Pangia Beach, Mahé Island, Seychelles
Pangia Beach, Mahé Island, Seychelles
A spectacular four bedroom beach penthouse for sale at Pangia Beach, Mahé, Seychelles in the magnificent Indian Ocean.Scroll down for more details
4 Bed | 4 Bath
A spectacular four bedroom beach penthouse for sale at Pangia Beach, Mahé, Seychelles in the magnificent Indian Ocean.
Pangia Beach is an award-winning development of luxury beach apartments and penthouses with private marina on Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles.
This recently completed boutique development, consisting of 25-apartments and four-exclusive penthouses, are spread over 4 buildings. Only two penthouses remain available to buy.
Penthouse D is an exclusive four bedroom property of 406 sqm with direct lift access, its own infinity pool and fantastic panoramic sea views. The penthouse has four en suite bathrooms, one guest WC, living room, dining room, kitchen with high end stainless steel Miele appliances, TV room, laundry, attic and covered terrace. Designed by SAOTA, this fully furnished penthouse forms part of Pangia Beach, a luxurious development with direct beach access, a private marina and a club house with pool and gym.
The penthouse has been decorated by a renowned interior designer. The colour scheme, which is a soothing combination of neutral tones accented with turquoise, was selected to create a tranquil and relaxing interior to compliment the crystal clear sea and white sandy beaches of the Seychelles.
Pangia Beach has four penthouses of which two remain for sale. Each penthouse takes up an entire floor. These immaculate penthouses, which use carefully chosen materials and finishes from high end European suppliers benefit from an innovative curved roof which forms a double height ceiling. Combined with large aluminium sliding doors and the decorative glass eave, this vaulted ceiling creates a sense of openness and grandeur. With its wrap around terrace providing ample entertaining space and an infinity plunge pool, the Pangia Beach penthouses offer a seamless indoor outdoor living experience, ideal for the tropics.
This newly built penthouse is sold on freehold title with owners qualifying to apply for residency in the Seychelles. The purchase price includes furniture, as well as a secure garage, a covered carport and a boat mooring in the private marina.
Pangia Beach is minutes away from the shops and restaurants of Eden Plaza and is conveniently located half way between Victoria (10 mins), the capital of the Seychelles, and Seychelles International Airport (6 mins).Read full details
The Seychelles has 116 islands spread over 788 square miles of the Indian Ocean, four degrees south of the equator and 950 miles north of Mauritius. Only 30 are inhabited, some are coral islands, some volcanic and many designated as natural reserves, a heady mix of raw beauty and exclusivity.
The Seychelles is a delightful combination of African, European and Asian roots with an intriguing history. The country gained independence from Great Britain in 1976 and remains part of the Commonwealth. English and French are both official languages with Creole widely spoken.
The joy of the Seychelles is the variety within the archipelago. Highlights include the island of Praslin fifteen minutes away by plane where the rare Coco de Mer palm grows in the World Heritage Vallée de Mai and the car-free island of La Digue, home to giant tortoises, colonial-style homes and deserted beaches. Felicite is a tiny granite island covering a little over one square mile. It is a near neighbour to La Digue and famed for its mystical, oversized granite boulders. Dense vegetation including mango trees, coconut palms and banana plantations cover much of Felicite where development has been carefully restricted to preserve the outstanding private island privacy.
The island of Mahé is the largest and easily the most developed of all islands. It has the international airport and the world’s smallest capital, Victoria, complete with a replica of London’s Big Ben. The island is 17 miles long by 8 miles at its widest with 70 beaches Mahé is where the majority of the 90,000 population live, mostly in Victoria or on the east coast.
From the high peaks of Morne Seychellois in the northeast to the blissfully natural west coast beaches, Mahé provides activities from snorkelling, diving and jungle walks. The quiet and wilder west coast is only thirty minutes from the airport with dense forests of coconuts and particularly beautiful beaches including Petite Anse and Grande Anse.
Fly to: Mahé Island
Flying time from the UK: 10 hours
Time difference: 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.
Pangia Beach – Penthouse D
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General facilities: direct lift access, infinity plunge pool, direct beach access, private marina, clubhouse with pool and gym
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