Four Seasons Private Residences Seychelles offers the largest freehold plots for sale of any luxury resort development with each villa standing in an acre of lush tropical vegetation overlooking the Indian Ocean and one of the world’s finest beaches. The location is set in a hurricane-free zone, combine to make it absolutely perfect for those seeking a holiday home in paradise. Four Seasons Private Residences Seychelles offer the largest plots by far of any 5 star resort development. Each villa blends seamlessly with lush vegetation and the natural contours of the coastline, offering the ultimate in barefoot luxury.
Award-winning architect Cheong Yew Kuan has created a highly individual design, by “wrapping” each residence around the rocky landscape, with a series of living spaces, over different levels. Spacious terraces overlook the ocean and tropical jungle, providing extensive outdoor living areas and there are large verandas that open onto wide decks, framing infinity pools. For pure indulgence, contemplation and the ultimate relaxation, owners can retreat to the Spa, set high above the resort. There is also individual treatment areas created along the hillside, the setting is secluded, uplifting and designed to restore the mind and spirit.
Each villa can reflect the personal preferences of the owner, from favorite food and wine, to music, magazines and books. The 24 hour concierge team will assist with spa or dinner reservations, or arrange snorkeling, diving trips, sailing and deep sea fishing excursions. Private dining in the villa can be arranged, from a large party to an intimate dinner for two, with chefs using the finest locally sourced and international ingredients. The remoteness of Seychelles has preserved it as one of the most unspoilt archipelagos on earth.
The villas are freehold and prices start from $7 million. For more information on Four Seasons Private Residences Seychelles, please call Hamptons International +44 (0)20 7758 8447 or email email@example.com or visit Seychelles Private Residences