Exclusively Listed with Stanley’s Estate Agents.
Cherry Villa is positioned on a spectacular, 1-acre hillside parcel offering one of Antigua’s finest westerly views of the Caribbean Sea. Located in the highly regarded, well-established ex-pat community of Turtle Bay and a short drive from English Harbour, the home consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 baths within 3900 sq. ft. of comfortable and open-air living space. With its scenic, breeze-filled ocean views and beautiful sunsets, this property is not to be missed.
Approached via a paved hillside road affording expansive views of the South coast of Antigua and towards Falmouth, there is ample parking for several vehicles and steps flow down through a lovely landscaped, tropical garden and leads one to the front door.
Cherry Villa boasts a large kitchen with modern appliances and a good size breakfast bar, leading to open plan living room which opens onto a spacious terrace with views of the surrounding hillside and the azure waters below. Some additional steps lead down to a lounge also offering magnificent sea views. A short corridor leads off the rear of the kitchen to the first double bedroom.
There is corridor leading through to the lounge and adjacent there is a spare room currently not utilized leading off to a single bedroom (formerly an au pairs accommodation) with a bed raised up on a mezzanine level. The room is currently utilized as office space, and a study/fifth bedroom. Next to this is a double bedroom with shower bath. At the south end of the property, one finds a spacious master bedroom with a king bed and shower room ensuite, again with fabulous views over the pool deck below, the hillside in front and outward over the Caribbean Sea.
Recently built, the pool deck and large infinity pool with ample sunbathing space, surround a lower floor with a fourth bedroom, a bathroom and large storage space. The tropical gardens are well-maintained and offer splashes of tropical colours all serving to enhance the personality of Cherry Villa.
Offered for sale fully furnished and serviced with government electricity and a backup generator, there is also propane gas for cooking and two rainwater cisterns which provide a more than adequate supply of 40,000 US gallons of water.