Villa Sheila   Colombier, St. Barth
3
Bedrooms
3.5
Bathrooms
8
Sleeps
 
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Description

Villa Sheila is one of St Bart's hidden treasures. It is private, quiet, tranquil and breathtaking. This villa is one of only five villas on a private road that is access by a powered gate to a heavenly vista of beautiful gardens. This gorgeous home is perched on the hillside of Colombier. Designed to maximize the views, guests enjoy panoramic views of the Caribbean, sunsets and surrounding islands.

This oasis boasts 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, 2 heated pools and a luxurious hot water spa. Each of the finely designed, three en suite bedrooms are extremely spacious and offer central air conditioning, flat screen TV's, SAT channels, fine linens, bath robes and beautiful furnishings. Bathrooms are accessorized with exquisite fixtures, natural stone and wood. The bathrooms are large in size and extremely comfortable. Top of the line appliances are fit for the best of chefs. The dining area seats 10, is fully air conditioned and offers dramatic lighting for evening dining. Two glass walls of the dining area open fully to allow the outside in.

One wall opens to the pool terrace while the other wall opens to a covered seating area. Enjoy a retreat from the sun under an awning just off the main pool.


Features

  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Dining Room
  • Sound System
  • Exterior
  • Jacuzzi Outdoor
  • Loungers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor
  • Pool Outdoor Heated
  • Terrace
    • Location
    • Water View

Colombier

Great for swimming and hiking and perfect for relaxing on this shady, isolated beach - after that 30 minute walk to get there from the main road, you'll need it. This beautiful beach is a truly wonderful place to enjoy on St Barth. It could be said it is the best on the island and accessible only by foot or boat. This beach is still called "Rockefeller's Beach", because, for many years, David Rockefeller owned the property that surrounds it. It is a popular Sunday picnic spot for local folk, who traditionally camp out for the night during Easter weekend.