Caribbean-based real estate agent and Haute Residence member Ian Hurdle just sold over $10 million in two prime oceanfront estates on the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Owner of The Agency’s Turks and Caicos office, Hurdle clinched a $2.6 million deal on a stunning residence of over 4,500sq feet that sprawls along a scenic road, twisting around the Providenciales Island. Rendered in the British West Indies Colonial style with a large wrap-around veranda, the Jasper House lies only 400 feet from the tranquil Sapodilla Beach.
One of the few villas on the island with a boat deck right in front of them, the solid-concrete home features two master suites with ensuite baths, a third bedroom, an open-concept living and dining space with an adjustment kitchen as well as a mezzanine that can double as an office.
Some 5 miles northeast of the Jasper House, on the other side of the island, is the so called “Motherhouse” that fetched close to $8 million. Designed by award-winning architect Ron Shaw, the estate blends a Hollywood Hills aesthetic with a beach-y Caribbean vibe. A luxurious vacation rental that flaunts nightly rates of $3,500, the property consists of seven bedrooms that can accommodate up to 24 people. With stunning panoramic vistas of the Grace Bay shoreline, which offers prime snorkeling opportunities, the Motherhouse is flanked by lots that invite recreational development.
Ian Hurdle is the exclusive agent representing the Turks and Caicos real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.
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