one of a kind villa. Floors are of purple heart and green heart
wood imported from the former British Guyana, The living area
and bedrooms are separate - each having an individual cathedral
ceiling and sliding walls for capturing the tropical breezes.
Each is surrounded by a four foot wide connecting deck, enabling
guests to pass freely from one room to another, while preserving
privacy. A true open tree house experience. No air conditioning
Located on a hillside surrounded by red bougainvillea,
pink hibiscus and yellow oleander, with spectacular sea views,
sunsets and mountain views, including St. Lucia's highest, Mt.
There is a spacious great room with a living room
section, games table and dining area, and a built in desk with
bookshelves. The large, bright kitchen is well equipped.
The master bedroom has a king sized bed with a ceiling
fan and net with a shower room. Bedroom II has two single beds
with a ceiling fan and nets and shower room. Guests step from
the deck into a cool, kidney-shaped pool with lap lanes at one
end. The pool is situated by a spreading flamboyant tree and has
an extensive sun deck with pool
furniture for relaxing.
A touch of St. Lucian history greets you as you
step out of the kitchen. A series of aging concrete pillars wrapped
in brightly colored bougainvillea today, once supported the Naval
barracks during World War II.
Tree Tops is one of the oldest homes at Cap Estate,
situated on a choice piece of property, designed by Ross Kembar,
a noted Canadian architect who came to St. Lucia in the late 1960s
to "try and upgrade the architecture of the island".
He succeeded in creating a unique living experience with Tree