Ravello - Salt Creek
Seven Mile Beach corridor
A hidden treasure in Salt Creek, one of Grand Cayman’s most secluded and luxurious gated communities, this home is named after the treasure of the Amalfi Coast, the town of Ravello. The influence of Italian design and tradition is prevalent in this exclusive residence, from exquisite marble floors to the stunning mosaics throughout the home. Each part of this villa has been carefully selected to mirror the owners’ Italian heritage.
Boasting seven bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms, this villa can be described as the perfect family home. Two loft-style rooms, privately placed above each detached garage on either end of the villa, can be used as guest suites or converted to a gym space. The kitchen is sleek and modern with a thoughtful mix of traditional touches. Complemented by an outdoor area, with a wood-fire pizza oven, this space is perfect for entertaining or enjoying a night in. An infinity pool, designed to blend in with the colour of the water it overlooks, provides a seamless view from the family-style outdoor dining area. An impeccably kept garden and lush landscaping surrounds the home, with potted lemon plants at every corner.
Hidden behind the casually elegant architecture of the home is the latest in technology. Underground fibre optics allow for fast connectivity while the home is also built to be hurricane resistant, including the use of CGI windows. Electronic control panels are in each room and can control the atmosphere via the panel or remotely by phone. This villa features a four-car garage and staff accommodation.
Situated on the western shoreline of the North Sound, Salt Creek is named after a waterway that has been a part of the island’s history since the eighteenth century. Once a safe haven for Cayman’s original turtle farm, Salt Creek today continues to provide sanctuary for families seeking the tranquility of a secluded residential community. A dream location for boaters, Salt Creek is also conveniently accessible by land from West Bay Road and Seven Mile Beach, the waterfront town of Camana Bay, the capital of the Cayman Islands, George Town, and Owen Roberts International Airport.
Hand-forged metal gates and bold coral stone gateposts announce the entranceway to Salt Creek. The leafy tree-lined lanes provide dappled shade along trails for walkers and joggers while the park area with its playground and cabanas is a meeting point for children and adults to play or relax and to build lasting friendships.
- Boat Ramp/Dock
- Outdoor Kitchen