Explore a Custom-Built and Eco-Friendly U.S. Virgin Islands Compound Seeking $15M

While everyone is bracing themselves for the upcoming winter months, this custom-built home in the Virgin Islands can become a sunny escape for a buyer who can afford it. Overlooking Cruz Bay on St. John, the resort-like compound is like a modern paradise, sitting just moments from pristine white sand beaches. Seeking almost $15 million, it doesn’t come cheap to live on island time here.

Given the name Casa Bella Luna, the 2017-built modern boasts glass walls and handcrafted design accents by local artisans. The swanky property consists of a three-story main house, a seven-bedroom and eight-bathroom guest suite, and a wide range of outdoor spaces. Boasting 30,000 square feet of combined interior and exterior space, there’s plenty of room to entertain friends or lounge peacefully in the tropical landscape.

Inside the main structure, a sprawling great room includes a professional grade kitchen opens all the way to the rooftop terrace with a wet bar. And the airy staircase, as well as an elevator, bridges together all three levels. In general, the open concept design allows the home to breathe with the surrounding nature and eco-friendly technology further fosters that connection. A solar array in the gardens powers a significant portion of this Virgin Islands abode.

Other amenities include a sleek pool with a waterslide and ample deck space, a media room, home gym, office, six-car garage, top-of-the-line security system, and staff quarters. With a balanced combination of indoor and outdoor spaces, all that’s missing is a blender of the area’s famous painkiller frozen cocktails and good company.

Corby Parfitt and Eric Bauman of United States Virgin Islands Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing,