A seven acre compound developed as an extension of The Sanctuary, the private island retreat of fashion designer Donna Karan, is on the market for an asking price of $39 million. The exclusive property is located on Parrot Cay which is one of the most secluded and exclusive resort islands in the Caribbean. The listing is being handled by Christie’s International Real Estate and Rick Moeser, their Senior Vice President is promoting it globally. A property of this size and scope rarely comes to the market in the region. The privacy it offers and the resort style features are a bonus.
The compound faces the ocean and boasts of powder soft sands and turquoise waters in front. The compound is surrounded by lush vegetation and offers panoramic views of the surrounding islands. The compound features two four bedroom villas boasting of three bedroom suites and a master bedroom on the second floor. Both the villas have their own infinity edge pool. Designed by Singapore-based architect Cheong Yew Kuan, the villas boast of a chef’s kitchen and yoga studio. New York’s Bonetti/Kozerski Studio has built the structures and done the interiors. They have gone to great lengths to give it the exclusive and luxurious look and feel. It has cedar and coral stone walls, European walnut floors, lightly filled raw travertine baths, teak furniture and eclectic works of art from Bali to Africa.
This is an unusual property which will not only serve as a destination for family and friends but has the potential to restore wellness of residents and guests. Even a short stay on the property is sure to restore your balance and tranquility. Katherine Baryluk of Regency, an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, is also associated with the listing. She believes that this property located on the western shores of Parrot Cay is the ultimate sanctuary and is sure to appeal to even the most discerning buyers. Its tranquil setting and impressive scale is rare and very difficult to replicate.