A beautiful sea-view villa set on a secluded wooded hillside overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the best beach on Montserrat, the Belham River Valley, Garibaldi Hill and all 3,500 feet of Mount Soufriere itself. It was built in the late nineties in traditional colonial style and has a huge (800 square feet) swimming pool with infinity feature and diving board, a substantial terracotta tiled terrace, verandahs around three sides of the house, and tropical gardens right around the house which are full of hibiscus, oleander, bouganville, bananas, coconut palms, flamboyant trees, oranges and limes. We have recently added a substantial gas barbecue and extra sun-loungers. The pool has steps at both ends, a semi-infinity feature on the seaward side, a safety ledge all around and a spring diving board. With high ceilings, double doors from all rooms direct onto the verandas, comfortable furnishings, all mod-cons, and having absolute privacy, this is one of only seven villas built on 30 acres of wooded hillside, arguably the best setting and finest development on this beautiful island. Facing southwest, offering spectacular sunsets over the sea, and yet within walking distance of three of the best restaurants on Montserrat. The famous but elusive 'green flash' can often be seen from the terrace at sunset. Maid and gardener are included, as are the services of a property manager, plus transport to and from the airport or ferry terminal. Inexpensive car hire can be arranged with the vehicle ready at the villa when you arrive. Montserrat is a most delightful, unspoilt, mountainous and truly beautiful island. Very much the Caribbean as it used to be. Virtually crime-free, the friendliest people on the planet, no resort hotels. cruise ships, traffic lights or high-rises. The population is only 5000. During the winter season particularly there are a good number of villa residents from the UK, Canada and the USA, so a very active social life. The island is a British Overseas Territory with a resident British Governor. Famous for the Air Studios, now sadly defunct, where the late Sir George Martin hosted and recorded a huge number of the very top names in music during the nineteen eighties. This is a place for those who enjoy nature, peace and solitude, and the best of Caribbean quirkiness and hospitality.