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Designed by John Otway, Ohana Villa stands out as one of the most striking villas in Tobago and the Caribbean.
This luxurious, Balinesian inspired four-bedroom, 7,000 sq. ft villa, which is Hawaiian for family rest-house, is nestled on an acre lot on a clifftop in Bacolet Tobago with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Prepare to be amazed by the views from three of the four luxurious en-suite bedrooms. Two of which each feature an individual private terrace that overlooks a large deck of two infinity pools, a jacuzzi, koi pond and the sea.
Ohana villa provides a harmony of organic and intuitive elements that combine to form a sanctuary of comfort, privacy and serenity. The house is orientated with the prevailing trade winds with the purpose of making living on the island as cool and peaceful as possible. The garden is littered with tropical and exotic flowers and goes down to a small sandy cove, protected by a reef just out in the bay.
The open living area and four bedrooms surround the large deck.
Tobago is full of enticing activities and day trips, from beautiful nature reserves to beaches, surfing, waterfalls, as well as excellent diving and deep-sea fishing. Tobago also features two award-winning 18-hole championship golf courses. The course at Mt. Irvine is closest to the villa. The villa is five minutes from Tobago’s largest city, Scarborough and its main docking facility.
Ohana earns between $160K and $275K USD per annum depending on the season.