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Anguilla @ Revolution & Resilience

Amongst my most joyous eras on Anguilla was my first decade on island (1977 to 1987) as all of the heroes and foot soldiers (male and female / young and old) of Anguilla’s Revolution (1967 to 1969, in the main) were alive and kicking–the Revolution (which was supported island wide and was fundamentally free of […]

Anguilla’s Virtuosity

Good Morning, As the recent announcement copied below relating to Anguilla’s acceptance as part of the Virtuoso family reconfirms, the island is poised for a substantial increase (perhaps a “boom”) in tourism arrivals / villa rentals / real estate sales / etc., over the next few years–as such please let me know how I might […]

Anguilla’s Covid Requirements Are Easing: More Joy / Less Restrictions

Good morning,As a delightfully quick follow up to my previous newsletter that  announced Anguilla’s access and stay restrictions would soon be eased, please see the below confirming the easing that has been approved–as such Anguilla continues to move forward sensibly and respectfully, two hallmarks of the society in general.  Please let me know how I […]

A Most Intriguing Opportunity

Celestia, Shoal Bay East Beachfront, Anguilla This unique offering is ideal for an unparalleled beach front residence and / or rental opportunity as there are two distinct two bedroom / two bathroom villas directly on the beach on Shoal Bay but situated far enough back from the high water mark and high seas to be […]

West Indian Style

Good morning, In keeping with the theme of my last newsletter wherein I previewed homes designed in a modern style on Anguilla, herein we’ll take a look at homes designed in a traditional vernacular of which there aren’t many to my chagrin as I quite like the nomenclature–in fact, my office is in The Historic […]

Modernity on Anguilla

Good morning, One of the joys of having moved to Anguilla so long ago (43 years ago now) was how healthy but premodern the island was—no centralized utility electricity or water / very few paved roads / limited land line phone service / one gas station (but many drums of home based “gas sellers” scattered […]

Easy Access / Enticing Options

Getting to and enjoying Anguilla As Anguilla reopened its borders to tourists on November first, and as I fortunately had guests arrive into my Shoal Bay villa that very day, I can confirm the Anguilla entry and access process is quite painless–as such, nothing in our protocols should delay or deter your arrival. While St […]

Bubble Bopping

Moving while immobile Good morning,As Anguilla (along with a few other islands, such as Nova Scotia) remains covid free, escaping to a covid free island from the apparently imminent winter covid ravages as predicted for The States and Europe must be (I’d imagine) appealing (and perhaps of paramount importance) to anyone who can conceivably get […]

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 […]