Turks & Caicos

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Exquisite amenities, incredible locations and award-winning, five-star service—it’s no wonder hotel-branded residences are continuing their rise in prominence and popularity. The Sunday Times recently reported that there are presently more than 400 branded residential offerings across the globe, the majority of which are hotel branded—and this sector of the market shows no sign of slowing. 

These residences offer top-tier services coupled with their hotel or resort brand’s prestige, appealing to jet-setting buyers and renters willing to pay a premium for a turnkey lifestyle without the hassle of a private property. Additionally, the residences often align with luxury brands that buyers recognize, instilling confidence in the level of service and


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


With Lobster Season now underway, it’s time to decide where to get your lobster fix on Providenciales, Grand Turk or the Sister Islands of North and Middle Caicos.

Grand Turk

Sandbar Restaurant – The quintessential beach bar, located on Governor’s Beach just off Front Street Sandbar, is the perfect location for a lazy afternoon lunch—just be sure to stick around for sunset and the famed “green flash.” The quality of the food is indisputable and draws all manner of patrons, from sandal-wearing tourists to well-healed attorneys on break from the nearby Supreme Court, everyone’s a fan of Sandbar. 
Must-Try – Lobster Curry

Guanahani Restaurant & Bar - Outdoor dining with the sound of the waves on Pillory Beach to keep you company, what more could you want?


A record-breaking sale, new developments unveiled, exclusive listings hitting the market—Q2 2019 brought the excitement to Turks & Caicos. 

Beautiful beaches, close proximity to the United States and Canada and the convenience of no currency controls continue to make visiting and purchasing in Turks & Caicos an appealing option for those seeking relaxed luxury a short distance from home.

Check out OneNine Longbay’s new collection of luxury villas, discover which recent sale shattered local records and enjoy an up-close look at the single-family home, condominium and vacant land markets in this detailed Q2 report from The Agency Turks & Caicos.

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Nothing can quite compare to a Turks & Caicos wedding, with white sand beaches, turquoise waters and magnificent sunsets serving as the ultimate picture-worthy backdrop. Below, we spotlight four of our favorite venues for unforgettable seaside weddings. 

Wymara Resort and Villas - Situated along Provo’s Grace Bay Beach, Wymara Turks + Caicos offers stunning venues to suit weddings, large and small. Take your vows with toes in the sand, under a flower-laden archway by the sea. Then, stroll over to Zest Beach Bar + Grill, which features one area for cocktails (up to 100 guests) and another for sit-down dining (up to 40 guests). Overlooking the pool and gardens, Stelle Restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating for an intimate private event, or can

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



It was the sunshine and sea breezes that drew you to Turks & Caicos, where connecting with the outdoors is at the forefront of everyday life?  To help inspire your connection with nature, here are four ways to best utilize your outdoor space, plus some truly amazing inspo from some of the area’s most incredible properties. 

Build a Floating Sun Deck - A dreamy, over-water sun deck will add usable square-footage to any waterfront home—use Wymara Villa 5107’s multi-purpose design for inspiration. This kind of deck can function as a dining terrace or serve as an open-air reading nook, or a romantic spot to share morning coffees and evening cocktails. 

Add a Pool (or Three) - Take a page out of 233 Long Bay Beach Club’s book— the home’s resort-style grounds


The Turks & Caicos Islands, where the crystal clear tranquil waters gently lap the shore, the white sand beaches stretch on for miles and the laid-back, island life always entices. Offering the chance to live steps from the water’s edge are these incredible residences now available for sale in some of the most coveted waterfront locales in the picturesque island archipelago.

TRITON LUXURY VILLA | PROVO - This magnificent seaside villa is aptly named for Triton, the mythological Greek god (known as the “Messenger of the Sea”), who legend has it, once graced the home’s breezy terraces with his presence. Nestled on the southern end of a three-mile stretch of pristine beach, without a hotel or development in sight, Triton offers the utmost serenity, situated


Summer in Turks & Caicos brings warm, ocean currents and endless sunshine to the island archipelago. Here are our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your summer in TCI.

EXPLORE HERE - Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales offers some of the best walk-in snorkeling in the Caribbean. Stroll in from the white-sand shores near the Coral Gardens resort to enjoy fantastic, knee-deep snorkeling at The Bight Reef. With summer water temps in the 80s, you can spend hours snorkeling with the tropical fish as they swim in and out of the reef’s many mini-caves. The area offers snorkeling for all ages and abilities, with waters ranging from 3 feet deep to 16 feet as you snorkel out toward the buoys on the outer edge of the area.

TEE OFF HERE - With


LIGHTEN UP HERE
- The only lighthouse in Turks & Caicos is the main historical attraction on Grand Turk, situated at the end of a scenic coastal path. Built in 1852, the landmark Grand Turk Lighthouse is no longer operational, but the gift shop, old light-keepers house and grounds are open to visitors, including the path along the top of the marine limestone cliffs. While visiting you may even catch a glimpse of the Turks & Caicos donkeys who can usually be found wandering this part of the island.

SWIM WITH STINGRAYS HERE - Located a short distance from Grand Turk, the small, seven-acre island of Gibbs Cay is also known as Stingray City. Visitors are welcomed by vast numbers of stingrays who appear whenever a boat arrives to interact freely with humans,