Secret Bay Resort in Dominica launches fractional ownership
The Secret Bay Resort in the Dominica has launched fractional ownership, offering 1/12th deeded ownership of bungalows and villas.
The resort, launched a year ago, has been named in Travel + Leisure magazine's "It List 2012". Ownership through the resort's Residence Program includes housekeeping and laundry services, 24-hour security, concierge services including pre-stocking of groceries, high speed wireless Internet access, a Kindle with select daily newspapers, use of mountain bikes, kayaks, yoga mats, and snorkeling and swimming gear; and a safe. Other services, such as airport transportation, day excursions and personal chefs can be arranged.
Developer Gregor Nassief has built four units from sustainable hardwoods on the four-acre property and will build nine more. "It took more than 15 years to assemble the property, but I knew it was the perfect location for a small-scale, sustainable resort," he told World Property Channel. "Our guests this first year have wanted to become part of this vision, so we're offering a limited number of villas and bungalows for purchase as whole or fractional ownership."
The one-and two-bedroom villas have an area of 2,728 square feet and feature indoor/outdoor living rooms, bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and outdoor showers, private pool or Jacuzzi, and veranda with sea views. The two-story bungalows, have an area of 610 square feet, and feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows.