3 bedroom property for sale
St Vincent and the Grenadines - Plenty Wind House, 4.5 Acres - Bequia, Hope
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St.Vincent & the Grenadines
Approx 4.5 Acres
Plenty Wind comprises of 2 structures discreetly set amongst prime tropical headland amidst beautiful landscaped gardens.
Main Living Space
This is open plan and incorporates a large kitchen, dining area and relaxing living space. This connects to the private master bedroom suite via stone garden steps.
Paved with imported Spanish Terracotta tile
Finished in local stone
High wooden paneled ceiling
Wide panoramic views from the windows
WC & wash hand basin
Master Bedroom Suite
This discreet master bedroom suite has a private open air bathroom and private courtyard.
Antique hardwood four-poster
Brazilian kiln dried ipe flooring
Private seating area
Outdoor bathroom with marble floor
French porcelain bath with ball and claw feet
Infinity Style Swimming Pool
A stroll through the gardens is a wonderful infinity swimming pool - one of the most dramatic, natural and stylish of infinity pools on the island.
The 20,000 gallon pool is finished in
local stone cut from the headland and overlooks the beautiful Hope Bay
beneath with uninterrupted views over to Mustique, Baliceuax and
Plenty Wind & Panoramic Views
The views to Mustique over Hope Bay beneath and across to the southern Grenadine islands including the uninhabited islands of Baliceaux and Battowia. The gentle trade-winds generate a natural and refreshing ambiance throughout this tranquil woodland estate.
The indigenous forest sweeping around the property provides a secluded aspect with the idyllic Hope Bay Beach, just a 10-15 minutes walk, beneath.
Vehicle access is via the private Hope Estate Road.
All the walls are made from stone cut
from the Hope Estate and all the rafters, studs, louvres and windows are engineered and fabricated in Brazil from kiln dried ipe.
New York Architect Designed
The house was designed by the renowned international architect Jack Beyer, of New York firm Beyer Blinder Belle. The property stands out upon the island as a magnificent example that manages to combine both natural equatorial materials and building methods with sophisticated international design.
Tropical Gardens with Lush Aromatic Landscaping
The properties are surrounded by landscaped tropical plants, fruits and
nuts that perfume the warm trade winds encouraging restful sleep and relaxation.
Mature palms offer shade whilst stretches of renewable hardwood cool decking surround the pool area.
The gardens around the properties manage to naturally combine a series of discrete stairways, mature tropical landscaping and stunning seascapes giving the impression of being amongst the canopy in a rain forest.
Plenty Wind is nestled on the tip of Hope headland, enjoying a stunning location and the privacy akin to that of a private island.
The architect designed space uses the
elevated position, high ceilings, wrap around verandas and local trade winds to naturally air-condition the living and sleeping spaces.
The outdoor antique bath, the moonlit showers, endless uninterrupted views and a fusion of natural renewable materials make this estate a magical development situated upon one of the islands prime areas of headland.
Plenty Wind Location: Hope Bay
Situated on the Eastern side of the island, enjoy the Windward cooling breezes Plenty Wind is a popular rental property
on the island due to its location, degree of comfort and well equipped interior.
The white crescent sandy beach, 200m in length, is only accessible from the water or along a single semi-paved hillside path through aromatic white cedar and indigenous coconut groves. Due to its secluded position the beach remains very quiet and peaceful. The warm turquoise waters feature long lines of breakers from the Atlantic, a natural point break, and offers the location ideal for body surfing and windsurfing. The average sea water temperatures vary from 77F-82F making this virtually private beach ideal for a variety of water sports.
Natural coral reef lies off much of the coastline with Bequias' shores offering monster shoals of fish for scuba divers to enjoy. With several wrecks and shallow caves accessible to advanced divers, the island of Bequia offers a stunning and unspoilt location for lovers of the sea.
Port Elizabeth Harbour
These properties are only a 10 minute drive away from the vibrant harbour of Port Elizabeth where local fishermen blow a conch shell to welcome the return of the catch. This scenic, commercial hub of the island offers a safe anchorage for the many sailing and fishing boats that visit the island. Port Elizabeth thrives on its fishing and boat building traditions.
Alongside the dive shops, restaurants, bars and boutiques Port Elizabeth provides a variety of water sport activities, opportunities to arrange a day sail or longer cruises to the Grenadines, Tobago Cays and Mustique. For keen sailors the excellent Bequia Bookshop in Port Elizabeth offers a wide selection of charts and maps for sale.
The Island of Bequia
Bequia, which means the Island of Clouds, is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt of the 60 islands that make up the 68 mile long archipelago of St.Vincent & the Grenadines. Due to the remote position of the islands and their dependence upon inter-island trade the locals who are proud of their boat building and fishing traditions are eager to share their knowledge and welcome visitors to the island.
Jimmy Buffet lists Bequia as one of his top 5 least spoilt of the Caribbean Islands.
This lush green island characterized by
tropical rainforest is surrounded by miles of stunning white sandy beaches. The indigenous woodland offers a variety of flora and fauna including wild orchids, tropical fruit and nuts, hummingbirds and
yellowbirds making this environment free from commercial noise and alive with natural sounds of the sea, the warming trade winds and local wildlife.
Daytime temperatures average between 24C-30C(75F-86F) throughout the year. In the winter a cooler evening might see a low of around 21C whereas the summer temperatures could reach 32C(90F. The tradewinds bring with them cooling breezes for most of the year whilst the famous christmas winds bring stiffer, steady breezes and lively seas which provide perfect sailing conditions.
In 1992 Bequia acquired an airport that can accommodate small aircraft and offers charter flights to and from St.Vincent and Barbados. There are a variety of other stunning islands to visit either via day cruises or speedboat. Mustique and Young Island for example, private islands close to Bequia provide stunning and exclusive locations for dinner. Ferries regularly operate between the islands and speedboat taxis and sailing charters are easy to arrange from Port Elizabeth. The Grenadine archipelago offers a variety of island activities such as day cruises, diving trips and sightseeing trips to the Tobago Cays all easily arranged by the Grenadines Team.