This outstanding villa is perched high on steep granite cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean, close to the picturesque Petite Anse Bay at the Four Seasons Resort on the south west coast of Mahé in the Seychelles.
Kokomo is a seven bedroom residence over ground and first floor levels (built area 950m2, plot size 1.49 ha).
The villa is constructed on stilts connected by wooden walkways with separate living and sleeping pavilions. The living area includes a Great Room, a dining room for 14 people, a TV/study and a kitchen with Poggenpohl units and integrated Miele appliances. Hand hewn wide plank teak flooring enhance the living areas. Feature walls of rugged granite contrast with European polished marble.
The master bedroom suite includes a sitting room and a full dressing room. There are four further double bedrooms suites, each with a dressing room. Two twin bedrooms have their own shower rooms. The villa also has two staff rooms with a shower.
Outside, a generous teak sun deck frames a 40m infinity pool with spectacular views over the Indian Ocean. There are two gazebos, the larger of which, with its BBQ area, can accommodate 16 people. There is also a garage for three cars.
The owner can enjoy access to the facilities of the 5* Four Seasons Resort including concierge services, hilltop spa, fitness facilities and restaurants.
Mahé is the largest island in the Seychelles. The international airport in Victoria is 30 minutes from Petite Anse. There are regular flights from the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Flying time from the UK:
GMT +4 hours
The islands of the Seychelles enjoy a year-round warm tropical climate, generally governed by two opposing trade winds. The south-easterly trades blow from May to September bringing drier and windier conditions ideal for sailing. From October to March the gentler north-west trades provide calmer seas but a higher chance of refreshing showers. Scuba divers will find April, May, October and November have the warmest seas and visibility is often 30 metres plus.
Non-residents must get permission from the Seychellois government before they can buy freehold property, generally a routine process though it can take several months. Seychelles has no property or capital gains tax. Owners are only permitted to rent their homes if they are on residential resorts such as the Four Seasons.
Four Seasons is synonymous with exclusivity and service. A purchase of the Private Residences ensures owners benefit from the integrity of the name and the enviable management reputation of Four Seasons Resort Seychelles and its proven track record.
All the Private Residences are sold on a freehold basis. Owners enjoy substantial benefits including no capital gains tax, a low fee structure of 5% stamp duty and 1.5% sanction processing fee - payable on the unfurnished building value - plus the freedom to transfer sales proceeds in full.
In addition, owners are able to take advantage of a 5-year renewable resident's permit, which affords unlimited stays on the island for up to 6 family members or co-owners, dependant on villa ownership structure adopted.
For owners wishing to rent their property, their home can be included in the Four Season Rental Programme, further details of which are available through the Hotel.
Not only will you benefit from second home ownership abroad, but there is also potential
for excellent rental returns and the fully operational, on-site resort management will
take full care of your investment whilst in residence or away.
Basic service charges are currently estimated at around €5.26 per square metre per month.
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