Island House 1

Water View
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An Island villa placed on a point so the building almost disappears, swallowed by the dense vegetation.
“Decks” — asklepios
Pool View
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The tower is a great place to enjoy a Caribbean sunset. The base of the tower is a round powder room.
“trellis with the false sloped roof” — vidhyachendhil
Entry View
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The entry faces the windward side of the Island so it is more closed with small windows providing framed snapshots of the view from inside.
“The semi-circular steps to entry way” — dorrette
Living Room
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Two levels with built in seating creates a casual feel. Tropical hardwoods were used for doors, windows and roof. Antique Indonesian columns were incorporated into the structure. Interior design by Rose Capestany, RCI Inc., Seattle, WA
“Nice built-ins!” — kimrohall
Dining Courtyard
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Internal courtyards allow air to circulate freely in the house while providing a dramatic backdrop for the main Dining area.
“Lovely laid back feeling” — nevanet
Guest Bedroom Suite
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We always orient bedrooms so that you have a direct view of the ocean from the bed. Interior design by Rose Capestany, RCI Inc., Seattle, WA
“window” — darlagault
Shower Courtyard
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This shows an interior shower that opens onto a small courtyard to allow cooling breezes into the bathroom.
“very small courtyard” — Kimberly Reiter
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