Sitting on approximately 8 acres of land on Shaddick Point, right at the end of a salient on the southern coast, the Anguilla International Yacht Club comprises 17 concrete structures with roughly 100,000 sqf of covered areas, decks and pools spread across seven villas and a solid concrete pier overlooking the calm waters of Rendezvous Bay.
The privileged location, with south- and west-facing views over the neighbouring islands (St Martin, St Barth, Saba, Flat Island) and Anguilla’s coastline, guarantees total privacy, while the fact that as much as half of the land remains untouched affords flexibility for further development.
Out of the 17 concrete structures in the compound 7 are villas of varying sizes, layouts and configurations which combine to create a colony of lodgings with a grand old feel to them. Peppering the area known as Lover’s Point, the yacht club villas range from the 3-storey high Caribera, an 8-bed chateau with more than 10,000sqft of living spaces, to the labyrinthine RosaMaris, which boasts as many as 15 different living quarters, the cosy Ananke, a 2-bedroom suite, the self-contained Jemanja, with its huge ballroom and three BnB rooms, to the vast 9-bedroom Papagallo, all laid out on a single level.
Built over more than 10 years after the turn of the millennium, the complex is completely unique in Anguilla, not just due to the organic way in which it expanded but also as a consequence of the unusual and deliberately asymmetric design of the buildings. Fully owned by a single proprietor and free of charges, the Yacht Club could be purchased outright, split into segments or acquired in stages.
- 100000 sq ft of built living space
- 17 concrete structures
- 360-degrees views
- 49 rooms
- 5 pools
- 7 concrete villas
- Access to small beach
- Acreage: ~8 acres
- Concrete pier with multiple moorings
- Sea frontage: ~500m
- Stunning views
- Unique layout and decoration
- Year built: 2000 to 2013