Saving Grace, newly completed in 2013, is Grace Bay beach's newest signature home. Thoughtfully designed to take full advantage of one of the most idyllic beachfront sites in the Turks and Caicos Islands and nestled into a unique sunset-facing sandy cove. This majestic villa's beautiful and enduring Colonial design match its breathtaking panoramic views of seven miles of white sand and the glittering turquoise sea and surf-topped coral reef beyond. Discover Saving Grace as you the approach the timeless facade through the gated entrance and down the lushly landscaped driveway. Situated on 133 feet of prime beach frontage, the site sits proud of the neighboring lot, further enhancing the home's privacy and vistas. Beautifully detailed throughout, this 4 bedroom and studio, 3.5 bathroom villa spans two gracious levels and 5,159 sq. ft., with the ability to easily convert the studio space in to a 5th bedroom with 4th bathroom as desired. Features include a double-height 23 foot entrance foyer, mahogany staircase, hardwood floors, stone countertops, elegant slate tiled bathrooms with Grohe and Duravit fixtures and mahogany doors. At the heart of the home is the masterpiece kitchen with its walnut island and apron sink, and comprehensive high end appliances, featuring an expansive casual dining and living space, opening to a screened indoor/outdoor living room for entertaining, lounging and play overlooking the 42 foot heated swimming pool and beyond to Grace Bay. A full pantry and upper and lower level laundry rooms emphasize the home's comfort. Whilst fully air-conditioned, the design maximizes the island's prevailing breezes. On the upper level, the large master suite opens to the grand wrap-around balcony. Guest bedrooms enjoy their own private landing and an additional oceanfront studio provides a wonderful opportunity to create a great-room suitable for use as a design studio, a family room, a library, an exercise room, or an additional master bedroom ready for fit out with stunning views at everywindow. Click on the link below to view our four page brochure.
For much of its history, the beaches of Turks and Caicos were the sands less traveled. Until, that is, Club Med opened a resort in the early 1980s and put the archipelago on a trajectory as a rising star of posh Caribbean beach destinations. Turks and Caicos, located 550 miles southeast of Miami, is made up of 40 different islands. Only a handful are inhabited.Read more about luxury homes in Turks And Caicos Islands