Watch boats swaying at anchor and enjoy stunning sunsets from the pool and deck area at the Great Cruz Bay waterfront villa Colibri, above. Most rooms at Colibri including the living room, below, boast amazing water views.
Enjoy stunning sunsets and watch boats and ferries from two levels of expansive decks at Colibri, overlooking Great Cruz Bay.
The three bedroom, four bath home is for sale for $3.795 million and is the ideal property for buyers looking for a well-established short-term rental villa, explained Islandia Real Estate broker/owner Merry Nash.
“Colibri is a beautiful waterfront home in Great Cruz Bay which means those views will always be there; no one can build in front,” said Nash. “The home is a popular short term rental with guests who keep coming back year after year.”
Two levels of decks overlook the boats swaying at anchor in Great Cruz Bay and afford incredible sunset views. A large pool will invite you to linger outside and soak up the rays, or enjoy meals al fresco under the shaded area just steps from the formal dining room.
Inside, enjoy beautiful native stonework, including impressive arches, water views from just about every single room and solid masonry construction. A recent $350,000 renovation added a new standing seam roof, solar hot water heater and all new Trex decking.
Other recent upgrades include the new covered deck off the dining room and impeccable travertine tile floors throughout the home. A brand new kitchen at Colibri might just have you cooking in on the new Wolf stove and letting the Meile dishwasher take care of the hard work.
Custom-wrought mahogany cabinets, stainless steel refrigerator and brand new granite counter tops round out improvements to the now professional-grade kitchen.
Colibri’s location in the established Great Cruz Bay neighborhood, just minutes from the dining and nightlife of Cruz Bay and not far from North Shore Road’s alabaster beaches, is another one of the home’s best features, explained Nash.
“One of the best features about Colibri is the neighborhood, it’s quiet and conveniently located,” she said. “Another great feature is the curb appeal of the nicely landscaped homes in the area with tropical blooms and of course the views; those amazing sunsets and watching all the boating activity.”
Buyers looking for a proven rental property will not want to miss out on Colibri, Nash added.
“The ideal buyer would be someone who wants a vacation home which rents well in order to provide some income to maintain the home,” said Nash.
Spend an evening watching the Caribbean sun melt into the horizon from the new Trex decking at Colibri and you’ll surely be hooked.
For more information about Colibri call Nash at Islandia Real Estate at 776-666 or 642-2246.