This newly renovated 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bathrooms home is located directly on the Chalk Sound just 30 seconds from the beautiful Sapodilla Bay Beach. The home offers a beautiful view of the sound, a private swimming pool and indoor and outdoor dining.
The main building houses the fully equipped kitchen, formal dining and living room. This building is surrounded by large windows and filled with natural light.
Walking across the beaufitul deck with bring you to the second pod which houses both bedrooms. Each bedroom has a large double door entrance to the wrap around deck, an ensuite bathroom and king and queen size beds.
The property is a fully landscaped 1/3 of an acre located directly on the water. The layout of the pods and the landscaping ensure that the home is kept private.
In addition to being 30 seconds away from Sapodilla Bay beach, this home is just minutes away from Las Brisas restaurant.
Bedroom One: King size bed, en suite bathroom and a large double door entrance to the wrap around deck.
Bedroom Two: Queen size bed, en suite bathroom and a large double door entrance to the wrap around deck.
- Water Front
- Air Conditioning
- No Pets
- Private courtyards
- Plasma TVs
- Internet Access
- Cable TV.
*Please note, locations shown on the maps are approximations only
Situated a mere 575 miles southeast of Miami, Florida, nestled between the Bahamas and the Caribbean, the Turks & Caicos Islands are as close to paradise as you will find anywhere on Earth. Though little known, the islands offer the best of the Caribbean – 230 miles of powdery white beaches, the third largest coral reef system in the world, and a seemingly endless supply of sparkling turquoise water.
Providenciales or ‘Provo’ as its more commonly called, is the home of Grace Bay Beach, a 12-mile stretch of pristine, flour-like sand recently voted “Best Beach of All Tropical Islands in the World” and “Best Caribbean Beach” by Conde Nast Traveller magazine. In addition, the Turks & Caicos Islands were also named “Best Undiscovered Caribbean Destination,” a “Best Snorkelling Site,” and “Best Beach for Romance” by Caribbean Travel & Life magazine readers.
Provo’s reputation as a quiet Caribbean hideaway with award-winning beaches and stunning dive sites has grown increasingly over the past few years, but still the islands remain relatively anonymous. Good Housekeeping magazine says, “There may be times on these white beaches when you wonder if the rest of the world has disappeared,” while House & Garden magazine boasts, “Turks & Caicos is a sanctuary for nature-lovers and for those who want to get away from it all.” And Conde Nast magazine calls Turks & Caicos “an untouched land of endless contrast and natural beauty, a place that must be seen to be believed,” while Bride magazine calls TCI the Caribbean’s “newest hot spot,” but adds that the islands remain “unspoiled” and “gloriously unpopulated.”
Providenciales is also home to the Princess Alexandria Marine Park which is also the playground of ‘Jo Jo’ the famous bottlenose dolphin. Vacationers can visit Conch Farm to discover how to grow conch from tiny veligers to four-year-old adults. For water lovers, Providenciales is Turks and Caicos’ hotspot for the best water sport activities, from diving to deep sea fishing.
Turks & Caicos is one of the Caribbean’s mildest, most pleasurable locations. Winter temperatures average 70°F with daytime highs of 80°F and night-time lows of 65°F. Summer months are warmer, averaging 83°F. Daytime highs can reach 90°F with night-time temperatures dropping to 75°F. Humidity in the Turks & Caicos Islands is always very low.
The Turks & Caicos Islands also enjoy a great deal of sun, averaging just 22-40 inches of rainfall annually, with the lower totals accumulating in the south (Grand Turk, Salt Cay, and South Caicos) and the higher totals in the north (West Caicos, Providenciales, and North Caicos). Surface ocean water temperatures range between 78°F and 82°F in the winter months, (perfect for swimming and snorkelling) and are even higher in the summer months, when they reach between 82°F and 86°F.
Serene Villa is located in the Chalk sound area of Providenciales. Chalk Sound is home to Turks and Caicos greatest nature park: Chalk Sound National Park. The three mile long bay at chalk sound has gloriously clean waters, aquamarine and turquoise they have been described as 'a vast, unrippled, electric blue carpet, eerily and magnificently studded with countless tiny islets.'
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- Maximum 8 guests
- 11% Government Tax
- Prices may be subject to local taxes and service charges where applicable and may change without notice.
- Actual exchange rate may vary.
Low Season - 2nd May - 14th November
US$2,500 per week.
High Season - 15th November - 1st May
US$2,800 per week.
Christmas/New Year - $3,500 per week.
*during the holiday period there is a minimum booking of two weeks.
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There are international airports on Grand Turk, Providenciales and South Caicos, with local flights and ferries linking the islands. Local travel beyond the island group is limited.
From the US:
US travellers can fly direct to Providenciales from Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia or Charlotte with American Airlines, US Airways or Delta, or via Nassau, Bahamas.
From the UK:
British Airways fly direct to Providenciales from Heathrow, although some travellers choose to go via Miami or Bahamas.
A. Providenciales International Airport, Providenciales, Caicos Islands,
B. JAGS McCartney International Airport, Cockburn Town, Turks Islands:
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