If you are looking for luxury living in St. Kitts then Christophe Harbour is for you. It is a mega development, currently under construction, with a 300 acre marina and an 18-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio. Christophe Harbour promises comfortable and private living, excellent service and the finest amenities of an exclusive resort.
Located on the Southeast Peninsula of St. Kitts, Christophe Harbour is abundant with turquoise lagoons, sandy beaches and picturesque, vegetate hills with views to Nevis Island.
Absorbing the authentic Kittitian heritage and Caribbean lifestyle, Christophe Harbour is bringing to perfection the natural beauty of the landscape by creating a unique surrounding composed of a super-yacht marina, fine dining restaurants, beach clubs, designer’s golf course and, of course, outstanding real estate opportunities.
A hideaway nestled in a cozy niche at Sandy Bank Bay, guests at the Windswept villas will enjoy exquisite views of the harbour, Atlantic Ocean, and Caribbean sunsets.
Nine newly developed, turnkey villas are available for equity share purchase. Each private, four-bedroom residence has been designed for maximum enjoyment of harbour, ocean, and beach views. These villas offer spacious indoor and outdoor living areas ideal for the island lifestyle. If you are feeling the urge to venture out, take a short walk to The Pavilion Beach Club, a chic gathering place. The Pavilion features exceptional dining, natural-edged pools, dressing facilities with waterfall showers, and a beachside cabana bar.
• Ownership is priced from the low $450K per 1/10 deeded share.
• Each share represents 5 weeks per year for personal use or as a rental. An annual rotation schedule ensures that each owner will enjoy high season weeks.
• Application for Citizenship by Invest- ment can begin immediately upon contract.
• Shared rental pool.
– Prime placement for breathtaking island views.
– Easy access to The Pavilion beach club. Concierge, maintenance, and housekeeping services.
– Property management provided by Christophe Harbour.