Cap Malheureux - House / Villa - Buy Professional10 months ago - Real Estate - Cap Malheureux - 37 views
Nestled in the heart of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a true tropical paradise. In addition to its tourist attraction, the island is also an important business destination due to its economic development and attractive taxation. The setting very close to the north coast offers a magnificent view of the five islets, including Coin de Mire. Only ten minutes from Grand Baie, Cap Malheureux has a truly heavenly setting with its beach and the fishermen who walk there.
The distinguished 192m2 villa is characterized by these sophisticated standards of the highest level. The exceptional architecture and design accentuate the tropical ambience of these prestigious villas that will instil in the inhabitants an atmosphere of relaxation and peacefulness. The villas’ exclusive features and concept ensure an unprecedented quality of life and well-being. The interior design is marked by bright decoration. The stylish colour schemes are delicately matched with abundant wooden furniture, creating a true homely atmosphere.
The residence is characterized by its green and environmentally friendly setting. Beyond these green elements, a freshwater canal crosses the village for 1.5 km, joining a large park.
This complex offers a wide range of unique advantages and services. It includes a variety of residential properties including high-end villas, apartments, townhouses and commercial facilities. The strength of this project is to be able to offer residences for all tastes and all budgets. In order to make your daily life even more pleasant, you will have access to many services on site such as:
- 24/7 medical assistance
- A pharmacy
- A small supermarket
- A bakery
- Some stores
- A common swimming pool
- A gym
- A concierge
- A kids club
- A spa
- A variety of restaurants, a club house and a swimming pool overlooking approximately 5,000m2 of parkland and greenery 50 meters from the sea and the legendary red-roofed chapel.
- Two museums will be open, one housing a rare collection of shells and the other which will immerse the visitor in the historical past of pirates and corsairs.