We’re talking, of course, about Rose Dog’s sensational, uninterrupted hillside views over Petit Cul-de-Sac’s aquamarine lagoon to Toiny Bay and the Caribbean Sea beyond. Nearly always visible, they are a recurrent theme of this most comfortable home. Another is the gentle sense of play: amid high, vaulted ceilings and lots of soothing, sleek whites, blacks and greys, for instance, the contemporary living areas are also subtly dotted with stylised pink terriers – hence the home’s name.
With four bedrooms, plus its spaciousness and proximity to both shops and Petit Cul-de-Sac’s heavenly beach, this flexible home suits both families and large groups of friends. Three of those bedrooms share those same astounding vistas, with two of them accessed from the main living area, the third found up in a private bungalow and boasting its very own terrace and kitchenette. All are elegant and high-ceilinged. Best for teenagers or any accompanying staff, the smaller fourth room occupies a lower-floor bungalow. See more details