Set on a private beach on the northeast corner of Jumby Bay Island, Tamarind Cove is a sanctuary of peace and privacy designed by renowned architect Andrew Goodenough. The estate is spread across an immaculately groomed, palm-studded tropical landscape surrounded by the sea and rock outcroppings, adjacent to a private beach and boat dock.
The home’s sophisticated interiors are thoughtfully arranged and appointed to evoke a residential atmosphere. Local artwork, including paintings and intricate displays of mosaic tile, add Antiguan charm and are complemented by an interior palette of neutral tones with inviting Caribbean accents in orange, seafoam green and turquoise. The overall effect is comfortably chic and tranquil.
Airy and inviting, the main house is comprised of a great room with dining and living areas, a study, spacious kitchen and master bedroom offering a living area, private terrace and en-suite bathroom with outdoor garden tub.
Edging a courtyard and opening out to a glistening infinity pool, the guest house features a sitting room and three king-bedded rooms with private terraces as well as a set of interconnecting queen-bedded and double twin-bedded rooms.
A private tennis court features a secluded tennis pavilion that offers an additional bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Tamarind Cove is replete with comfortable relaxation areas and private spaces including trellised walkways covered with bougainvillea, a shaded breakfast nook and a pool cabana overlooking the nearby Caribbean Sea.