Villa Gwendolyn   Paradise Island, Bahamas
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Villa Gwendolyn is a lavish residence that features a striking balance between luxury and laid-back island living. Designed by internationally-renowned architect Yianni Skordas, this stunning home combines simplicity and elegance to create a sophisticated island retreat. Located within the prestigious gated community of Ocean Club Estates, this gorgeous house is masterfully positioned to take advantage of the breathtaking views down the harbour.

Comprising approximately 7,500 sq ft of interior space, this residence features five stunning bedrooms with en-suite baths. The Master bedroom boasts Eastern and Western verandas to take advantage of sunrise and sunset. This magnificent residence blends the principles of feng shui with the tranquility of the tropics and chic simplicity of modern minimalism. From the golden limestone imported from Jerusalem to the hand-crafted Tunisian mosaics to the magnificent Brazilian Ipe, this residence takes advantage of the best materials from around the globe.

Earth and water are constant design themes as evidenced by the luxurious infinity pool that surrounds the living room. Guests also have private access to the beach.


  • Interior
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Dining Room
  • Sound System
  • Exterior
  • Golf Course
  • Loungers
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor
  • Building
  • Terrace
  • Location
  • Beach Walking Distance
  • Golf Course Front
  • Water Front

Paradise Island

Just north of New Providence is Paradise Island, a small but major resort destination. Accessible from Nassau by two bridges, the island is home to some of the Bahamas' most celebrated and expensive beaches. To some, the grandest sight on the island is the world-famous Atlantis Paradise Island Resort and Water Park. Many of the sights and beaches on the island are limited to Atlantis guests, but some beaches are publicly accessible on foot. The popular Cabbage Beach occupies more than two miles of shoreline. To get away from the crowds, try the sands on the beach's northwest end.