Palatial Villa on the Extremely-Unique Island of Mustique Asks 0 Million

Palatial Villa on the Extremely-Unique Island of Mustique Asks $200 Million

One of many few properties on the small, idyllic personal island of Mustique, within the Caribbean, has come to the market with a price ticket that’s as jaw dropping as its tropical environment: $200 million.  

There are roughly 100 properties throughout Mustique’s 1,400 acres, and this one, often known as The Terraces, is the costliest to ever publicly come to the open market, not solely on the island, however throughout all the Caribbean area, based on itemizing company Knight Frank, which introduced the house to the market on Monday. 

Designed in a mix of Palladium and Venetian kinds to echo the pomp of Italy’s Sixteenth-century palaces, the property is wrapped in sweeping loggias and has hand-painted ceilings and murals, gilded furnishings and classical screens, based on the itemizing.

There are 9 bedrooms within the lavish essential home, many boasting wraparound verandas and large, en-suite loos. Elsewhere on the greater than 17-acre property are two swimming pools, a tennis court docket, a separate constructing devoted to leisure and a four-bedroom visitor villa with a 3rd pool. And its hilltop place supplies panoramic views throughout the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the encompassing islands. 

Knight Frank

“The Terraces is a real trophy asset,” Edward de Mallet Morgan, head of super-prime gross sales at Knight Frank, mentioned. “If Mustique is the quintessential, personal island paradise, The Terraces, being the most important and most visually outstanding property on the island, is not only one of many Caribbeans foremost homes, however arguably one of many world’s foremost properties.” 

With just one lodge and well-known for its reputation among the many well-to-do, Mustique is owned by the Mustique Firm, a non-public restricted firm, which in flip is owned by the island’s dwelling homeowners. 

Knight Frank

“Mustique is an island the place extremely high-profile individuals go for extremely low-profile holidays—and don’t submit about it on social media,” Mr. de Mallet Morgan mentioned. “The paparazzi [are] banned on Mustique and the straightforward, relaxed interplay of royal households, rock stars, celebrities, enterprise moguls and entrepreneurs is actually distinctive to Mustique.”  

Mansion International couldn’t establish the vendor of The Terraces. 

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