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Seafeathers | $1.2 million

A solar-powered seafront villa with Caribbean design flourishes

With the Caribbean Sea as its backdrop, this three-bedroom, two-bath home from 2005 is in Seafeathers, a residential enclave on Anguilla’s eastern coast. The home enjoys views across the water as far as St. Maarten and St. Bart’s. Sandy Hill Beach, popular with snorkelers, is about two miles west of the villa. The Valley, Anguilla’s capital and business hub, is about five miles west.

To reach the island of Anguilla, a British Overseas Territory, most travelers fly to St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport, about 16 miles south, and take a 25-minute sea shuttle to Anguilla. Anguilla Air Services also offers daily 10-minute flights from St. Maarten to Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport.

Foreign buyers in Anguilla must obtain an Alien Land Holding License from the Anguilla Department of Lands and Surveys, which involves financial records and reference checks. The application fee is $400.

Size: 2,500 square feet

Price per square foot: $540

Indoors: The home opens into a terra cotta-tiled great room with a kitchen, dining area and two sitting rooms under a hardwood cathedral ceiling. The kitchen, anchored by a stone-topped island, has maple cabinets and stainless-steel appliances. In the dining room, a long hardwood table can seat eight. Doors and windows throughout the house are made of sturdy South American red cedar and designed to withstand hurricanes. Most of the home’s electricity is generated by solar panels.

The primary suite and one guest bedroom offer sea views. In the primary bathroom, double sinks are painted in a blue floral pattern. A third bedroom faces the back of the house. The guest bathroom includes a glass-tiled, stand-alone shower. All three bedrooms feature beamed wood ceilings.

The home is being sold fully furnished and includes artwork.

Outdoor space: Three double doors on the home’s seafront side open to a concrete deck with an infinity-edged pool. A covered veranda runs the length of the house, its white eaves embellished in the traditional Caribbean “gingerbread” lattice motif. Stairs descend from the deck to the coastline behind the house. Because the terrain is rocky coral, the oceanfront is not used for recreation. The home’s property line runs to within about 10 feet of the water’s edge; Anguilla’s coastline is Crown Land, or government property.

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