A sparkling ocean, easy anchoring in the bay for boat owners, a host of nearby attractions and unspoilt countryside, all close to the centre of a real fishing village…
This is a rare and exceptional opportunity to live by the beach in the most sought-after location in the West! Since Independence, Mauritius has emerged as a strong and stable democracy, with an independent judiciary and an enviable reputation for a peaceful way of life. A great advantage with Marina Bay Boutique Residences is that, when foreign nationals buy one of the apartments, they and their immediate family are eligible for a Mauritian permanent residence permit under the framework of a G+2 development.
Ideally located between Asia and Africa, it is perfect for business people and its tax regime is well appreciated by investors. Holidaymakers are seduced by the all-year-round warmth on the coast, the sandy beaches and the beautiful countryside.
The bay, right in front of the residences, provides plenty of space for anchoring boats. There’s always something going on in the bay and it is one of the favourite departure points for locals and residents who want to go deep-sea fishing.
The project has been carefully designed to combine contemporary style and ultra-modern fitting. While the residences are airy and open, the effect created is both supremely comfortable and delightfully cosy.
There are 31 residences, spread over small, low-rise (G+2) blocks. The units are generously proportioned and have between one and four bedrooms. The penthouses have their own exclusive access and come with private pools. Ground-floor residences are blessed with private terraces and cosy garden areas. All the others have balconies, with sea views while every unit is fully smart home integrated (optional upgrade).
You can enjoy walking around barefoot, particularly enjoyable on the sand. The overall impact is of cosiness, comfort and freedom or, more contemporarily phrased, a form of boho-chic.
As well as the fabulous beachside setting, the environment is enriched by careful landscaping that incorporates local trees, such as bois noir, endemic palms and tecoma bushes.
The swimming pool’s generous length (25 metres) makes it suitable both for laps and for leisure swimming.
The architect uses sustainable and innovative concepts to maximise views, cross ventilation and natural lighting. His designs also feature natural elements like volcanic basalt stone, natural timber, crafted by skilled local artisans.