Luxurious and elegant, Villa La Danse Des Etoiles (Dance of the Stars) is a masterful, magical work of art and architecture located in Point Milou, St. Barts, France. The views are unparalleled on the island. The rising sun over Tortue and the setting sun over Lorient and St Jean Bays become part of your reverie while you bask in the glory of the details of this 3,000 square foot home. The chiseled stone columns and walls of this house punctuate this beauty and frame these incredible views. This exemplary villa is the result of meticulous attention to detail and modernity, but also at the same time simplicity, refined elegance and luxurious comfort.
The kitchen made from concrete, stainless steel and dark wood is reminiscent of a boat with its 270 degree view, integrating so completely into the living room that it seems to disappear. The white living room is lit up by two transparent Kartell lamps and lighting from the Design Within Reach collection. The masterful architecture continues by marrying stone and wood in the bedrooms and bathrooms where the tiles are amazing shades of copper. The furniture is elegant and rare, like the inlaid bamboo table in the living room and the chests of drawers adorned with pen-shells in the bedrooms that are truly works of art. Not to mention the remarkable collection of Asian antiques originating from Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing and Bali.
The white interior living area opens onto a vast 3,229 square foot (300 square meters) teak deck dotted with stone walls that support large metal structures topped with grey canvas awnings. A large outdoor living space leads to a seductive 70 foot (33 meter) long volcanic lava stone infinity edge pool, leaving a feeling of tranquility as you become one with the water and sea. In a garden where a custom-made billiard table adorns the green lawn, under the benevolent eye of a large Buddha, an outside bathroom in the shape of a nautilus shell completes the setting. This magnificent home was designed by noted Hampton architects Robert Barnes and Christopher Coy of Barnes Coy Architects in Bridgehampton, New York. A visit to this sensational villa is an invitation to travel out of time, in a world where you can almost forget that the world exists at all.
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