Anguilla’s Altamer Resort Unveils Blue Diamond Villa

New York real estate Francis Greenburger of Times Equities Inc. (TEI) recently announced the completion of the Blue Diamond villa at Altamer resort in Anguilla’s West End. 

The 13,000-square-foot oceanfront villa was designed by Linda Warren of Linda Warren Associates, the designer behind the resort’s Antilles Pearl villa, as well as the first phase of Cap Juluca and the Cerulean Villa. 

This announcement follows the completion of the Antilles Pearl villa and the announcement of the mega-yacht marina complex with mixed-use upland development slated at the resort.
 
Warren utilized her years of Caribbean design experience to craft the Blue Diamond’s new contemporary look. 

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The villa’s spaces were rearranged to create an airy atmosphere and fresh elements containing different textures and pops of color were integrated including hand-made clay pots from Mexico; solid, tropical wooden furniture that is Caribbean climate-friendly; resin side tables designed by Frank Gehry in vibrant hot pink, blue and white tones; and decorative pieces from RHModern. On the second level, an entertainment and media room was created for families and guests to enjoy.

Additionally, the Blue Diamond’s outdoor pool and patio spaces were reconfigured to include a covered area with an overhang, dining table and indoor/outdoor furniture for guests to keep out of the sun or host sunset dinners.
 
Another key update at Altamer includes an upcoming renovation of the property’s former restaurant space into a fourth villa. Construction will be underway soon.

Visit www.altamer.com

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