St. Barth Properties Introduces Villa ELA, a Rare Beach-Front Gem

Villa ELA

St. Barth Properties introduces Villa ELA, a new addition to St. Barth Properties‘ ever-expanding portfolio. This exquisite villa compound is one of those rare St. Barth-gems located directly on Flamands, one of the island’s most popular beaches. This villa is the perfect winter getaway for family or group of friends, with eight en suite bedrooms housed in two separate bungalows.

Rates at Villa ELA start at $38,000* per week during value season and at $40,000* per week during the high season.

The main house’s open floor plan includes a kitchen, dining area, and a chic, comfortably furnished air-conditioned living room. With its dark woods and white palette, the décor embodies a casually-elegant beach vibe. The living area opens to the deck and panoramic views of the sea. An expansive two-tiered wooden deck provides a wealth of outdoor living space plus remote-controlled awnings. Guests can enjoy an over-sized pool, outdoor shower, tennis court and a wet bar ideal for entertaining.

The master suite has a mahogany four-poster king bed and a sumptuous bath with sunken tub, which occupies the second floor of the primary bungalow. A guest bedroom is adjacent and two additional bedrooms are located lower-level. Of these three bedrooms, two have four-poster French king beds and one is furnished with twin beds. All boast ocean views and the soothing, magical sound of the surf. A two-storied guest bungalow offers garden views and four en suite bedrooms (three have French king beds and one a standard king), which make it ideal for families with younger children. The bungalow also has its own air-conditioned living area and a kitchenette.

Highlights of Villa ELA:

  • Direct access to beautiful Flamands Beach and views of the sea throughout the estate;
  • Over-sized pool, tennis court and expansive outdoor living areas;
  • Walking distance to beachfront restaurants and shops;
  • Eight en-suite bedrooms in two bungalows.

*Value season runs from April 16 – December 14 and high season runs from December 15 to April 15, annually.

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