Settled within a tranquil secluded neighborhood, South Watch is a sanctuary in a Caribbean paradise. It is evident upon first viewing that this home was created for function and yet comfortable relaxation. Painted with traditional pastel Caribbean colors, the charm of this home is enhanced by it's impeccable attention to detail, characteristic of both the owners and the late architect, Michael Arneborg and his partner, Allan Smith.
The original building surrounded by well manicured gardens contains 2 ensuite bedrooms, living room, kitchen, screen porch for dining, additional entertainment reading room and laundry. The front porch is a unique gathering place with views of Sir Francis Drake Channel, Sopers Hole Marina and the untouched mountains of St John's National Park. To see the sun rise and set from this vantage point is truly majestic.
The poolhouse, located below and adjacent to the eastern side of the pool, contains a living room, bathroom, kitchen and large covered front porch. Poolside dining, lounging and even large-group gatherings make this the heart beat of South Watch. Below the main living is an additional guest ensuite bedroom with its own walk-out deck for sunning and stargazing.
The newly completed master suite is located at the western end of the pool. It comes complete with a coffee bar, an owner's lock-up closet, covered sitting room with additional laundry/ storage below. The nearby poolside deck is a sun deck by day and a spectacular viewing area to study the “heavens” at night.
South Watch is architecturally designed by careful placement of three independent living pods surrounding a large pool with both covered and uncovered lounging areas. Stonewalls are fashioned as faux historical ruins which surround and weave through the entire property. The beautifully maintained gardens create a delightful ‘secret garden’ atmosphere, where nature abounds.
Key property features:
- Two full kitchens and dining areas
-Air conditioned throughout
- West End location
- Extraordinary breezes and panoramic views
- Easy access to main road leading to restaurants, grocery stores, gas station, ferry dock and 20 minutes level drive to Road Town
- Great walking and hiking
- Nearby beaches and marina
- Circular driveway
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This home is a wonderfully designed Caribbean cottage with attention to scale and detail. We treasure working to make this home the best it can be... a true labor of love. The views are special - yacht watching by day, sunset, then stargazing by night.