Bravo’s “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” brings together stars from across the powerhouse reality franchise for a drama- and intrigue-filled vacation at some of the world’s most enviable vacation destinations. The first-season cast included Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore and Brandi Glanville, but the real star of the show was the mansion in Long Beach Bay, Turks and Caicos, known as the Triton Villa. Featured in The Wall Street Journal, Luxury Travel Magazine and People magazine among many others, the 30,000-square-foot estate has been listed for sale at $30 million.
Sitting on just over 2 acres with 155 linear feet of pristine island beachfront, the estate features 14 luxury bungalows, each with a king bed and private en-suite, arranged around a central entertainment court that encourages indoor/outdoor living. Currently operated as a resort, the property commands $10,000 per night, offering the buyer a unique income-producing opportunity. It is one of the largest fully staffed mansions in the Turks and Caicos and unique in the short-term rental landscape.
An exquisite space for large-scale entertaining, Triton Villa offers an outdoor cinema (as well as TVs in every room), two dining areas and two beach decks flanking an ocean-view terrace, complete with hanging chairs, couches and a firepit. A sunken living room with space for 25 and multiple day beds with curtains offer tons of space for lounging in the sun. A heated glass-front pool offers ocean views, while the intimate sunset garden has a second pool. Tennis courts and a full gym complete the experience parcel.
The Turks and Caicos are the 40 islands of an archipelago in the Bahamas, part of the British Overseas Territories. The destination has long served as a vacation hotspot for the world’s elite. Long Beach Bay, located on Providenciales or “Provo,” the third largest island, is famous as the world’s premier kite-surfing destination. Other options for entertainment include exploring the gorgeous white sand beaches, hiking the Bird Rock Point Trail and snorkeling or scuba diving in the crystal-clear waters. Celebrities who have or had had vacation homes in the Turks and Caicos include Oprah, Keith Richards, Bruce Willis and Donna Karen.
The listing is held by Ian Hurdle of The Agency, Turks and Caicos. ¦