With architectural inspiration from creative designer, Oliver Messel, this hilltop villa called Coccoloba is situated at 220 feet of elevation on 12 lush acres and boasts panoramic views of four bays on the small private island of Mustique, West Indies (one of a group of islands called the Grenadines). The entrance to the villa, situated at a lower elevation, and 900 feet from the villa, meanders through mature landscaping to assure total privacy. Over 10,000 tropical plants were imported to further protect and enhance this tropical paradise. After almost five years of construction Coccoloba was completed in November of 2009. Built in a series of pavilions, materials such as antique teak from Bali, shell stone from Dominica, and antiques were sourced from around the world to create a feeling of age and permanence. The spacious living room features a wrap around terrace with an adjacent dining pavilion illuminated only by candlelight. Casual dining can be enjoyed under the Palapa after a dip in the over-sized swimming pool and drinks at the poolside bar. The master bedroom pavilion has a private outdoor terrace and plunge pool with a dressing area, bathroom and office/study. Three additional bedrooms in the guest pavilion provide privacy and ease to the pool. This incredible villa features the latest technology, including a dedicated screening room with lounge seating, a movie library, a sophisticated sound system, Wi-Fi throughout and a fitness room.
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