This luxurious executive-style home is part of the Mount Nevis Hotel Estates, and is the largest house in the enclave. Beautifully decorated in a colorful Mediterranean-style décor, the atmosphere of the house blends perfectly with the tropical surroundings. Spacious on all accounts the house easily accommodates large family groups, multigenerational gatherings, or could also be comfortable for smaller more intimate gatherings in the large great room, cozy TV room, and open-plan kitchen with bar. The spacious veranda creates a large outdoor room for poolside relaxing or evening meals or sunset cocktails.


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Additional Information

Age: Built in 2003.

Construction: Block and masonry with Spanish tile roof.

Living Room: Large open-plan living room with several seating areas, an indoor dining area. A beautiful foyer entry leads to the living area from the gracious front door entry. Nearby is a cozy TV room with chairs and sofa.

Kitchen: Large gourmet-style open plan kitchen with all modern appliances, bar area, opening onto a large laundry room with extra storage.

Bedrooms: The six bedrooms are split between two wings at either end of the house, with two ensuite masters and three other bedrooms.

Gazebo: Charming roof gazebo in large front yard area providing a shady respite.

Pool: Extra-large pool 20’ x 36’ with infinity edge; large sundeck surrounds pool.

Laundry: Separate laundry room off kitchen with washer/dryer, built-in washtub, and cabinetry for storage.

Utilities: Cistern and public water.

Architects: Yost Grube Hall of Portland, Oregon with interior by NY designer, Liz Durling

Contractor: Noral Lescott

Details: Part of the ruins of an historic stone cistern on property; dual entries from two gates, one leading to a circular driveway entrance. Extra large lot and walled fencing surrounding the property creates a very private feeling.




The above information is believed to have been gathered from reliable sources, but is based upon information gathered from third parties, therefore may not be complete or totally accurate.