On the island of Mustique, the most expensive property in the Caribbean is being sold which extends over a 17-acre plot and includes nine buildings with three swimming pools and breathtaking views.
Mick Jagger and Tommy Hilfiger are just a few notables who have homes on the Isle of Mustique. This is where the most expensive property in the Caribbean is sold. It’s called The Terraces and is a sumptuous estate that extends over 17 acres and includes nine buildings with a total of 13 bedrooms, a 24-metre swimming pool and the best entertainment spaces on the island.
The view from the Terraces in Mustique
The island of Mustique until 1958 was a Caribbean paradise without roads or running water. After Lord Glenconner, Colin Tennant bought the island for £45,000, Mustique has become one of the most exclusive and expensive destinations in the world. Seven reception rooms, a chapel and a cottage with private swimming pool, tunnels connecting the various buildings, games and events rooms, a floodlit tennis court and a third swimming pool with an infinity edge from which to enjoy a breathtaking view of the landscape. The compound includes nearly 53,000 square feet of the main house plus covered outdoor areas.
The main pool
Inspired by the architecture of Palladio, The Terraces is in Venetian style. The property is located on a hill and is designed in panoramic terraces with fountains and pools worthy of the largest 16th century palaces in Italy. The estate was put up for sale for $200 million and is the most expensive property ever to hit the Caribbean real estate market.
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The interior of the main building
The villa with precious and princely interiors and unique panoramic views, is located in Mustique, in the southern Caribbean country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The area is frequented by many celebrities who holiday here such as George Clooney and Kate Middleton and many more.
The estate in Mustique