- Listing Type: Luxury Villa
- Location: Galley Bay Heights
- Rental Period: per month
- Approx sqft: 7,000sqft
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 7
- Age: 3
- Views: Deep Bay & Caribbean Sea
*LONG TERM RENTAL OPTION* (based on availability)
FROM USD $25,000.00 per month inclusive of Cable, Internet, Water, Gardener, Pool Servicing and Maid Service 5x per week. Tenant to pay Electricity Charges.
The property is being rented fully furnished.
Villa Champagne sits with splendor at Galley Bay Heights, overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
This stunning villa spreads over 7000 sq. ft. of living & entertaining space and consists of two wings connected by shaded verandas and stairs – from every viewpoint of the villa you can enjoy spectacular views of the ocean and of the mature garden. The predominant white colour of the floors, walls and furniture gives an almost surreal feeling creating a striking contrast with the surrounding tropical colours of the sky, sea and lush garden. The furnishings represent the best of Italian design.
The 1st wing includes the living & dining area, the kitchen and the master bedroom on the first floor and the fully equipped gym and television room on ground floor. The common areas have an open style concept. Here you find the living area, the dining area and the modern kitchen. The dining area has a lovely round table with 8 chairs. The fully equipped Italian style kitchen is fitted with all stainless steel appliances. An island in white granite top sits at one edge of the kitchen with five high chairs.
On this same floor you will find the elegant Master Bedroom fitted with king size bed, a flat screen TV. The bathroom has double raised vanities, walk-in shower, bath tub and an enormous mirror. This master suite has private access to the pool and breathtaking sea views. On the downstairs floor of this same unit, following outdoor steps, you will be right on the fully equipped gym and, nearby, the television room. The gym is fully equipped with treadmill, weight system, free weights and AB crunch machine, this area is fitted with A/C & fan. The lounge area or TV room is very spacious and is fitted with a large end to end brilliant orange sofa, wooden centre table & TV with cable.
The 2nd wing of the villa houses 4 superb en-suite bedrooms with private bathroom, two of them are allocated on the 1st level; the other two are allocated on the lower level. All of them have a king size bed, modern furnishing, ceiling fans, A/C and their own access to the external verandas. Just off the kitchen and the common area on the main level of the villa are the infinity pool, shaded veranda and pool deck, and an outdoor kitchen/BBQ area. Here outdoor sofas, lamps, chairs, dinner table are placed solely for your comfort.
*Please not that the last two weeks in December are considered peak weeks which carry a rate of US$3,500.00 per night.
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 snorkelling – 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 abot 1779.