Stunning Carribean Greathouse built in 2006

Stunning Carribean Greathouse built in 2006

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December 2012

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
5 Bathrooms

About our home

Built in 2006, featured in Coastal Living, photographed by Architectural Digest, 4 spacious A/C ensuite bedrooms, decorated by renowned designer, beautiful antiques and artwork throughout, separate adjoining Guesthouse with additional living room, al fresco dining for up to 20 on covered verandas, 7,000 square feet of covered living space, 40-foot pool, premiere gated community, house manager on call 24/7. Abuts Buccaneer Hotel and Resort's beaches, golf, tennis, restaurants, spa, jogging trails. Spectacular home, see


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More about us

  1. Retired couple living in Essex, CT, St Croix is our second beloved home

  2. Tod is a retired investment banker, Pam is an interior designer

  3. Architect father and interior magazine background, love travel, beautiful houses

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Kendricks for Caribbean charm in ouside courtyard in Christiansted, Galangal for Asian sophistication in beautiful surroundings, Duggans for informal beachside dining
Retail therapy
All the boutiques and art galleries in Christainsted
Bit of culture
Whim Plantation, rainforest, St. Georges Botanical Gardens, Danish architecture of Christiansted, St. Croix Landmarks Society houses
Walks in the park
2-3 miles of walking or jogging along the sea and through the golf course
Day tripping
all over the island, east to west...

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