Nestled into the South Sound coastline of Grand Cayman, the new luxury residential community of Casa Luna is the ultimate place to call home.
This breathtaking beachfront village is an idyllic blend of Caribbean living, Old World-inspired architecture and tropical landscaping.
The intimate development comprises 18 secluded villas, all with large terraces and direct views of the sea.
Each residence is multi-level and either a three or four-bedroom design, set in a lush, individually-styled garden.
Casa Luna will feature a white sand beach with private swimming coves and amenities including an infinity pool, Jacuzzi and gym.
The villas are fitted to extremely high specifications with sleek and opulent interior design.
In the kitchens, appliances have been chosen for optimum quality and performance with a top-of-the line, free-standing range, oven, fridge/freezer, wine-cooler, dishwasher and washer/dryer.
The bathrooms boast Kohler furnishings for timeless style and elegance, while throughout the residences Brazilian hardwood and natural stone flooring provides the highest form of function and elegance.
The developers, Javelin Holdings, have taken their inspiration for Casa Luna from Cayman’s beautiful island environment, with echoes of the Tuscan countryside.
Following extensive research of the land on which Casa Luna is being built, the strategy is to create a residential environment that encompasses the natural surroundings and to build a village that truly fits in with the island’s landscape and heritage.
To ensure this holistic vision is achieved, the developers have put together a team of local professionals to interpret their plans.
Before laying the groundwork for the project, it was important to the developers that the team should spend time learning about the elements of the environment specific to Casa Luna.
This took into account the prevailing winds, sun shading, land elevation and the development’s coastal location, as well as its urban neighbours.
The goal was to understand how to harness those aspects of the climate and geography that add value, while mitigating their harsher characteristics and protecting the sensitive marine environment.
As a result, the leader of the design team has been able to orientate the houses to channel the wind and limit exposure to the sun, so that the homes are energy-efficient and cost-effective for both the developers and homeowners.
Porches, balconies, windows, and doors have also been positioned so that they have the advantage of both shade and views of the sea.