VILLA W: This villa concept has been designed for the 22 west-facing plots of Phase 1 overlooking beautiful sunsets. It offers the advantage of being sheltered from prevailing winds while enjoying beautiful natural light. The villas have generously sized pergolas and mobile vertical screens to reduce the sun’s heat and allow their owners to fully enjoy the warm summer afternoons in Black River.
Villas W look towards the sea and the estate’s golf course. They are an invitation to summertime idleness, pleasant days and a resolutely tropical art of living. They have three en-suite bedrooms (with an optional fourth bedroom) and are designed to provide a warm living experience close to nature.
In Black River, the beauty of the lush landscapes is matched only by the charm of the lagoon. Nestled along a mountain range, bordered by the limpid waters of the Indian Ocean, this region owes its particular climate to its ideal location. Its abundant nature is a playground for sports enthusiasts: hiking trails and walks in the forest (the Black River Gorges National Park is part of the Macchabée - Bel Ombre biosphere reserve, recognized by Unesco in 1977 ); rounds of golf on one of the 4 18-hole courses in the region; outings by motorboat or catamaran, surfing, paddle boarding, water skiing, kite surfing and scuba diving... nature in Black River is a gift from heaven which offers activities for all tastes and in all seasons!
Particularly popular with families and expatriates from all over the world, Black River and its region offer a quality of life in its own right on the island. Its international schools of excellent standard (certified by the English and French education systems) and its services ranging from a private clinic to supermarkets and shops of all kinds make this coast a safe bet for all those who wish to combine the pleasures of island life to the needs and demands of everyday life: from work, to the crèche for the little ones!
The first phase includes 81 villas and residential plots in the heart of the estate, and will be accompanied by the construction of the clubhouse and the first 9 holes of the golf course. Phases 2 and 3 will follow with 78 and 61 units respectively. The 2nd phase will be accompanied by the construction of the last 9 holes of the course. Each phase is expected to be completed within three years of commencing commercialization. Three models of villas with an actual built surface of more than 400 m² are offered on land with an average surface area of 2,000 m². Based on the concept of sustainable architecture, each villa has a different orientation, with the lowest possible environmental impact by taking advantage in particular of the topology of the land, as well as natural ventilation and light. This unique project of exceptional scale in a very sought-after environment offers a breathtaking view of Le Morne and the Indian Ocean.
This concept is proposed for 24 villas (in phase 1). Elegant, spacious and intimate, they offer superb views of the sea, the golf course and the Tourelle de Tamarin mountain, while offering an ideal orientation, protected from the winds and fully benefiting from natural light. The patio with tropical landscaping is a green lung around which the life of the household revolves on a daily basis. With three en-suite bedrooms (a 4th bedroom is available as an option) and its large living spaces bringing together the living room, dining room and open kitchen, all facing the outdoor living spaces (kiosk and swimming pool), this is the home tropical family par excellence. Multicultural, heterogeneous, serene, exhilarating... The terms are as numerous as they are varied to describe the signature way of life of this coast of a thousand and one charms. And you, what will be yours? In the heart of the historic Black River Saltworks, facing one of the largest lagoons on the island, this program invites you to vibrate every day to the rhythm of a coast that makes no concessions and perfectly illustrates the pure dolce Mauritian life.
The site benefits from a unique savannah atmosphere. Its climate is very dry and its current landscapes are composed of a combination of tall Black River grasses, endemic trees, black wood trees, tamarind trees, Creole agaves and volcanic rocks. The landscaping concept aims to preserve the beauty of the site by reusing 100% of the site's existing plants for the roadsides, and by landscaping 90% of the environment around each villa with existing plants from the site and plants endemic to Mauritius