As far as we know, no one has written a song for the tenor banjo, titled “Moonlight in Jube Bay” or “My Jube Bay Baby”. They should.
Jumby Bay is a perfect postcard private island outside Antigua (four hours from New York and two and a half hours from Miami).
However, if you are only a little bit close to making millions, then you already know.
This club-style high-end island-Champagne is a local carnival, golf carts dominate the road, provide exquisite dinners by default, and the cost of one night’s accommodation has increased from 3,500 US dollars to more than 10,000 US dollars-since then, it has been a British nobleman A haven for Greenwich financiers and Hollywood tourists was first developed in the 1
Although it allows reception of 28 floating resort bungalows (now managed by the five-star Oetker Collection) only in the central clubhouse, Veranda restaurant on the balcony and the Casamigos pop-up tequila bar opposite to accommodate a small number of outsiders, But the 300-acre island was awarded 56 exclusive tropical estates.
These spacious castles are owned and occupied by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, David Sainsbury, Oprah Winfrey, and former “rich and famous lifestyle” icon Robin Leach.
There are even rumors that this elite island has left Princess Diana in the cold for fear of unnecessary publicity.
However, according to Andrew Robson, Jumby’s real estate liaison, the island is not far from providing the world with “no vacancies” due to the interest caused by the epidemic.
“I think COVID is prompting people to take action.” Robson said, noting that only six houses (names like Banana, Sea Breeze and Whisper Palm) on the entire island are still on the market, asking prices between $9.5 million and $28 million. “We experienced a December that started with an explosion and never relaxed. The plan will be sold out this year. We have never encountered a situation where there is nothing to sell.”
Prices are expected to leapfrog, but one thing Jumby will not change is that it is absolutely at ease for billionaires who have significant spending.
Robertson said: “It’s very underestimated.” “It’s not a shining place. For some people, it’s not as dazzling as they want. But for others and those who end up here, It is perfect and comfortable in itself.”