NONSUCH BAY, ANTIGUA
Come find out why this villa is regarded as one of Antigua’s finest properties.
NONSUCH BAY, ANTIGUA
Come find out why this villa is regarded as one of Antigua’s finest properties.
NONSUCH BAY, ANTIGUA
Come find out why this villa is regarded as one of Antigua’s finest properties.
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AFFILIATE PORTFOLIO     BEACH   

4 BEDROOMS

4 BATHS

3,500+ SQ/FT

SLEEPS 8

PRIVATE POOL

BREATHTAKING VIEWS

THE RESIDENCE

This lovely Antigua vacation villa is located on the east side of the island, offering cool breezes from the trade winds on even the hottest day. Enjoy stunning panoramic views across Nonsuch Bay from the infinity pool or spacious outdoor living area. Boasting a spacious floorplan with four bedrooms, multiple terraces, a modern chef’s kitchen, outdoor BBQ and immaculate landscaping, this home is the perfect host for your next tropical vacation. Every aspect of this villa was designed to make the most of its location perched over the water, including glass terraces, floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors. While staying at the villa, you’ll have access to a secluded beach and a full host of amenities at Nonsuch Bay including a sailing club, 24-hour onsite security, fitness center and more.

FEATURES AND AMENITIES

  • Four bedrooms + four bathrooms
  • 3,500+ sq. ft. of total living space
  • Maximum occupancy: 8 people
  • Idyllic views across Nonsuch Bay
  • Ample outdoor living space
  • Infinity pool
  • Access to resort amenities
  • Nearest airport: V. C. Bird International Airport (ANU)
LAND OF 365 BEACHES
Although its formal name was given by Christopher Columbus after the Virgin of La Antigua, its nickname came from the locals. There are so many beautiful beaches surrounding the island, it's said you could visit a different one every day for a year.
LAND OF 365 BEACHES
Although its formal name was given by Christopher Columbus after the Virgin of La Antigua, its nickname came from the locals. There are so many beautiful beaches surrounding the island, it's said you could visit a different one every day for a year.
LAND OF 365 BEACHES
Although its formal name was given by Christopher Columbus after the Virgin of La Antigua, its nickname came from the locals. There are so many beautiful beaches surrounding the island, it's said you could visit a different one every day for a year.
LAND OF 365 BEACHES
Although its formal name was given by Christopher Columbus after the Virgin of La Antigua, its nickname came from the locals. There are so many beautiful beaches surrounding the island, it's said you could visit a different one every day for a year.
LAND OF 365 BEACHES
Although its formal name was given by Christopher Columbus after the Virgin of La Antigua, its nickname came from the locals. There are so many beautiful beaches surrounding the island, it's said you could visit a different one every day for a year.
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Dubbed “Waladli” by the indigenous inhabitants meaning “our own”, Antigua feels like a secret paradise. One of the Caribbean’s premiere island destinations, Antigua is nirvana for sun worshipers, sailors, honeymooners and thrill seekers alike. From its aquamarine waters and abundant sea life, to its mighty winds ideal for kite surfing, to its prestigious regattas bringing sailors from around the world, to its powdery white-sand beaches – this tropical paradise will surely keep you coming back year after year.

Historical Treasure

Antigua’s Many Forts

As one of Britain’s crown jewels, Antigua was once fortified to keep its harbors safe. Many forts remain today and will give you a glimpse into years past. We recommend checking out Fort James, Fort Barrington and Fort Berkely – all set against stunning tropical backdrops.

Sight to See

Beach Hop

Perhaps Antigua’s most well known feature is its stunning coastline. Carve out time to visit at least a few of its protected coves and sugar-sand stretches of pristine shoreline. Visiting all of Antigua’s beaches would take you a year, but don’t let that deter you—there’s always your next vacation!

Indulge

Tour and Taste at the Antigua Distillery

Rum has been an Antigua staple ever since sugar was introduced to the island in the late 1600s. It was made in single pot stills until the Portuguese-founded Antigua Distillery Limited brought over second-hand distillation equipment in 1932. Rum is a now a way of life in the Caribbean—come see for yourself!

DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT…

Most Romantic Island

Oyster

Best Caribbean Island

Trip Advisor

Best Caribbean Beaches

U.S. News

“We just got back from a wonderful week in Antigua. We loved the villa and its setting, but the wow factor here is most definitely the view. We really enjoyed being able to use the resort facilities and took full advantage of those amenities. This was the perfect family holiday and we can’t wait to visit Antigua again.” Equity Estates Investor

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