Amandara’s elegant gate opens to a long drive meandering past tropical plantings and decorative grasses. Arriving in the spacious courtyard, the minimalist facade and dramatic entrance dazzles with its stylish mix of exotic materials that continue into the interiors; soft cream travertine, dark woods, and glass are used to perfection. Through solid glass doors, the stunning view greets you. Inside, panoramic vistas span the great room like a master painting. The turquoise mosaic lined infinity pool creates a seamless visual transition from the interiors out to the sapphire sea, green mountains, Baie Rouge Beach, and onto Marigot, Pic Paradis, and the edge of Grand Case. It is a perfect place to watch the ever-changing tropical sky.
The spacious terrace, with covered and open spaces, extends the length of the villa. It is filled with private spots and gathering areas for lounging, sunning, and dining. Indonesian river pebbles are creatively used to define spaces. Beautiful teak pergolas balance the terrace. For a quiet escape, a Thai pavilion is in the lower garden.
The interiors take full advantage of the view and outdoors. The great room is open and airy with a unique beamed ceiling, more like art than architecture. It is a stylish space with sleek contemporary lines blended with exotic touches; teak and rattan furniture are adorned with neutral fabrics and interesting art and decor. The interior layout makes this villa perfect for multi-generational families. The expansive great room seamlessly blends the lounging and dining areas with a beautiful modern kitchen in elegant woods, upscale appliances, and a view.
Four bedrooms, two masters and two smaller rooms, are all under one roof, each with a brilliant view and serene decor in white with gentle pops of color. The en-suite bathrooms exude a beautiful spa style attitude. The two masters have fabulous outdoor showers and tubes open to the sky. The fifth bedroom is a huge apartment on the lower level with an interior and exterior entrance plus a kitchenette and large private terrace.
The villa has a large games room on the lower level with a foosball and ping pong table and a bar that has views into the swimming pool. The property also has a volleyball and bocce court.
You are secluded, yet close to amenities. The fabulous restaurants and food purveyors in Porto Cupecoy are a few minutes’ drive. You are 8 minutes to the French capital of Marigot, with its shops, restaurants, markets, and galleries, and 10 minutes to the airport. Grand Case and Philipsburg are 30 minutes away.