Luxury waterfront villa in Turks & Caicos hits the market for $30 million


A luxury villa in Turks & Caicos being renovated and expanded has hit the market for $30 million.

Sitting on 2 acres with more than 155 feet of water frontage on Long Bay Beach in Providenciales, the main house has 12,757 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, according to the published listing. earlier this week by Ian Hurdle of The Agency.

The expansion plan calls for four guest bungalows and staff quarters, bringing the total living space to 30,000 square feet, according to the listing.

Nicknamed Triton after the Greek god “of the sea”, the property is owned and developed by Fabrice Grinda, an entrepreneur and technology investor. He bought the villa in July 2019 for $11.5 million and has spent most of his time there during the pandemic, The Wall Street Journal previously reported.

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Like most vacation homes in Turks & Caicos, Triton is an income-generating rental property and the layout suits that need, with each bedroom including en-suite bathrooms, linens and TVs, according to the listing.

Outside, there are two beachside decks, a large sundeck, two pools, a tennis court, and a gym, according to the listing.

“Triton is one of the most extraordinary estates on the island, and a property of this magnitude is rarely brought to market,” Mr Hurdle said. With the expansion, it will become “the crown jewel on coveted Long Bay Beach,” he said.

Mr. Grinda, a French-born, New York-based entrepreneur and investor, was an angel investor in numerous tech companies, including Alibaba, Airbnb and Instacart. He was not immediately available for comment.


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