Located in Privateers Bay on the island of Great Camanoe, Serendipity is a five-bedroom, four-bathroom villa on a Lot of approx. 2.3 acres and is uniquely imbued with the stamp of the owner's character. Maritime aficionados, and most other mortals, will enjoy the spectacular views over Marina Cay, Virgin Gorda and beyond and the short walk to the dock provides easy access to the main mode of transport.
The original house consists of two bedrooms and a studio/third bedroom, two bathrooms, an outdoor shower, a spacious lounge and kitchen, all combined to provide a pleasing sense of proportion and scale. The second building was built about 14 years ago and provides a further two bedrooms, two bathrooms, lounge and kitchenette.
The picture window in the lounge provides a magnificent framed view of Marina Cay and the Caribbean Sea. The Master Suite with ensuite bathroom and dressing area leads on to a charming private terrace. The ensuite bathroom to the second bedroom is delightfully decorated with a "Flukes Fish Mural" decorating the walls and a nice outdoor shower.
There might only be a few better places in the Caribbean for soaking in a Jacuzzi than the one in the tropical garden of Serendipity! The home has ample storage, a laundry room with new washing machine, new solar hot water heater, a Jeep Cherokee and a 17ft Boston Whaler with a 90hp engine in good condition to get you to and from the island.
The owners are open to offers and will even consider selling a share of the home that has served them so well for so many years.
The history of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is the stuff of epic tales. Norman Island, at the southern tip of the chain, is said to be the setting for Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island.” Nearby caves once hid riches plundered by pirates. The ocean floor is a graveyard for sunken ships. Read more about luxury homes in Iles Vierges Britanniques