An estate on a private island in the Turks & Caicos is on the market for $15 million. Called Point House, the property is on Parrot Cay and is one of only twelve exclusive private estates on the tony island. It is located on the southwest side of Parrot Cay.
Located on a private 1.72-acre lot with direct access to a private swathe of beach and ocean, the estate is adjacent to an expansive nature reserve. The 7,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and unobstructed views of the Caribbean Sea.
Upon entering the villa, oversized windows that are floor to ceiling in height reveal the turquoise Caribbean Sea in the distance. The home is ideal for indoor-outdoor living with white limestone stone floors and natural wood finishes in contrasting hues of ebony and oak—-the foundation of its minimalistic design aesthetic.
Doors framed in beautifully finished white oak allow the island’s natural beauty to be visible throughout the home.
The home features an open living plan with multiple seating areas. The dining room is can accommodate a 12-foot-long table. There is a fully equipped kitchen with an oversized island and high-end appliances.
The main level of the home has three bedrooms. The master bedroom is ocean-facing and includes a king-sized bed and expansive bathroom with a handcrafted sunken bathtub, a walk-in shower and outdoor shower.
A second bedroom also has a bathroom with a limestone shower, a handcrafted sunken tub and a landscaped outdoor shower. An ensuite third bedroom, also on the main floor, can be easily converted into a media room, office or playroom.
A fourth bedroom and bathroom is located on a loft that overlooks the main living area below. The bedroom has access to a rooftop terrace. A shuttered indoor balcony provides the space with privacy.
A fifth bedroom is nestled in the property’s botanical gardens and can serve as a private residence for a nanny or staff or it can be converted into a fitness room, yoga studio or office space.
Behind the home there is a swimming pool paved in unique lava stone imported from Bali. A weathered grey deck surrounding the pool leads to a sequestered beach.
Residents of Parrot Cay have access to the amenities of the neighboring Como Parrot Cay, a five-star resort on 1,000 unspoiled acres with a mile-long beach. Como Parrot Cay offers a world-renowned spa, in-residence wellness specialists and three restaurants. The resort also offers a pool, pool bar, two boutiques, a kids’ club, and a fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment.
The resort has a full-service spa that includes a large yoga facility, nine treatment rooms, an outdoor Jacuzzi garden, a Pilates studio, double massage rooms and Japanese baths—all in low-lying pavilions overlooking the North Caicos Channel and the surrounding wetlands. The spa’s Asian-inspired treatments includes Ayurveda, aromatherapy, Pilates and other holistic approaches.
Como Parrot Cay provides residents with a butler service, housekeeping service twice daily, bottled water at turndown, daily group yoga and Pilates sessions and water sport activities.
Point House is represented by Robert Greenwood, broker and partner, and Hazel Rush, luxury real estate specialist, both of Regency Realty. The firm is the exclusive Affiliate in Turks & Caicos with global marketing services provided by Christie’s International Real Estate.