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Posted by admin on August 01, 2013

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For the past 10 years, this 26-acre private estate on Eustatia Island in the BVI has been exclusively rented to wealthy individuals by request. Now, this spectacular, low-impact, island property is available for rental to a broader clientele

The reef-enclosed 30-acre island – situated near the North Sound of Virgin Gorda – includes three soft white sand beaches, gardens and mountain top viewing and lounging area with awe- inspiring, 360 degree vistas of pristine islands and open sea. Eustatia has one of the largest coconut palm plantations in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and is a naturally preserved habitat for a wide variety of birds, flowers, cacti, and succulents. The volcanic island can be explored along the carefully planned hiking trails while a gentle walk along the beaches and shoreline routinely produces a cornucopia of seashells, conch shells, sea glass, and coral. It is one of only a few private island properties available for rent in the Caribbean, and only one of three in the BVI.

The island shores are also home to rays, starfish, sea turtles, and a variety of reef fish. The calm waters off the beach are ideal for swimming and snorkeling expeditions over coral reefs around the island.

Free to roam
The rental provides exclusive use of the entire estate, which encompasses all but four leased acres on the western tip of the island and is inclusive of gourmet meals and watersports equipment. The estate is designed to luxuriously accommodate up to ten guests; six in the hilltop three-bedroom Villa Far Niente with pool and hot tub, and four in the two-bedroom beachfront Casa de Playa. Villa Far Niente offers spectacular 360 degree views, sunsets and sunrises, while Casa de Playa is located right on the beach a few feet away from the shoreline. A professional and discreet hospitality staff including personal chef address any guest needs.

Sustainability is a priority for the owner and it goes beyond the careful selection of furnishings from recycled or sustainable wood species from around the world: Eustatia is 100% powered by solar energy and the water supply is collected rain water filtered and purified for use throughout the island. Water from sinks and showers is recycled to irrigate the tropical gardens and dual water flush toilets help reduce consumption. An organic, on-site sewage treatment process helps further recycle water into the landscaping.

“This island rental opportunity is truly unique,” said Edward Childs of Smiths Gore, one of the BVI’s leading real estate agents, and representatives for the island. “Most islands in the Caribbean operate as small resorts whereas on Eustatia you have the island almost entirely to yourself.”