St. Barth Properties Adds Two New Villas to Portfolio

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St. Barth Properties is introducing two new villas to its expanding portfolio: Villa Shadowfax and Villa La Lune.

Villa Shadowfax, located in Flamands, is a new three-bedroom villa with views of the sea and neighboring islands. The villa contains two French king bedrooms and a third with twin beds, with the ability to be converted into a king size. Other amenities include a summer-white kitchen, a covered al fresco dining room, a deck with both glass and screened sliders and a long, heated infinity pool. Villa Shadowfax is also located in close proximity to town, local bakery La Petite Colombe and Flamands Beach.

Rates for Villa Shadowfax start at $5,070 for a week of one bedroom use during the low season.


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Villa La Lune can be found in Pointe Milou with a three-sided view of the sea. A two-bedroom villa, La Lune offers two equally-sized, air conditioned master suites, complete with king beds, private baths and decks with glass sliders. On the main level guests will find a furnished and air conditioned living room, and above the main level perched on the second floor are the kitchen and adjacent dining area, which open into a shaded porch and furnished sunroom. All doors and windows at Villa La Lune are screened, providing the option of enjoying breezes and ocean sounds from within the comforts of the villa.

Rates for Villa La Lune start at $8,070 for use of one bedroom per week during the low season.

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