Luxury Villas on a Caribbean Beach

An Island to Treasure

Mayreau - About the Island

A place to Dive

Mayreau is a fantastic destination for scuba divers and snorkelers. The offshore reef systems come under the protection of the Tobago Cays Marine Park and are full of life and colour.

A place for Yachting

Lovely anchorage on Salt Whistle Bay

A place to relax

Step off your Terrace, go down a few steps and lie on your own beach.

Luxury Villa

Beautifully Landscaped

Finished to your preferences

$2,375,000 U.S.

Brokers will be protected!

Private yet close to what you want

Steps to the beach, Walk to the Yachting club, Diving right off your own property.

100 foot Beach Frontage.

1/2 an acre of land.

Spacious Terraces: 

344 square feet off the main living area

225 square feet off the Bedroom

569 square feet of Terraces.

1,434 square feet of indoor living area and 214 square feet of outdoor living area totalling 1,648 square feet of Living area.

Two full spacious bathrooms

Large Bedroom 18 foot by 18 foot 8 inches.

Living Room: 19 x 21

Kitchen 10 x 21

Unique outdoor living area of 214 square feet.

A second Bedroom  could be added for an additional $500,000.

Specially designed water holding tank.

Make this your home away from home.

Close to everything, but far from the pressures of life.

More about the Island

This is a Caribbean island to treasure... Mayreau is a tiny inhabited island with no airstrip so it is a special treat to stay or visit here. The island has superb views out over the Tobago Cays and on a clear day right on down to Grenada. Mayreau is the smallest (1 ½ square miles) of the inhabited Grenadine islands and has just over 250 residents.  With no airstrip Mayreau is only accessible by boat. However Union Island airport is only a few miles away. Picture-postcard beaches and bays, a friendly village with a quaint old church and divine beaches. The beaches in Mayreau were voted among the Top Ten Beaches in the Caribbean. Mayreau is the highlight for yachts sailing the Grenadines. The Salt Whistle Bay on Mayreau is established as the anchorage of choice in the region for yachts from around the world and is a must on any yacht charter cruise in the Grenadines.

Picture your luxury villa  on this beach

History of the Island

Sharing a common history with neighbouring islands, Mayreau was once inhabited by a succession of Amerindian people beginning with the Ciboney and culminating with the Caribs. As the pendulum of French and English claims swung, various groups of intrepid settlers arrived on Mayreau. During the 1720s, a Frenchman, Monsieur de L'isle, laid claim to the island. With the signing of the 1763 Treaty of Paris, St. Vincent and the Grenadines were ceded to Great Britain. Monsieur de L'isle however, was permitted to retain possession of Mayreau. Thirteen years later, records show a population of six European tenants and sixty-six slaves. The main source of revenue and export was cotton. Fleeing France during the Napoleonic Wars (1800-1815), a branch of the celebrated Saint-Hilaire family arrived in Mayreau and acquired ownership of the land. The last descendant of this famous old family, one of which was a lady-in-waiting to the Empress Josephine at Malmaison, was Jane-Rose de Saint-Hilaire. Known locally as Miss Jane-Rose, she governed the island under a sort of feudal system. The inhabitants, who for the most part were direct descendants of the Saint-Hilaire slaves, were allowed to build homes free of any charge, and to cultivate as many acres as they desired. By this arrangement of land tenure, the harvest (mainly cotton and cocoa) was divided equally between Miss Jane-Rose and the tenants. Upon her death in 1915, the Eustace family inherited Mayreau through marriage. With the exception of 22 acres which was sold to a Canadian family and the village (21 acres) which was acquired by the government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Mayreau remains privately owned by the Eustace heirs. Unique among their neighbors for their French-Catholic heritage, the people of Mayreau are also unique in their harmoniousness.


All real estate brokers are welcome to present our property to their clients. We will protect all Brokers and will be pleased to work with any broker who promotes our property.

Contact us for more details

Options available for interior finish

Call or email for more information

Luxury Caribbean Villas

(514) 484-8000 extension 225

Please note we operate on Eastern Standard Time

Cell phone 514-791-9530