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A home is where you can freely express yourself, and your sense of style. Whether you prefer vibrantly-hued modern artwork or shabby-chic, locally-crafted furnishings, these boutiques and showrooms in and around Turks & Caicos are certain to have something that appeals to your distinct taste. 

Making Waves Art Gallery
Bring a bit of island beauty into your home with a painting from Sara Alexandra Skye. The local artist creates colorful wall art inspired by Turks & Caicos’ white sand beaches—in particular, Grace Bay, where her gallery is located. Be sure to check out Sara’s geode objets d’art as well, each is a mesmerizing, glittery blend of color and texture. 

Finishing Touch
Specializing in interior design, Grace Bay’s Finishing Touch is known for combining

From the picturesque hills of Montecito to the pristine beaches of Punta Mita, here are seven of the poshest properties available for lease right now. 

1020 PALISADES BEACH ROAD - A comfortably contemporary home with an Old Hollywood pedigree, this six-bedroom, seven-bath estate was originally built in 1928 for silent film star Norma Talmadge and was a hangout for the industry elite. While it retains the style, materials, elegance and ambiance of Hollywood’s Golden Age, the home—represented by Santiago Arana—has been tastefully updated for today’s casual resort lifestyle. Plus, the entire home has been redesigned to maximize the sweeping views that span the entire Santa Monica Bay.

350 ORTEGA RIDGE ROAD - Experience Montecito living at its finest in

Ian Hurdle, managing partner of The Agency’s Turks & Caicos office, has broken yet another real estate record —this time, selling Triton Luxury Villa - 203 Long Bay Beach Drive for $11.5 million, making it Long Bay’s highest ever property sale and the highest sale on the scenic 17-mile-long island of Providenciales since 2015. Ian brokered both sides of the marquee deal for the seven-bedroom, six-bath, 12,757-square-foot home, fondly known as Triton Villa, which was also the seventh-largest recorded sale in the history of Providenciales and Ian’s second record sale in two years—he previously sold the Ron Shaw-designed Mothershouse on Provo’s Cherokee Road in 2017 for $7.625 million.

Triton Luxury Villa offers the utmost privacy, located on two lush

The Agency is pleased to announce the sale of 24 Cherokee Road for $7.625 million—the highest-priced residential sale in Turks and Caicos this year to date.

Listed by Ian Hurdle, who represented both the buyer and seller, the 7,649-square-foot villa, located on Providenciales, offers unrivaled views of the entire Grace Bay Beach coastline, with some of the island’s best snorkeling right off its doorstep. 

Affectionately known as Mothershouse, the villa was designed by award-winning architect Ron Shaw, and features seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a triple-edge infinity pool and expansive yoga deck ideal for hosting beachside soirées.

Among the first of the new generation of luxury vacation villa rentals to have cropped up on the coveted


With nearly perfect weather and pristine beaches that showcase turquoise waters and white sands, Turks and Caicos is one of the most exotic vacation spots in the Caribbean. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or a lively adventure, Turks and Caicos has something for everyone. Here’s The Agency’s guide to where to eat, sleep, relax, explore and live in Turks and Caicos.

SLEEP IN LUXURY → Book a stay at Gansevoort Turks and Caicos. This plush beachfront hotel is a boutique-style property perched on the white sands of Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales and includes every luxury that’s needed for a relaxing stay. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with cocktails before being escorted to their chic guestrooms. Wake up to ocean views—which come

White sand beaches. Crystal clear waters. Exquisite coral reefs. And puppies!?!? Just when we thought Turks and Caicos couldn’t possibly get any dreamier, we discovered Potcake Place, a volunteer-run organization that rescues stray Potcake pups and offers canine-friendly vacationers a little oceanside cuddle time. 

Located in Grace Bay on the north shore of Providenciales (also known as the world’s best beach), the organization fosters an average of 50 Potcakes at a time, all eagerly awaiting forever homes. Typically a mix of Labrador, German Shepherd, and Fox Hound Terrier, the cuddly canines take their name from the leftover grub locals would feed them from the bottom of their cooking pots... and they’re just about the cutest things we’ve ever