3 Bed Property for sale

Bequia, St Vincent and Grenadines

£389,023

 [$499,000]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3

Full Description


Moonhole Beachfront House
"Generation Gap”
Moonhole, Bequia
St.Vincent & the Grenadine Islands

Over 4,000 sq ft of Living Space

Rare Opportunity to purchase Beachfront Moonhole Villa
This is one of the largest and finest of the Moonhole properties.
In a sought after beachfront position Generation Gap has been built upon 3 storeys and has recently been upgraded and features a sun deck amidst the treetops, solar showers, solar lighting and direct access to the sandy beach below. Indigenous cedar and sea grape trees fringe the beach providing much needed shade from the Caribbean sun.

Build with Nature at its heart
The land was not cleared to build but the buildings woven into the natural elements of the location, rocks, trees, cliffs the properties represent Architecture in a discussion with the natural environment which in turn gives those lucky enough to stay here a sense of engagement with the natural surrounding.
Staying at Moonhole is a very satisfying and relaxing experience.

Sculptural Organic Forms
This unique community sculpted from the local stone and curved like the headland itself offers guests a unique home ownership experience. The architectural style, reminiscent of Gaudi's Barcelona curves blends beautifully into the natural landscape.
The twisted trunks of native trees incorporate their forms into this property through the arched windows that surround the property.

Recently Renovated - This was one of the original Moonhole houses
The location was irresistible and the property was built by the founder Tom Johnston.
As one of the largest of the houses amidst this unique community Generation Gap rises 80ft in the air from the waterfront and sleeps 6 in 3 distinctively different bedroom suites.

New York Times on Moonhole Community
”It is a quirky 19-home ecologically oriented development built of native stone, with whalebone accents, on the steep hills of the island's southern tip. The name comes from a soaring natural arch on the shore through which the moon can be seen at times. The whalebones, remnants of aboriginal whaling by the islanders, are big enough to work as elements like stair railings. The houses, which rely on solar electricity, rainwater and propane tanks, are mostly fanciful open-air affairs with lines blurred between indoors and out.”
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