The first completed villa at St. Kitts’ new Ocean’s Edge Resort has just been handed over to its owners, marking the most recent accomplishment in the construction of this exciting luxury vacation home development.
Recognizing the importance of the occasion, Senator Ricky Skerritt, Minister of Tourism & International Transport, noted, “Ocean’s Edge remains on a path to become one of our island’s finest luxury vacation home developments. The delivery of its first villa represents another step forward in the continuing growth of St. Kitts’ tourism product, which is progressing steadily despite challenging global economic conditions.”
The 4,500 square foot luxury villa is set 180 feet above sea level and offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Royal St. Kitts golf Course and St. Kitts’ lush natural landscape. It features three bedrooms, three terraces, a guest house pavilion and a 25 foot long infinity edge swimming pool as well as top quality fixtures and fittings by premium branded manufacturers.
Ocean’s Edge is a vacation home development overlooking St. Kitts’ picturesque Frigate Bay. It covers 40 acres and is comprised of 190 condominiums including one-, two- and three-bedroom units in beachfront, poolside or hillside cottages. An additional 32 villa lots are available with the option for building a three- or four-bedroom villa. A variety of leisure and entertainment facilities are planned, including a fitness center, restaurant, pools, tennis courts and beautifully landscaped recreation spaces. Ocean’s Edge has been pre-approved for membership in St. Kitts’ Citizenship by Investment Program, which allows persons who make a minimum investment of $350,000 in an approved project to apply for citizenship in the Federation. It is also designed to meet the internationally recognized standards of the Green Globe 21 benchmarking program.
Located in the northern Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, St. Kitts offers a diverse tourism product developed from the destination’s natural beauty, cultural heritage and rich history. The island’s stunning variety of tourism attractions include hiking through the tropical rainforest, riding the Caribbean’s only scenic passenger railway, visiting the Caribelle Batik factory, touring Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and traditional vacation pastimes such as watersports, golf, shopping, tennis, gourmet dining, gaming at one of St. Kitts’ two casinos or simply relaxing on one of the island’s sandy beaches. Accommodations range from intimate plantation inns to larger hotels and resorts.