New luxury Riviera Villas at Azuri Oceanfront Village, Mauritius

Sixteen luxury villas are for sale at Azuri Oceanfront Village on the north eastern coast of Mauritius, with prices starting at around US$1 million – about R14m.

Artist’s impression of the new Riviera Villas at Azuri Oceanfront Village in Mauritius.

Six units overlook the sea and the other 10 are set back slightly, but still have sea views as a result of the natural slope of the land, says Denise Slot, Seeff’s agent who is marketing the development in South Africa.

“South Africans are the second biggest buyer contingency of foreign-owned property on the Indian Ocean Island, after the French. The attraction is two-fold. First is the opportunity for residency and the benefits that come with that, including reduced tax rates compared to SA, and good capital growth.

“Second is the opportunity to own a second home on an island that is very accessible for weekend and holiday getaways, with regular direct flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town. The island’s tropical climate also makes it a year-round destination, so it’s perfect for holiday and second home buyers,” says Slot.

The luxury villas are designed in a typical island-style with floor to ceiling glass doors for maximum views, and finishes include glass, stone and wood.

Floor sizes range from 240m2 to 260m2. The villas have open plan living areas, modern kitchens and wooden entertainment decks set around rim-flow swimming pools. There are three bedroom suites, with the master suite upstairs, and buyers have the option of adding a fourth bedroom on the ground floor.

Facilities and amenities include shops, restaurants, bars and the beach as well as the five star Radisson Blu Azuri Resort and Spa with membership cards for access to the spa and fitness centre. Other amenities include the Azuri Nautical Club, tennis club and academy, storage of your private boat and preference at the nearby golf courses.

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