Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina was the first luxury, private-island resort development to be built in the British Virgin Islands in more than 15 years when it opened in February 2010. Scrub Island was the first luxury Resort to reopen in the BVI following Hurricanes Irma and Maria and has continued to go from strength to strength.
Coldwell Banker Real Estate BVI is very excited to to have teamed up with Mainsail BVI Ltd. who developed the island and is the resort management company. Scrub Islands affiliation with Marriott International, as franchisees with Marriotts Autograph Collection®, was a significant step towards enhancing the income potential of the suites and villas. The Autograph Collection® is a collection of independent luxury hotels, each with their own unique personality.
The Resort is named after its location on Scrub Island, a serene 230-acre haven situated one mile from the east end of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Scrub Island was first discovered by Christopher Columbus nearly 500 years ago while serving as a stopping point for European explorers in route to new lands. Legend has it that its name came from pirates who dropped anchor in the area to scrub barnacles off of their boats. The island remained relatively untouched for centuries.
Scrub Island is fringed by three pristine beaches that shelve gently into the Caribbean Sea. It features protected coves, nature trails and stunning scenery.
EASY TO REACH
Located just one mile off the coast of Tortola, the largest island in the BVIs and home of the capital and largest city, Road Town. Upon arrival at EIS, our owners and guests are escorted to Trellis Bay, for a 10-minute ride aboard our private luxury Powercat to Scrub Island. It is also centrally located amongst the islands that make up the BVI, making it very convenient for island hopping and exploring all of our beautiful secluded beaches and welcoming island-style bars and restaurants.
EASY TO PURCHASE
Weve put together a very experienced BVI real estate team to ensure that we make the purchasing process as simple as possible. We understand merely the thought of buying property on a private Caribbean island might result in a few sleepless nights, so we are committed to holding your hand through the entire process.
EASY TO OWN
Scrub Island offers homeowners an entirely optional, competitive rental program, designed to offset the costs of ownership. Its your home, after all, so you decide when you use it, not us. But if you do decide to join our program, then you can benefit from revenues and occupancy rates that have been consistently higher than any other BVI luxury Resort property. This is largely due to the quality of the Scrub Island condos and villas and because of the affiliation with Marriott. The Scrub Island team looks after all things marketing and maintenance, leaving you to relax and enjoy your island home.
FIVE STAR QUALITY, SIX STAR VIEWS
As its name suggests, The Reef House overlooks one of the largest reefs of Scrub Island, providing a vibrant palette of blues. As with all Scrub Island Villas, the Villa is offered fully furnished and turnkey. Interiors are equally spectacularfeaturing a spacious gourmet kitchen, elevated dining area, and generous, well-appointed living room. Luxurious bedrooms offer expansive terraces with sweeping views of Great Camanoe and the dramatic outcropping of Governors Point. And for the quintessential BVI experience, the Master Bedroom features an enchanting outdoor shower.-Master suites, each with a king-size bed, large bath, and a separate seating area.
Master suites, each with a king-size bed, large bath, and separate
Lavish bathrooms with walk-in rain showers, soaking tubs, double-
sink vanities, and
private water closets
Full gourmet kitchen with raised marble breakfast bar
A spacious living room that opens to the main terrace
Separate dining area
Private plunge pool or an infinity-edge pool
Comfortable outdoor furniture for relaxing and entertaining
Superior appliances including dishwasher, washer/dryer, Wolf range,
Endless views of the Caribbean and surrounding islands