- October 31st, 2010
- in Yachting
Welcome to the November issue of Property Guide.
Season is here. I'm not sure if I'm ready for everything that means. Cruise ship season, charter boat season, snowbird season and even the holiday season have arrived. Visitors are trickling back to the BVI—many who have been here before and some who may even be ready to take the plunge and purchase property in the islands that have treated them so well year after year. Our classifieds offer the most comprehensive listing of properties for sale in the BVI. Even if you aren't ready to purchase yet, it doesn't hurt to have a look to see what's available.
I spent a serene afternoon at Lemon Grass Villa in Cane Garden Bay with Brynley Rathbun from Yacht Shots BVI and Adam Richardson from Sotheby's BVI Realty. I adore my tiny studio in Cane Garden, but after having five visitors stay with me for a few nights this summer, I certainly understand why a guest room or two might come in handy. Lemon Grass Villa, with its three bedrooms, pool and lush grounds, is an spacious home for those looking to enjoy the beach while still having a stunning view.
Preparing for the season also means getting your home ready for those family members that are certain to arrive once the cold weather hits their part of the world. In this issue, our experts suggest ways to improve your home for the expected and unexpected guests who may pop in. I will have more visitors coming to my little nook this month and next, despite the cramped quarters, and I'm sure we'll have a blast. Who could stay in Cane Garden Bay and not have fun?
This season, welcome everyone like they're family.