The Turks and Caicos Islands Ultimate Luxury Home.
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Regency International Estates recently invited the crew from WealthTV to come to the Turks and Caicos Islands and shoot the amazing Emerald Cay for its popular Private Island show. It took an entire week to shoot the property, along with second episod featuring all of the TCI's exclusive Private Islands.
Once the show aired it received one of the highest ratings the network has ever received, a true testiment to this one-of-a-kind estates
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As for Emerald Cay itself its the result of six years of construction combining pristine natural beauty with state-of-the-art luxury to provide the ultimate tropical hideaway. Accessed via a remote controlled swing bridgeand a Turkish marble driveway, this private island retreat on approximately two acres sits surrounded by turquoise water and white powder beaches.
This estate is without a doubt the most impressive property in the Turks and Caicos Islands, if not the entire Caribbean, and is unparalleled with its million-dollar rooms. A breathtaking rotunda sets the tone foranarray of dazzling living spaces including the three story great room with 45-foot-high cypress ceilings; a three-story library; a sumptuous custom designed master bedroom pavilion; and an award-winning hometheater. This amazing locale also boasts a swing bridge, a tennis court, an 8,000 bottle wine cellar, 10 bedrooms, 11 baths, and approximately 27,000 square feet of living space.
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