Situated on 400 pristine acres in the easternmost reaches of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, the uber-luxury development of Oil Nut Bay has always been a setting apart, even in these spectacularly beautiful islands known for being a line-of-sight sailing paradise.
But a rare cliffside listing in the coveted North South neighborhood is taking things to next-level decadence with impeccable design that brings the views sweeping inside at every turn, delightfully blurring the lines between inside and out.
Currently on the market for the not-so-paltry sum of $18.5 million, the 4,470-sq. ft. villa named Constellations has four bedrooms (including two lavish primary suites), five bathrooms, and two half-baths to sleep eight people in the utmost of comfort.
The home’s breathtaking moments begin the moment you arrive in its grand entry hall, with open-concept living and dining spaces that unfold across two floors that are perfectly angled to the north to take in jaw-dropping views of Necker and Anegada Islands.
Barefoot is the best way to experience the luxe feel of the elegant Turkish marble that paves the home’s floors, which perfectly complement the natural and seamless feel of the Euro-Wall sliders and windows that bring the views angling in everywhere.
Marble outdoor living terraces ring both the home’s two stories, making it inviting to step outside, wherever you happen to be to take in the views and fresh Caribbean air. Outdoor living spaces—a whopping 2,567 square feet of them—are as much a selling point as Constellations’ immaculately appointed interiors, too. There’s even a gourmet outdoor chef’s kitchen for entertaining alfresco or just whipping up a humble barbecue for you and yours.
The home features an infinity saltwater pool and hot tub with a swim-up bar as stunning as any five-star resort’s watery play space.
But for beach lovers, even better might be the private nature trail that winds down from Constellations to your very own private beach below, complete with its own bath house for ducking out of the sun.
For explorations further afield on Virgin Gorda, residents can keep the seabreezes in their hair two with the property’s two included six-passenger carts for exploring the marina and elsewhere. Just don’t forget to wave to the neighbors.