Which luxury St Martin Villa is the right choice for you?

As the temperature begins to drop and our clouds turn drab hues of grey, many Canadians are dreaming of Caribbean beaches and planning their escape. For those craving sun, sand, sea and the finer experiences in life, these luxury villas in St. Martin provide the perfect oasis for your winter escape.

VILLA AMANDARA

Located in Terres Basses on the French side of St. Martin, Villa Amandara is the quintessential multigenerational villa. A sleek yet dramatic interior blends soft cream travertine and dark hardwood features, harmoniously complementing the natural surroundings. The inclusion of glass doors offers stunning panoramic views and the blue mosaic tiled infinity pool creates a sense of continuum from land to sea. Offering five bedrooms, six bathrooms and catering to ten guests, this villa is only an eight-minute drive away from Marigot, rich with restaurants, shopping, and art galleries.

VILLA CASA CERVO

Perched on the ocean’s edge, Casa Cervo brings stunning views across the water to Anguilla and the mountain peaks of St Martin. With picturesque views from every window and easy beach access, the tropical beauty of St. Martin is well-represented. The ample open plan features, fine glass doors and expansive outdoor areas create a sense of fluidity throughout the space. A sea-facing verandah connecting all rooms within the main house allows guests the opportunity for a versatile dining, lounging and entertaining experience during their stay.

VILLA TRUFFLE

This free-standing five-bedroom villa is situated on a three-acre lot tucked within a hillside in Terres Basses. Offering uninterrupted views of the sea from the property’s expansive private gardens and lawns, this is an intimate property ideal for friends and families. With a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen and a terrace boasting seven different seating and lounging areas, this is the perfect property to come together, connect and entertain. Mixing tranquility with convenient proximity to some of the best dining and shopping experiences available on the island, this modern architectural masterpiece gives guests an exclusive taste of luxury within its chic interior.

Story by Christine Hogg

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