Property size: 1 acre
Square Footage: 4200 square feet
Architect: John Paul C. Hanbury of Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas of Virginia
Contractor: Noral Lescott
Veranda: 534 square foot screened porch running the length of the house overlooking the pool, the sea, and St. Kitts. There is an additional 532 square feet of veranda that is not screened.
Kitchen: Black granite, stainless steel GE profile appliances; open plan with island for sink and cabinets; Blanco faucet.
Living Room: Large living area with three sets of louvered bi-fold French doors that open onto the large screened veranda (534 square feet); interior stone archways create welcoming entry from the front door into living space.
Master Bedroom: Large suite at one end of house with private entry and French doors onto gallery; walk-in closet; huge bathroom area with separate tub room. Large walk-in shower.
Guest Bedrooms: Three guest bedrooms on main floor each with ensuite bathrooms; ceiling fans; French doors onto gallery.
Downstairs Guest Suite: 718-square-foot suite including living room/bedroom and bath that doubles as a pool bath/shower/dressing room.
Gardens: Extensive gardens were designed and executed by the firm Julie Toll of Hertfordshire, UK, an experienced garden designer whose working knowledge of plants, soils and construction is founded on a deep love of gardens. In addition to projects in the UK, She regularly works in the Caribbean. She has won six Gold Medals and two Silver Medals at the Chelsea Flower Show since 1990. In 1993 she was awarded a gold medal for her Seaside Garden which also won the coveted Fiskar's Sword of Excellence, the award for the very best garden at Chelsea. A Garden Richer In Wildlife won a gold medal and The Tudor Rose Award for the best water garden.
Details: House designed to withstand 135-knot hurricane winds; custom push-out demarara windows with screened windows and solid hurricane shutters; ceiling fans throughout. House is built of wood, but foundation is local cut volcanic stone; stone in interior living room; separate laundry room near kitchen with washer/dryer; traditional wood siding and wallaba shingle roof.