Posted on 18 Aug
Turks & Caicos continues to lure international buyers seeking space, privacy and the perks that come with life in the Caribbean archipelago. Fresh off the reopening of the Turks & Caicos border last month, Karaya Blue is unveiling a collection of six ultra-private villas situated beside 50 acres of lush, preserved open space in Long Bay, Providenciales. The contemporary villas are nestled on half-acre estates, boasting sustainable living and deeded access to the white sands and turquoise waters of Long Bay Beach, one of the world’s foremost kiteboarding destinations and among Condé Nast Traveler’s “Best Island Beaches in the World.” Envisioned as a sustainable, nature-inspired residential enclave, Karaya Blue’s villas feature fully integrated solar electrical systems with Tesla & Polaris energy storage and electric vehicle technologies.
“The debut of Karaya Blue to the global market couldn’t come at a better time with the recent reopening of our borders and the surge in real estate demand,” says Managing Director of The Agency Turks & Caicos Sean O’Neill, who represents Karaya Blue. “By combining sustainable technology and exceptional design, Karaya Blue appeals to savvy, forward-thinking luxury buyers seeking first or second homes in Turks & Caicos.”
The Villas feature two distinct and customizable floor plan styles, Sea Glass and Pavilion. Each design includes three bedrooms, three baths, seamless indoor-outdoor living and a private pool terrace, while the great room boasts an open chef’s kitchen, dining and living areas ideal for gathering and entertaining. Expansive windows and glass walls frame the lush and leafy views, while interiors showcase the finest design details, finishes and fixtures.
Karaya Blue partnered with RENU Energy TCI to provide Tesla Power Wall solar power systems to enhance energy efficiency and lower costs. Buyers will also receive a Polaris GEM electric vehicle for trips back and forth to the beach and around the island, with the option to upgrade to a Tesla Model 3. The villas also come with optional custom furniture packages by New York City-based interior design firm Orior Furniture and turnkey property management and villa rental services by leading TCI provider, TKCA Vacation Rentals. The residential offering is the latest from Latitude 22, an international boutique developer with an elite portfolio of projects across the Turks & Caicos Islands.
“The result of a storied collaboration between industry leaders in development, sustainable living, interior design and villa management, Karaya Blue sets itself apart in Turks & Caicos—not to mention the pristine nature and spectacular beaches located just beyond the front door,” adds Sean.
For more information on Karaya Blue, contact Sean O’Neill at Sean.O’[email protected] or 649.232.1316.