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Perched atop a beautiful headland, effectively an island of its own, the six fully detached villas are surrounded by the turquoise sea and resort’s lagoon. A world apart, each one is carefully nestled into the dramatic hillside within over 21,000 sq. ft of landscaped gardens, individually sited for complete privacy between them. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and 17m horizon-edge pools (753 sq. ft), the three and four-bedroom residences have been designed so every room is facing the sea, truly capitalising on the uninhibited, panoramic Caribbean views. Owners will have access to all the services and facilities of the resort along with VIP status and benefits at all Six Senses resorts and hotels worldwide. The six residences come with the option of having either four-bedrooms or three plus an additional spa treatment room in place of the fourth bedroom as well as flexible space which could be used as a gym, office or games room. All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. Sustainable and re-purposed materials are being used, along with solar water heating and recycled energy for maximum efficiency. Six Senses La Sagesse is set on a majestic headland with a natural lagoon at its centre nestled between two beaches. The resort is spread over 28 acres, using the natural topography of the site to create complete privacy while overlooking the bright blue sea, lagoons and tropical beaches. In addition to the hotel’s 74 keys, an eclectic collection of restaurants and bars will overlook the beach, with the trademark Six Senses Spa providing an oasis of tranquillity overlooking the edge of the lagoon and accessed only by gondola. With no building higher than a palm tree, the resort truly captures the laid back, smiling spirit of Grenada. La Sagesse Beach has been named one of the best beaches in the Caribbean and La Lance Pere Beach is set below dramatic cliffs. Known as the ‘Spice Island’, Grenada is at the southern end of the Caribbean Sea and is widely regarded as one of the safest, kindest and most welcoming of the Caribbean islands. There has been little new development in Grenada, so this is a truly rare opportunity to buy a property on this very special paradise island. Six Senses La Sagesse can be reached in approximately 20-minutes by car from Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport.