$11.5 Million in Bitcoin (BTC) Buys 4-Bedroom Villa on Exclusive Island for ‘Royalty and Rockstars’
A four-bedroom villa located in the heart of Mustique is for sale for $11,500,000 or the equivalent in Bitcoin. According to the listing on Bitcoin Real Estate, the Caribbean property has views of the Grenadines, the island chain in Saint Vincent known for its eye-catching scenery, pristine beaches and exclusive hideaways.
Two acres containing open gardens and a pool terrace surround the villa in a private setting that balances a mix of indoor and outdoor living spaces. Described as a “tropical gem”, the villa incorporates native materials, from stone to local woods, for an Asian design. Special features include a cabana, a stone deck, an oval swimming pool, a dining gazebo, a media room and a huge gourmet kitchen.
The listing highlights the key features and the master suite.
“The master bedroom is close to the pool and features an outdoor shower, private deck, veranda and luxurious en-suite bathroom.”
The remaining three bedrooms have private decks and verandas.
The private island of Mustique, lined with restaurants, a tennis club and an enclave of villas, has entertained royalty and rockstars for decades.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger owns a six-bedroom and five-bathroom beachfront compound on the island. Mystique was also a private getaway for the late David Bowie and his wife Iman. Rocker Bryan Adams and fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger own homes there, as well as Princess Margaret who has entertained Prince William and Kate Middleton on the island.
According to the listing,
“Since the 1960’s, Mustique has been an exclusive sanctuary for royalty, rockstars, celebrities and heads of industry to relax in anonymity. Privacy and the tight security provided by the island are important to many of its residents.”
Adams reportedly grows pineapples, papayas, avocados, and pumpkins on his secluded property in Mustique, where he is actively involved in the restoration of the island’s coral reefs. He tells W Magazine,
“We’re the most environmentally forward island in the Caribbean.”
You can check out the listing here.
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