If Panoramic Ocean Views And Multilevel Pools Are Your Thing, This Might Be The Villa For You

Gwynt A Mor Villa is on one of the highest points on Provo

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It's the kind of place where you can wake up to the sounds of the sea and enjoy a peaceful breakfast outside while you gaze at waves breaking over the reef. Spend the afternoon playing tennis on a private court, then cool off in a multilevel infinity-edge pool that overlooks the ocean. Then wind the day down by the fire pit, perhaps with a cold drink in hand, again to the trance-inducing sounds of waves rolling in from the sea. Once you've had a taste of the aptly named villa Gwynt A Mor (Welsh for 'wind and sea'), you might find it hard to spend your days any other way.

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With six bedrooms, six bathrooms and 5,000 sq. feet of living space set on two acres, Gwynt A Mor offers plenty of space for a large family or hosting visitors — and it's tropically chic design makes it easy on the eyes, too.

The main residence is home to four bright and airy bedrooms, while the other two bedrooms are found in the Swedish-style loft guest house, complete with a spacious living space and balcony above a two-car garage. No detail has been overlooked, with eight-foot Spanish cedar doors, Egyptian limestone tiles and LED lighting used throughout the property. And the beach? Just a short walk from your front door.

So no matter where you are, the ocean is never far

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And the kitchen? Divine.

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Enjoy the breeze while you dine beside a garden oasis

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...or by the pool with a view the ocean

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The private tennis court is worthy of a boutique resort, with a bonus basketball hoop

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And when we say private, we really mean it

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That settles it: Gwynt A Mor elevates Caribbean-style living as we know it. Want to see more? Check out the video below to get a feel for a day in the life at Gwynt A Mor.

Written By

Evangelia Ganosellis

Storyteller who grew up on the Gulf, and traded it for the Atlantic. Now raising my own beach baby, juggling work with that mom life. The best part? I can do both barefoot.

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