Strand Turks and Caicos is Life in Paradise
A swimmable shoreline, luxury residences and destination dining await at The Strand Turks and Caicos, an exclusive residential resort community located on 2,230 feet of shore frontage on Cooper Jack Bay, a sparkling waterway in the Caribbean.
There are grand residences, villas and luxury residences to choose from, as well as custom home sites.
A non-branded development, The Strand Turks and Caicos still offers all the amenities and luxuries associated with premium brands.
Sustainability is a crucial part of the design. The Strand boasts full solar packages on all its villas, making the development one of the first ultra-luxury communities with such a level of sustainability in the Caribbean.
There are 46 beachfront villas at The Strand, Turks and Caicos. These villas start at $3 million and feature three bedrooms, contemporary floor plans and indulgent owner’s suites. Villas come with outdoor showers and soaking tubs overlooking the shimmering water.
Next are the luxury residences, elegant four- and five-bedroom retreats defined by a voluminous great room overlooking the pool.
The largest, and most expensive units are the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom grand residences. These luxury abodes boast a combined 14,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space.
Price: Starting at $2.45 million.
Features: Sustainably designed luxury development with various home styles and luxury amenities. There are 46 beachfront villas, each boasting three bedrooms, an open floor plan and an outdoor shower. The community is set on 2,230 feet of shore frontage on Cooper Jack Bay, a pristine waterway in the Caribbean. The four- and five-bedroom luxury residences include a two-story great room overlooking the pool, while the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom grand residences boast 14,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space.
With more than $45 million in reservations and contracts to date, the community has experienced thriving demand and is set to sell half of its inventory by the end of Spring 2022.
“The Caribbean, and Turks and Caicos in particular, now more than ever is seeing an influx of interest from a younger demographic, who are craving a special legacy home that can be passed down through generations,” said John Fair, managing director of The Strand. “The Strand is appealing to these active families due to the collection of shared sport and socializing amenities, such as access to the Beach and Racquet Club, a concept which does not currently exist in Turks and Caicos, and further creates opportunity for connectivity among owners and guests.
Left: Villas enjoy outdoor showers and soaking tubs with views of the water. Above: Elegant four- and five-bedroom luxury residences feature a dramatic two-story great room overlooking the pool.