Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

Seashell Beach Villa is located in Oil Nut Bay. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

The villa has four bedrooms – two master suites with views of the ocean and a pair of guest suites. All four rooms have en suite bathrooms with outdoor showers. Courtesy Knight Frank

The property boasts open-plan floors with a combined office and sitting room, a fitness studio, staff quarters and a chef’s kitchen. Courtesy Knight Frank


Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

There’s a large terrace outside overlooking a private infinity pool and a rock waterfall. It is set on a half-acre site. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

The front entrance to the villa, one of just 88. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

Oil Nut Bay has a town hall, boutique shops, a beach club and a marina that can house huge yachts of up to 88 metres. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

One of the master bedrooms. Oil Nut Bay has been designed as a sustainable, low-density project, with 50 per cent of the land dedicated to open space. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

One of the ensuite bathrooms. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

The kitchen area comes with breakfast bar. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

The property is on Virgin Gorda, one of the biggest Caribbean islands that make up the British Virgin Islands. Courtesy Knight Frank

Sail up to your Dh40m villa in Caribbean tax haven – in pictures

The guest room. The property can also be leased through a club membership scheme in which the owner receives 60 per cent of the rental income and the developer 40 per cent. Courtesy Knight Frank

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