On the beautiful east coast of Antigua in the sunny eastern Caribbean, international property developer Elmsbridge and purveyor of world-class retreat properties World of Indulgence are building a resort property perched on a bluff overlooking the azure waters of Nonsuch Bay called Villa Moonridge.
A combination of inspired architectural design with top finishes and materials, this ultimate tropical vacation home boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a collection of indoor and outdoor spaces that demand you relax in them
The best of local materials and experienced craftmanship mixed with imported cloths and fabrics, the furnishings and...
The lower floor includes a generator room, garage, storage, 2 cisterns and a games room. While the upper level is fully focused on the living spaces, including a wonderful open layout showcasing the bedrooms, bathrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, entertainment room, terrace, multiple balconies, infinity pool, outdoor bar, outdoor dining area
With Villa Moonridge set inside the existing luxury resort also called ‘Nonsuch Bay’, the current owner community of successful fun seekers from North America and Western Europe enjoy two international restaurants including the famous Asian-infusion dining experience ‘Rokuni’. With a private white sandy beach, a boating marina, and a kite surfing academy – the resort offers numerous outdoor pursuits, butperhaps the best of these is exploring the white sandy islands that dot around thecoastline and visible from the bluff on which Villa Moonridge sits.
Outside of Nonsuch Bay and a lovely twenty minute drive away is Antigua’s chic south coast, home to the world’s most expensive yachts and the internationally renowned English Harbour – where you can find some of the best European restaurants in the Eastern Caribbean. Antigua as a destination offers a different white sandy beach for each day of the year, and with multiple golf courses and the largest man-made marina in the West Indies on its west coast, there is something for everyone in this tropical paradise – which may be the reason the twin-island country of Antigua & Barbuda is increasingly home to the world’s elite.
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