The English owners, who are in love with Antigua and the natural beauty of the island, decided to escape from the greyness of England. Their love of oriental culture had a big influence on their architectural choices, in particular, the massive use of wood, the exteriors and the choice of the roof truss. The villa has one of the most beautiful views of the island, which overlooks Galley Bay on one side and Deep Bay on the other.
The external veranda area is covered with Brasilia Cumaru, which includes the bar area and the area surrounding the swimming pool. The Jaccuzzi represents the central area of the house, where the owners spend most of their time during the day.
This cozy external area, with its architectural solutions and use of warm materials, has completely revolutionized the owner’s lifestyle.
From the external back court, it is possible to access the living area by the main door and upon entering; you have an expansive view of the living area, the external veranda and Galley Bay. The kitchen looks towards the exterior through the sliding glass doors, creating an area easily converted into an open space, which is directly connected to the external bar.
The interior floor is of cream coloured porcelain ceramic, which is Cotto D’Este, except for that of the parquet manor room, while the exterior is covered in Cumaro. The kitchen is Dada, while the furniture are Cassina and B&B.