Hibiscus Villa on Chalk Sound in the Turks and Caicos is where traditional Caribbean charm welcomes you home.
The three bedroom, two bathroom waterfront home boasts incomparable sea views from two levels of wrap-around decking with 330′ of beachfront and ironshore on the sound-side.
A third level balcony accessed from the master suite looks out on the beautiful waters of Sapodilla Bay. There is a swimming platform for sunbathing or splashing in the cool azure waters. Mature indigenous gardens are bound by stone walls, and stone footpaths meander through the hibiscus, bougainvillea, and pomegranate bushes.
A stone observation bench is the perfect place for a quiet glass of wine at the end of the day while gazing at the gentle waves lapping the beach.
The home was built with an attached garage, full basement, and storage room with double-height ceiling (originally intended as a media room). There is a solar hot water system, two laundry centers (one on the second floor and one in the master suite), water filtration system, grey water irrigation system, city water and 18,000 gallon cistern. The property has underground cables and internet, CCTV, alarm system, and full outdoor lighting.
Hibiscus Villa is being sold with all furnishings, tools, and equipment, plus a 2007 Toyota Sienna and a 14′ rigid inflatable boat with 20HP outboard motor. Built in 1990, Hibiscus Villa has been meticulously cared for by one family and this is the first time on market. It is listed for $1.2 million with Grace Lappin.
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