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Fustic house is a stunning example of Provence-style architecture dating back to 1740. Set on a ridge above the quiet and tame Caribbean coastline, you have the benefit of cooling trade winds and located mere steps from the water. The property was redesigned in the late 1970s by Oliver Messel, and it retains his theatrical influences to this day. Sublime views out over the Caribbean and west coast are offered from the 11 acres of landscaped gardens. Privacy is assured here and you even have Messel’s famous lagoon style swimming pool from which to enjoy your own tropical paradise. A large decking area extends out over the cliff edge, and there is even a lotus lake, Arawak cave system and Mahogany park to enjoy. The gardens were designed by Todd Longstaffe-Gowan and are a haven of beauty that will rejuvenate the senses, while the cuisine is simply exemplary and prepared by the house’s private chef – it is regarded by many as the best on the island. All these touches and parts combine to make Fustic House one of the greatest properties on the island. Guests at Fustic House all have exclusive access and use of the Port St Charles … Continued