This uniquely designed hilltop Indigo Plantation Home features three bedrooms, three and a half baths, tropical outside showers and spacious rooms that offer spectacular moonset and sunset views over the...
This uniquely designed hilltop Indigo Plantation Home features three bedrooms, three and a half baths, tropical outside showers and spacious rooms that offer spectacular moonset and sunset views over the undeveloped landscapes of Little Camanoe, Tortola and Guana Islands.
Mature tropical forest trees surround this rambling styled lodge which has proven itself to be engineered to resist even the strongest of hurricane-force winds of Irma in 2017. While other homes lost their roofs and really took a beating, Indigo Plantation House stood unwavering with its amazing concrete and steel structures, its South American hardwoods and heavy gauged galvanized roof.
This breezy ridge top home was designed by architect, John Malick and engineered by Ricky Dawson; who both ensured that the home was built to Florida Dade Country Building Code’s, which nowadays subsequent buyers would treasure when purchasing their retirement Caribbean home.
Lovely breezes continually wind their way through each well-ventilated rooms designed intentionally with large screened windows and doors that help to bring the outside in. Every homeowner within the Indigo Plantation Estate owns a private dock in the well-protected marina below. Tennis courts, haul out storage facilities, restroom, small library/meeting room, freshwater cisterns, davits to pull a boat out, boat ramp and three communal beaches are all part of the offer in this incredible outer island retreat.
The Gardens have great soil and natural stones with mature trees and the view from the deck can be as far as St Croix on clear days.
All bathrooms offer sophisticated copper finishes and outdoor showers. The large master bedroom is upstairs with oversized closets, a large bath, and an outside shower which also offer incredible views. Private island living, yet this home is only minutes from the International Airport via a small boat to Trellis Bay, where one can also provision before arriving. The playground for water sports enthusiast speaks for itself and those who love to dine out will find it centrally located with Scrub Island, Marina Cay, Trellis Bay, and East End as dining options because they are all within just a few minutes from the protected Marina.
Big Fans are in most rooms designed to keep the home cool and bug-free, while the master bedroom is air-conditioned.
The boating playground around Great Camonoe is amazing. It’s about a 20-30 minute boat ride to Cooper, The Baths, Anegada, Jost and Norman islands and the Indians for beach bars and snorkeling outings. Kayaks are stored down in the boat basin, along with the snorkel and dive gear. The current owners also offer a Hobie Wave vessel down in the Boat Basin that loves to cruise around the surrounding islands. Indigo Plantation House remains a perfect spot for a locally made brew, a BBQ and a good laugh with warm friends in one of Nature’s Little Secrets.