Villa Bonita is a shining example of the very best in luxury beachfront property available on Barbados' Platinum Coast.
Sitting on an elevated position in Prospect Bay, St. James, this newly constructed six bedroom, five and a half bathroom luxury villa is simply stunning. Offering over 9,200 square feet of living space, Villa Bonita is truly elegant with a sleek, luxurious ambiance highlighted by the highest quality Italian fixtures and fittings and gorgeous white marble tiles throughout. The proximity to the water is unique and very few west coast homes can boast such fantastic vistas from almost every room.
Of the six magnificent bedrooms, four feature en-suite bathrooms each custom designed by the Italian company Milldue with fittings by Treemme Siena Italy, including the master bedroom which also boasts its own private balcony and his-and-hers walk in closets. The two "cottage" bedrooms on the ground floor share a lovely bathroom, also high spec Milldue with Treemme Siena Italy fittings.
The fabulous TMI Italia kitchen overlooks the private courtyard with it's salt water pool - a chef's dream! Both the dining room and living room are the definition of luxury and offer uninterrupted sea views and the calming sound of the waves gently crashing on the shore.
The living area leads on to the spacious patio which is ideal for entertaining or simply relaxing and enjoying beautiful sunsets. A private staircase leads from the patio directly to the white sand beach and calm blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Also accessed by this private staircase is the beach level of this stunning villa, comprising 1,700 square feet and boasting a private cinema and gym room, itself with fabulous view.
In addition to an alarm system, security shutters at key access points offer an added element of security and peace of mind.
Villa Bonita is the definition of West Coast luxury and a home that any family will truly love and enjoy.
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