The White Pavilion majestically sits atop a peninsula at the exclusive St. James’ Club with commanding views of St. James Bay to the east and Mamora Bay to the south. This four ensuite bedroom property was designed by notable architect Andrew Goodenough and has since attracted international attention due its neoclassic architecture. The White Pavilion utilizes key features of this period such as the classic white columns, continuous balustrade enclosing the outdoor living spaces and pool lounge area. This gives the villa a stately and grand ambience.
The White Pavilion, considered to be one of the most prominent private residences within the gated community of St. James’s Club, boasts an exquisite 180-degree ocean and landscape view. The villa features high pickled wood coved ceilings, arched French doors and windows and complemented with a grand living room. The spacious interior is exquisitely furnished with antiquities, which lends to the villa’s elegance and charm. The grand living space extends to an expansive balcony and inground pool which offers a surreal view of the bays. One can also enjoy a sundowner from the plunge bath.
The kitchen offers ample countertops and custom cabinetry with a French window which provides a view on the dining area. The dining area is a perfect space to hosts a sumptuous dinner for up to ten (10) persons.
The master bedroom is located at the eastern wing of the villa to bask at a beautiful sunrise. The second bedroom enjoys a private balcony and its own captivating views. The two ensuite bedrooms on the western side also offer private balconies and are positioned to enjoy sunsets depending on the time of the year. The furthest room is detached from the main house offering optimal privacy. There is a fifth room that could be utilized as an office or guest bedroom.
Owners at this sought-after address can access amenities at the St. James’ Club to include floodlit tennis courts, croquet lawn, swimming pools, spa, and wellness center.
The White Pavilion is a 12 minutes’ drive to the historic English Harbour, the Yachting Capital of the Caribbean and home to Nelson's Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. English Harbour expands to more than 15 square miles of Antigua’s south coastline. The national park is the island’s center for heritage and distinct historic architecture with surrounding scenic views at Shirley's Heights and beaches such as Pigeon Point, Galleon Bay and Windward Bay.
During April-May and November-December when the yachting community comes together for events such as Antigua Sailing Week and the Antigua Yacht Show the area comes alive. Besides sailing, the area offers outdoor cafes, live entertainment at bars and nightlife hotspots featuring our top bands, an array of gastronomic restaurants offering exquisite international and local cuisines.