This white villa with a red roof made up of several cubes that are glued to each other in a unique design, revisits the myth of the traditional house in the plantation style of yesteryear, notably with its open beams like embroidery on the terrace.
You will let your gaze run along this frontal and lateral panorama dominating the bay of St Jean. Its ocher tiling terrace is extended by a teak bridge adorned with a magnificent purple bougainvillea and provided, on the left side, with an asymmetrical infinity pool.
The interior of this Creole hut, which can accommodate up to 8 guests, is naturally equipped with all today’s modern comforts (open kitchen to the living room, indoor and outdoor sofas, tables for group lunches, bedroom furniture, old dark exotic wood, and more).
A living environment accessible to 2 or 3 families, for exotic holidays, enhanced by the luxuriance of the surrounding nature and the blue of the Caribbean Sea.