Taste of paradise in a Turks & Caicos hideaway

Coral House, located in Grace Bay, Provo, one of the Turks and Caicos Islands, is a one-of a-kind timeless architectural masterpiece. Inspired by the work of legendary theatrical designer, Oliver Messel and recalling the 18th century tradition of island plantation estates. It exudes the charm and character of the Turks and Caicos. The floor plan gracefully integrates indoor and outdoor spaces permitting simple yet sophisticated living. The boundaries between the natural and man-made worlds fade as one room flows into another providing cozy, comfortable nooks as well as formal areas to entertain and enjoy the ambiance. The home has been constructed of coral stone blocks imported from Barbados. Spanning 12,737 sq. ft., this beautiful six bedroom, six bath home is framed around a lushly landscaped central courtyard and is the epitome of Caribbean elegance. The home features a gourmet kitchen, library, an office, multiple living areas, a breakfast room, family room, formal dining room and exceptional details, materials and furnishings throughout. Additionally, there is a one bedroom, two-story guest cottage with it’s own private pool and garden.

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13 years ago

I could “suffer” nicely here in this sea of white! Great place. It must be the picture/lighting but the kitchen doesn’t seem like it goes with the rest of the space.