Waterfront Vacation Villa Seeks $3 Million On Turks And Caicos Islands
Brilliant aquamarine waters and bleached sand beaches ring the more than 40 tropical islands that make up Turks and Caicos, an archipelago southeast of the Bahamas.
Providenciales, considered the gateway to the British Overseas Territory, boasts expansive beaches, luxury resorts, shopping and more than 60 restaurants and cafes. Scuba-diving, kayaking and paddle boarding are among popular water sports. Tourism is the main industry, along with offshore finance and fishing.
Over the years, the idyllic resort lifestyle has drawn celebrities who bought homes there including actor Bruce Willis and radio and TV personality Dick Clark. Actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner were married on one of the cays, and actress Eva Longoria and former NBA pro Tony Parker honeymooned on the islands.
This waterfront vacation home is called Endless Blue Villa for the views of the island dotted waters of Chalk Sound National Park.
Completely renovated, the eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom luxury home is appointed with top of the line appliances and quality furniture. The 5,000 square feet of interiors is spread over three levels.
A covered terrace with a built-in barbecue and an expansive deck extend the living space outdoors on two levels. The top floor bedrooms are connected by a wide open air balcony.
Steps lead into the waters of the swimming pool, which has baja shelves and is surrounded by lounging areas.
A custom-built wooden dock sits at the water for easy launching of kayaks, paddleboards and sailboats.
Tropical landscaping, a security gate with fencing and exterior lighting are among other amenities.
Lyle Schmidek of Grace Bay Realty is the listing agent for 432 S. Dock Road, Chalk Sound, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. The asking price is US $2,999,999.
The turnkey property’s location near Las Brisas Restaurant, which features Caribbean Mediterranean fusion dishes, and beaches make it a desirable vacation spot for personal use and as a luxury rental.
There are no restrictions to foreign ownership of real estate in Turks and Caicos, as well as no property or capital gains taxes. Real estate agent fees are paid by the seller.