By the Caribbean Journal staff
In one of the biggest real estate listings in the Caribbean in years, a beachfront estate at Turks and Caicos’ tony Parrot Cay private island has hit the market for $33 million.
And you may be familiar with the owner: Hollywood star Bruce Willis.
It’s simply called “The Residence,” and the 11-bedroom, 13.5-bathroom property is one of the most impressive in the Caribbean, with 18,000 square feet of interior space and 7.37 acres of land.
It spans three separate villas, along with four pools, a standalone yoga pavilion, a playground complex built to resemble a pirate ship and a spectacular private beach.
The Residence, which Willis first built in 2004, is set in what is one of the most exclusive enclaves in the Caribbean, home to celebrities like Donna Karan and, of course, the plum Como Parrot Cay resort.
The two-level main house, which underwent a full redesign last year, has more than 11,000 square feet of living space, while the second level has a master suite that spans the entire floor.
And then there are the amenities: COMO’s Private Estates management provides just about everything for owners, from personal butler service to housekeeping and property management.
The party piece, though, is the private beach, with more than 1,100 feet of pure, unadulterated, pristine white sand.
It all adds up to a prime luxury destination in one of the region’s most sought-after communities.
It’s listed with Turks and Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty’s Nina Sigenthaler and Joe Zahm.
For more, visit The Residence.