By the Caribbean Journal staff
Turks and Caicos will soon be home to a new luxury villa resort from the Beach Enclave brand.
The new Beach Enclave Grace Bay will be home to a collection of 10 beachfront and ocean view villas on a 10-acre site.
The property will debut in 2020, with rentals launching in November 2020, according to a spokesperson for the project.
The villas will be a mix of four beachfront villas and six oceanview villas, with the four beachfront villas boasting 100 feet of beachfront.
All of the villas will come with resort amenities and service, from Beach Enclave’s butler service to an on-hand private chef.
Amenities will include a fitness center, a tennis court, a bocce court, a basketball court and a beachfront yoga deck, along with a kids; area and outdoor jungle gym.
The Beach Enclave brand now includes three real estate-hotel developments across Providenciales, with the Grace Bay project joining Beach Enclave North Shore and Beach Enclave Long Bay.
The latter is expanding with new residences set to debut in 2021.
Beach Enclave Grace Bay first broke ground in February of last year.
It will add to Turks and Caicos’ impressive portfolio of residential resort properties, most of which are set on Grace Bay or Long Bay beach, the latter home to what has become arguably the preeminent residential resort in the Caribbean, Hartling Group’s Shore Club.
For more on the new project, visit Beach Enclave.