Sensational views are ten a penny in Antigua. So when one comes along that shatters the mould, one must excuse a smattering of superlatives. Set on a private peninsula between two of the island’s most celebrated beaches, Ocean Grand Estate boasts an unparalleled location.
Ocean Grand Estate House is a luxurious house with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, and exquisitely finished and furnished throughout. The truly magnificent villa has been painstakingly designed to complement its jaw-dropping natural surroundings. Palatial in size, the property’s sweeping glass doors and windows enhance the feeling of space.
With a spectacular elevated location overlooking the resplendent waters of the Caribbean Sea, this state of-the-art four-bedroom villa is set on the tip of the peninsular of Dickenson Bay occupying one of the finest locations in the country. With jaw-dropping panoramic vistas, Ocean Grand Estate House offers luxury living in an unrivalled setting.
Spacious open plan living and dining area with direct access to an expansive outdoor area for al fresco dining, lounging in the sun, or taking a dip in the pool, with the sounds of the Caribbean Sea lapping at the rocks below. A pared-down colour palette magnifies the arresting exterior. Tiled floors and high vaulted ceilings combine with the gentle trade winds to keep the place cool and breezy all year round. The contemporary styling is plush, yet unimposing and comfortable.
Ocean Grand is an exclusive gated community, with a fully-serviced marina and round-the-clock security for full peace of mind. This beautiful headland spot, known locally as Corbison Point, is ideal for either commercial or residential development. The area is approved under the government’s citizenship by investment programme, entitling buyers to apply for an Antigua & Barbuda passport. Holding a local passport comes with a wealth of benefits including tax planning and visa-free travel to 130 countries worldwide.
Flanking the sunset-facing peninsula are stunning Dickenson Bay and Runaway Bay beaches; the former home to first-rate resorts and restaurants and the latter a largely deserted stretch of powder-soft sand lapped by Antigua’s famous turquoise water. At just a few minutes’ drive from both the capital St John’s and the international airport, locations don’t get much more sublime.