Available: 31 Villas, four Townhomes and 33 Residences range from US$725,000 to US$10M.
You can now invest in a residence at Four Seasons Anguilla.
From Forbes article:
It’s the popular hashtag that’s more like a taunt, which my friends in the Caribbean use especially freely: #ILiveWhereYouVacation. Stop the hurt by taking the leap and purchasing a Caribbean vacation home—in Anguilla. I’m a shameless fan of the 35-square-mile Caribbean island east of Puerto Rico and north of St. Maarten; with its 33 pristine beaches, palate-dazzling restaurant scene and overall air of barefoot luxury, Anguilla is fabulous because it is, despite its lavishness, the antithesis of pretentious. Hearing that the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has assumed management of what was formerly the Viceroy Anguilla, and Starwood Capital Group recently introduced Four Seasons Private Residences Anguilla, a collection of whole-ownership homes for purchase, I had to check out the offerings.
despite a $10 million refresh, Four Seasons did not mess with the look and feel of the property, made of 181 rooms, suites and villas on five acres of gorgeous beachfront. Throughout, designer Kelly Wearstler’s flawless décor—shades of cream, slate, brown and white are elegant; driftwood statement pieces add a funky touch—creates for a soothing mood. Eateries and bars are as they were—which is to say, divine. The signature restaurant, Cobà, serves up some of the best lobster and ceviche I’ve ever had; sushi at the Sunset Lounge is remarkably fresh and comes with sea views to die for; the Bamboo Bar & Grill on Meads Bay offers Mediterranean-style plates like falafel and kebabs alongside Caribbean-influenced cuisine (take me back to that conch ceviche, please). There are impressive Har Tru tennis courts, a grand two-level spa with stellar therapists, an infinity pool that turns flat-out magical during sunset hour and a beach you’ll find it impossible to extract yourself from. Overall, Four Seasons Anguilla might well be a country unto itself—one that’s vastly difficult to leave.
31 Villas, four Townhomes and 33 Residences range from $725K to $10M. All are magnificent, and all have views of the sea and/or direct access to it. The four- and five-bedroom Villa Residences come with private beach and infinity pools, not to mention inviting swing beds on sweeping terraces. Point House Residences in the heart of the Resort are one-or two-bedroom apartments, except for the palatial 4th-floor penthouses, which have three bedrooms and 2000-square-foot balconies offering delicious ocean views, as far as Sandy Island. Beach Residences on Meads Bay allow owners to essentially fall out of bed and right into that cerulean water Anguilla is feted for.
A solid brand is always worth investing in. Four Seasons already has more than 100 properties in 41 countries, but with 50 high-profile projects in development—including one at the Walt Disney World Resort and another in Napa Valley—it seems bent on global takeover. Its sales have made headlines lately: a Denver Four Seasons penthouse is on the market for $13M, and in Boston a $40M Four Seasons condo sale would beat the city’s records. If it’s good enough for Bill Gates and Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz al Saud—both Four Seasons homeowners—it’s good enough for us all.
Full Forbes article
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