The Venetian Grace Bay – Turks & Caicos Condos

The Venetian in Turks & Caicos offers a serene and luxurious year round home or a much desired winter holiday escape. Capturing the elegance of oceanfront living and set on the white sand and glistening turquoise sea of Grace Bay Beach, The Venetian captures the best in Caribbean living. From its architecture to design and finishes, The Venetian offers all of the amenities and beauty desired by those seeking the best in their personal piece of paradise.

Privacy and serenity are the cornerstones of The Venetian, which consists of only 27 thoughtfully designed three-bedroom, three and a half bath, beachfront residences ranging in size from 2,231 sq.ft. to 2,789 sq.ft. Luckily, views of Grace Bay are the focal point of each and every residence. The expansive screened patios offer unparalleled, panoramic views of Grace Bay and the surrounding area.

Accessed by 2 elevators, all residences provide a very high level of finish. The color scheme is simple and elegant, allowing the views over Grace Bay to take centre stage. Italian tile floors are set diagonally over sound-proof materials to enhance the serene and quiet environment. 9’4″ ceilings up to Penthouse level provide a spacious airy feeling and 8′ high sliding glass doors bring the beauty of Grace Bay into your home.

The outstanding credentials of the development team are quickly evident. One of the two developers behind The Venetian, Brian E. Butler has won the proud reputation as Cayman’s foremost builder of resort condominiums. In twenty successful condominium projects on Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach, Mr. Butler has set and achieved high standards of design and quality. Robert Ellingson-Lewis, a co-developer and project manager, has been involved with successful land development projects and the building of custom homes in both Canada and United States. Mr. Ellingson-Lewis is responsible for the team’s most recent and very successful adjacent condominium development, The Tuscany. John Thompson, of the architectural firm of Lee and Astwood, was responsible for assembly and coordination of The Venetian architectural plans. And Faye Ellingson-Lewis, of the local design firm of Design Studio, is the designated interior designer for the project.

The Turks and Caicos Islands is a country of 8 major islands and numerous uninhabited cays located 575 miles south of Miami. TCI uses the postal code BWI, which represents British West Indies, a diversified group of Caribbean islands including Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Monserrat and the Turks and Caicos Islands, all dependent areas of the United Kingdom.

Turks & Caicos Islands are known for the world’s most beautiful beaches, pristine coral reefs, diving, fishing, offshore investments, luxury condominiums and villa vacation rentals. The Islands are protected by a government dedicated to preserving the islands natural beauty.