St. Barth Properties Adds Two Matching Villas to Its Portfolio

Villa Bleu

St. Barth Properties recently introduced a "matching pair" of six-bedroom villas to their expanding portfolio: Villa Aqua and Villa Bleu

Client can enjoy the multi-colored bay of Grand Cul de Sac and complementing extra-long infinity pools, with private beach access.

Rates for Villa Aqua and Villa Bleu start at $32,070 per week during value season and at $40,070 per week during the high season. As an added perk, clients at these villas will enjoy access and signing privileges at Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa during their stay. 

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Villa Aqua and Villa Bleu both offer views of the sea. Open floor plans include a living room and dining area that open via a bank of French doors onto the pool deck and outdoor living space. 

Villa Aqua

Their kitchens are equipped with modern appliances and include a pantry and food prep area perfect for entertaining guests. 

Their six en suite bedrooms include four with French king beds on the beachfront level and two upper-level master suites with king beds and a living area; each opens onto a furnished balcony with a view. 

Both of these properties are in walking distance two casual restaurants, the bars and dining venues of three five-star hotels (with access and signing privileges at Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa) and on-location water sports rentals.

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