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Anguilla’s Tuscan Treasures

Cliff side Mediterranean Style on Anguilla Good morning, An interesting design style that is embodied in a number of expatriate owned homes on Anguilla pays homage to Tuscan architecture, whereby the beauty of the style lies in combining “modern and classic elements that conjure up Old World Europe”.  Interestingly this motif was introduced to Anguilla […]

Gardens, Graciousness & Revolution

Gardens, Graciousness & Revolution by Scott L Hauser Painting by Sir Roland Richardson Good Morning, About a decade ago while having drinks on the verandah of a home that a couple built on land I helped them purchase two years previously, we began to chat about gardens and gardening whereby the wife was quite concerned […]

Old Tyme Anguilla

Old Tyme Anguilla by Scott L Hauser   An Anguilla Jollification Scene (Alex Lomax, photographer) Good morning, Insofar as the Xmas / NYrs holiday season is often a time for reflection, this holiday season I’ll reflect on Olde Tyme Anguilla, which I’d define as the period between the ending of the Revolution with the landing […]

Anguilla Architecture & Archetypes

ANGUILLA ARCHITECTURE & ARCHETYPES Good morning, For those of you whose email addresses I added since my first newsletter of the 2019 / 2020 season, please know that my introductory Blog (as well as numerous other articles I’ve written over the years) can be found on and is entitled “Anguilla Awakens Again”—reading it may […]

Anguilla Awakens Again

Good morning, As Anguilla enters its 2019 / 2020 season, I’ll be a bit more regular with my newsletters as having disposed of so many of my ancillary business (to wit: FedEx General Service Provider / Xerox Distributor / Lavazza Distributor / Bistro Proprietor / etc.) I now have more time to focus on real […]

Anguilla’s Glorious (To Me) Revolution / 50 Years Hence

Anguilla’s Glorious (To Me) Revolution / 50 Years Hence Anguilla’s Glorious (To Me) Revolution / 50 Years Hence The article below by Martin Hannan is a nice commemoration of the (to me) glorious Anguilla Revolution–especially dear to my heart as Ronald Webster (The Leader of the Revolution and The Father of the Nation) was my father-in […]

Goodbye Sotheby’s / Hello ProRealty

Goodbye Sotheby’s / Hello ProRealty Goodbye Sotheby’s / Hello ProRealty and Good morning and welcome to my first ProRealty (AXA) Newsletter, After 15 years of affiliation with Sotheby’s International Realty, I decided not to extend my relationship with the brand–as such I’ve built out a new (and I believe much more appealing) website reverting to […]

A Heartfelt Disclaimer

A Heartfelt Disclaimer All of the posts after this “Disclaimer” were written by me for Anguilla Life magazine (now defunct) starting in 1992 and ending in 2010 with the earliest article being the very first post with the most recent article (albeit 9 years old now) being the one right after this—while some of the […]


ANGUILLA’S PRICING PARADOXSomewhat akin to the chicken or egg trauma that has plagued mankind for centuries (as in “Which came first?”) Anguilla now suffers from a similar time line dilemma—over priced properties or an underperforming market (again, “Which came first?”)…personally I believe the chronological question is ultimately immaterial in both scenarios. Chickens and eggs are […]


THE REAL ANGUILLA?THE REAL ANGUILLA? Over the last few months I’ve found myself intrigued by the notion of the “Real Anguilla”—not with regard to politics, society or culture (which are outside the scope of my real estate oriented articles) but with regard to development and architecture…so let’s have some fun. THE REAL ANGUILLA? Prior to […]