The Caribbean islands are a playground for the rich and famous, so it comes as no surprise that they are also home to some of the world’s most expensive real estate.
International real estate listings database Point2Homes helped us compile a list of the most expensive homes that money can buy in the Caribbean.
These houses, which cost as much as $US125 million, have all of the perks: private beaches, helipads, and multiple infinity swimming pools.
St. Barts swept the board with four homes in the list of the most expensive properties right now. Keep scrolling to see the most expensive properties in the Caribbean.
12. BAHAMAS: You can buy your own slice of Caribbean paradise for just $29 million. This four-bedroom retreat in Lyford Cay comes with a 355-foot private beachfront and a private guest house.
11. ST. BARTS: This hilltop estate, known as Villa Rose, will set you back $34.9 million. The four king-sized bedrooms are spread across three separate buildings, each with a private deck.
10. ST. BARTS: High up in the hills of St. Barts' Gouverneur area, this four-bedroom property is spread across two buildings with a shared 18-meter pool. It's currently listed for $37.1 million.
9. CAYMAN ISLANDS: Not only is the Cayman Islands a tax haven, residents also enjoy year-round sunshine. This property is listed for $39.9 million and has eight bedrooms, a gym, spa, home cinema, and a large sundeck that doubles as a helipad.
7 (TIE). BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS: This five-bedroom property, on a peninsula on the island of Virgin Gorda, overlooks the Caribbean Sea and has its own private beach. It is listed for $40 million.
7 (TIE). BARBADOS: This 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom megamansion is right on the waterfront of the western side of the island, in one of the most exclusive areas. It costs $40 million.
5 (TIE). BAHAMAS: This $45 million property on the island of Eleuthera has 10 bedrooms spread over multiple villas. It also has its own clubhouse and dock, along with a 400-meter stretch of private beach that has the island's famous pink sand.
5 (TIE). BERMUDA: The former residence of the US Consul General, this 15-bedroom mansion once hosted President George Bush, according to the listing. It's been renovated and is now on the market for $45 million.
4. ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA: Located near vacation homes owned by Oprah, Giorgio Armani, and Eric Clapton, this $49.2 million property is in one of the more exclusive parts of the island Antiqua. The main house has 12 bedrooms, and there are separate guest villas along the waterfront.
3. ST. BARTS: The new owner of this $57.8 million property won't need to cross paths with their guests unless they wish. The property is split over two villas and comes with a caretaker's cottage and three swimming pools.
2. ST. BARTS: This lavish, two-villa Caribbean estate, which comes with a private beach and coconut grove, was designed by banker Benjamin de Rothschild. Its current owner, former hedge fund manager Bruce Kovner, is asking $67 million for it.
1. BARBADOS: This 20-bedroom megamansion could be yours for $125 million. There's enough underground parking for 18 cars, and it has its own spa, health club, and coffee shop.
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