Perched on the north-east corner of Virgin Gorda, overlooking a crescent-shaped beach, Oil Nut Bay is the BVI’s answer to full-amenity luxury island living. Only accessible by helicopter or yacht, the palm-tree-strewn peninsula is home to private villas, a full-service marina, tennis courts and a beach club. The six-bedroom Nonamé sits at the centre of this exclusive enclave, just a stone’s throw away from the island’s beach club and wellness centre.
“Nonamé’s unrivalled location within the heart of the BVI’s luxury resort community makes it stand out,” says Oil Nut Bay real estate manager Scarlett Steer. “The resort community offers homeowners effortless access to world-class dining and amenities, as well as the freedom to explore the surrounding islands and waters.”
Set on the beachfront, the single-storey property has six double bedrooms with walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms. The master suite can be locked off and kept separate but elsewhere the design focuses on communal spaces. At its centre is an open-plan living and dining room with vaulted ceilings that opens out onto an outdoor entertaining and dining space. A family-style kitchen connects to this area and there is also a private chef’s kitchen for more formal occasions. The custom-furnished home has a bright beach aesthetic, with blue textiles and artworks adding pops of colour. Floor-to-ceiling windows help to draw the eye to the landscaped courtyard and infinity pool, manicured lawn and the powdery white sand beach beyond.
Ideal for yacht owners, the property comes with a nine-metre tender slip in Oil Nut Bay Marina, which also has its own village with shopping, provisioning, a coffee shop and an overwater restaurant. It’s the perfect gateway for day trips to discover the secret bays, dive sites and island bars that this corner of the Caribbean is world-famous for.
Nonamé is for sale with Oil Nut Bay, asking $29,500,000.