Solaris Beach House

St. James
5 bedrooms6 bathrooms
Listing Number: 1261

Sale Price

USD $5,250,000

Land Area: 8,712 sq. ft
Floor Area: 4,500 sq. ft

Brand new to the market is an opportunity to acquire a contemporary five-bedroom absolute beachfront villa on the famed Reeds Bay, boasted to be the most prestigious part of the Platinum Coast. Solaris sits on approximately 8,271 sq. ft. of this prime beachfront land and is discreet and private in its design from the main street. It has the glorious Caribbean Sea as a backdrop from the garden, where the entertaining areas are located.

This well-appointed beachfront standalone villa with high-end contemporary finishes is designed by world-acclaimed Interior Designer Celia Sawyer. The design has been sympathetic to its surroundings, taking advantage of an open plan contemporary layout which brings the synergy of luxury, light and flows to each room.

The villa is completely enclosed and has private steps straight onto the white sand where you can walk down to the turquoise water, perfect for snorkelling and swimming. The private dining terrace, spa pool and bar sets a beautiful scene for, al fresco dining, cocktails and relaxation with friends and family.

Solaris is perfectly located between Holetown and Speightstown. Holetown is the hub of the west coast, and with Speightstown to the North, they are both in easy access and within a 5-minute drive from the villa. Holetown is well-appointed with the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre which offers lovely restaurants, cafes, cinemas and shops. Speightstown is a delightful historic town, with a museum, art gallery, local shops a great selection of restaurants and bars.

Solaris offers the best of both worlds as it is also an excellent rental property with the option of opening up the living room as a 6th bedroom sleeping, 12 people.


Amenities & Property Features

al fresco Dining
Amenities Nearby
BBQ Area
Beach Access
Beach View
Covered Patio
Media Room
Outdoor Dining
Sea Views
Swimming Pool

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