- Listing Type: Luxury Villa
- Location: Galley Bay Heights
- Approx sqft: 14000sqft
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 7
- Views: Panoramic 360 Degree Stunning Views!
Villa Kathleen often described as having some of the best views in Antigua is located within the exclusive development of Galley Bay Heights. Set between Galley Bay and Deep Bay and perfectly positioned within its own two-acre landscaped gardens, this spacious 14,000 square foot villa offers commanding vistas of the blue Caribbean ocean.
Meandering along the numerous honey coloured stone walled pathways, gently mellowed over the years with tall palms trees, the villa provides a beautiful private haven.
Carved out of the rock with uninterrupted ocean views, the flood-lit championship sized tennis court is perfect for the sport enthusiast. Further recreational amenities are provided with a fun sized newly built Bocci court, yoga deck, gazebo and bar.
Offering a total of seven large bedrooms and seven bathrooms with balconies and terraces, all of which have amazing sea views. The open planned high vaulted living area comprises of a huge lounge, indoor dining and tv zone. Entering through double doors is a separate conservatory leading onto an enclosed courtyard providing a lovely canopied seating area.
The Hamptons style main kitchen is further enhanced by an additional separate Chef’s
kitchen and walk-in pantry.
The infinity pool and jacuzzi offer unparalleled views of the sea with a huge deck and balcony. Outdoor dining and a built-in seating area overlooking Galley Bay on the West side of the villa provides the perfect place for evening cocktails and dinner alfresco.
The principal bedroom is spacious with an adjacent tv zone, en-suite bathroom, walk-in robe and large terrace. Nearby are two bedrooms family style, generously sized with a separate shared bathroom as well as a shared lounge overlooking Deep Bay. Two further large high ceiling en-suite bedrooms with walk-in robes and balconies on the West side of the home offer equally wonderful views of Galley Bay.
Moving downstairs, the home offers a further en-suite bedroom with walk-in robe and terrace. Additionally, the seventh bedroom with en-suite shower-room and movie room can be annexed as a separate apartment for staff. A fully equipped gym with Technogym equipment and a large airy laundry are also on this floor.
For those seeking a large ocean fronted, private and secure property with spectacular ocean views, private tennis court and resort-like feel, Villa Kathleen is a magnificent home.
Located in the prestigious and private Galley Bay Heights.
Galley Bay Heights hosts an abundance of hidden and dramatic cliff-side retreats, which are carefully scattered and lost amongst the picturesque landscapes and all over-looking the Caribbean Sea. Please ask for more details on what we have available as some of these properties are so exclusive that we are unable to list them on our website due to owners request.
Galley Bay Heights boasts 23 luxury villas with 8 plots still available to be developed.
Its only 4 miles from the bustling capital city of St. John’s, and 20 minutes from VC Bird International airport.
Galley Bay has access to the most secluded yet stunning beaches in Antigua; Galley Bay beach, Shell Beach and Deep Bay beach. You are also a short boat ride from Royal Beach in Deep Bay
Neighbouring Galley Bay is the prestigious 5 star Galley Bay Resort Hotel, for a small premium and subject to availability the hotel offers, superb bars, restaurants, a gymnasium and water sports.
**Deep Bay Wreck & Fort Barrington**
Deep Bay is an arched beach that’s great for a swim. It is the perfect spot to spend a relaxing day on the beach. If you are on a boat this is a perfect bay to throw your anchor as it is well protected from the rough seas.
This is also a great beach for snorkeling – a wreck lies in the middle of the bay, the Andes, a barque from Trinidad that sank nearly 100 years ago when its cargo of pitch caught fire. Its mast pokes out of the water at times and you can snorkel round it pretty easily.
You can take a short 10 minutes hike to Fort Barrington that sits on the northern end of the bay. The fort used to protect the southern approach into St. John’s. The fortifications that you see today date back to about 1779.