Bajacu (“rising sun” in the language of Caribbean natives) is located on the beautiful island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. It is situated on a south shore hilltop with a breathtaking 270 degree view of the sea, surrounded by a 13 acre estate of lush tropical gardens with coconut, royal palm, fruit trees, bougainvilleas, jasmine, and frangipani. A natural stone path provides direct access from the villa to the sea.
The house was designed by Marco Aldaco, world famous Mexican architect, and completed in 2004. It is comprised of 9,500 square feet under the roof and 3,500 square feet of open deck. Antiques from China, Indonesia, and Africa, together with unique artwork, create an elegant though relaxed atmosphere. Among the many pleasures of Bajacu are its many beautiful private areas where one can sit or relax in total privacy. The house includes a formal indoor dining room that can seat 16, together with a protected and tranquil outdoor dining area.
Bajacu has two dramatic infinity pools that cascade into each other; with solar heating, the average temperature is 78-82 degrees. Preceded by a sculpted volcanic stone fountain, the house has an open living room under a large palapa. A spectacular pergola links the Palapa to an inside living room surrounded by the pool. Bajacu also has an office with computer, internet access, and fax. All rooms have high speed internet access and the house is WIFI. Both the living room and the office have their own bathroom (for a total of 7 bathrooms). The entire house enjoys very high ceilings.
Price: $3,000 – $7,500/Night
Size: 9,500 Sq. Ft.
Speciality Items: 3,500 Sq. Ft of Deck, Formal Dining for 16 Guests, Antiques from Around the World, Wifi Access, Two Infiniti Swimming Pools, Volcanic Stone Fountain.
Location: Ocean Drive, Turks and Caicos, Caribbean