Pitch St. Barth Properties’ Two New Stylish Villas to Affluent Families

Villa Clementine is one of two new villas recently unveiled by St. Barth Properties. // Photo courtesy of St. Barth Properties

St. Barth Properties recently unveiled two new villas, Villa Clementine and Villa Panoramique, that Luxury Travel Advisor thinks are worth pitching to affluent families heading to the Caribbean this winter and beyond.

Here’s what you need to know to sell each.

Villa Clementine

Situated on the Vitet hillside, Villa Clementine comes with three bedrooms and offers impressive views.

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In the late afternoon, guests can gather on the terrace to sip cocktails, while watching a beautiful sunset. An open floor plan features a modern well-equipped kitchen and adjacent outdoor dining area. 

The contemporary living area is comfortably furnished; an over-sized heated swimming pool that is flanked by a sundeck with great views; and a fitness room that is located on the lower level. 

Two of the en suite king bedrooms are located on the main level of the house, while the third is on the lower level. Villa Clementine is also a great fit for couples and couples traveling with other couples.  

Villa Panoramique

Villa Panoramique was named for its vista of Petit Cul de Sac. The main house includes a chic-and-comfortable, air-conditioned living room, adjacent dining area and a sleek kitchen where a window frames an Instagram-worthy view. 

The master bedroom with king bed has an en suite bath and opens to a meandering multi-level deck.  

A separate bungalow houses two connecting guest bedrooms; one has a French king bed and the other has a double. There’s an extra-long heated lap pool between the pavilions; the outdoor living space includes a dining portico. 

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