, Large Plasma TV, DVD, VCR, Stereo Tape/CD, AC & Ceiling Fan.
Number of Bathrooms: 4 and 1/2
Private bathrooms with showers.
Air-conditioned living area
Mosquito repellent spray system
Washer / Dryer
Tennis court & Gym room shared with villa "La Nina".
To Marigot: 10 min. drive
To Nearest Grocery Store: 5 min. drive
To Beach: 3 min. drive.
- The Need To Know
- Cancellation Policy
Holiday Season: 1857 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 14 Nights
High Season: 1000 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 7 Nights
Low Season: 643 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 5 Nights
10% local tax not included in rates.
Rates are in US Funds.
||15 minutes, Princess Juliana (SXM)
||2 minutes, Plum Bay
||13 minutes, Mullet Bay
||17 minutes, Marigot
||17 minutes, Marigot
||7066.00 sq. ft.
- Satellite or Cable
- Private Pool
- Living Room
- Lanai Gazebo Covered
- Hair Dryer
- Fitness Room
- Dishes Utensils
- Dining Room
- Dining Area
- Deck Patio Uncovered
- Coffee Maker
- Air Conditioning
- Wind Surfing
- Water Sports
- Sight Seeing
- Scuba Or Snorkeling
- Scenic Drives
- Pier Fishing
- Paddle Boating
- Outlet Shopping
- Nude Beach
- Mountain Climbing
- Mountain Biking
- Medical Services
- Massage Therapist
- Jet Skiing
- Horseback Riding
- Health & Beauty Spa
- Fitness Center
- Fishing Surf
- Fishing Bay
- Eco Tourism
- Duty Free
- Deepsea Fishing
- Bird Watching
- ATM Bank
Tennis court & Gym room shared with villa "La Nina"
The Need To Know
The High and Value season cancellation fee is 25% of the gross rental if the cancellation is more than 90 days prior to the arrival...50% of the gross rental between 90 to 30 days prior to arrival...100% of the gross rental within 30 days prior to arrival.
Christmas Season cancellation fee is 50% of the gross rental fee if more than 90 days prior to arrival and 100% if less than 90 days prior to arrival.
Per TICO regulations client understands that Private Villa Rentals does not offer travel cancellation insurance or any medical or emergency expense insurance. However, this is available through other avenue and strongly recommended.
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