A Distinct Mountainside Retreat complete with a 65 foot infinity pool and waterfall where one's eyes are captured by a superb view out on to the majestic World Heritage Site of The Pitons and The Caribbean Sea in St. Lucia. The villa lays directly seaside, right about the shore line and stands out for its unique location, and internal decor. Caille Blanc Villa is the creation of its owner, a world-renowned designer who has personally selected tastefully appointed interiors, composed of luxurious materials, antiques and furnishings from Afghanistan, India, China, Japan, and the United States. Local St. Lucian trees were forested for wall paneling and beautiful hand-cut stone facades come from local quarries. The inspired and dramatic architecture encompasses a spacious plan that captures views of the sparkling aqua waters in the cove below. Thoughtfully arranged indoor and outdoor spaces are eminently livable and lend themselves to relaxing days spent entertaining seaside. There are five Villa Suites with six beautiful Bedrooms, each with en suite bathrooms. All principal rooms are brilliantly sunny and take advantage of the panoramic water views. The largest of the five suites; the Temple Suite has hand-carved, antique Palace doors imported from India, decorative stone-carving motifs, and hand-painted Indian metal tiles covering its vaulted ceiling. The Temple Living Room has an authentic Kiva fireplace reminiscent of those found in the ancient Pueblo village of Taos, New Mexico and decorative, antique, carved-wood Bedroom entrance doors. The Grotto Suite, the owner's personal new suite, features an individual Japanese soak tub outside the bedroom doors on the deck and the waterfall from the pool cascades into a small wading pool in the same area. Enjoy dining in the gourmet Dutch kitchen or on the spacious Pavilion courtyard where full-masted sailing ships are frequently seen. Caille Blanc Villa offers a rare opportunity to own a palatial seaside residence with meticulous appointments and the joys of sea, sky and heaven.
On St. Lucia, the most famous landmark is formed by nature, the Pitons, twin volcanic cones jutting out of the sea. They are the embodiment of the island’s tropical other-worldliness and surprising natural gifts. Another is near the town of Soufrière, which is touted to have the world’s one and only drive-in volcano. Lea más acerca de casas de lujo en St. Lucia