Oil Nut Bay Featured in The New York Times
Posted by Emily Oakes — November 19, 2013
“Many of the developments being marketed to New Yorkers are in vacation areas like Florida and the Caribbean. For example, the developer of Oil Nut Bay, a community of vacation houses in the British Virgin Islands where prices range from $3 million to as much as $50 million, has been actively courting New Yorkers.”
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About Oil Nut Bay
Oil Nut Bay is an exquisite haven to those needing to escape, explore and immerse themselves in all that paradise offers—providing freehold legacy ownership and unparalleled resort experiences in a setting where attention to detail and casual elegance abound. The community features just 88 home sites spread along 300 pristine acres.
Only accessible by water or helicopter, Oil Nut Bay is ideal for families seeking the comfort, safety and seclusion of their own private island plus exclusive resort amenities and services—all only minutes from the activities and facilities Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands and the greater Caribbean have to offer.
At Oil Nut Bay, the Victor International Corporation, led by David V. Johnson, has crafted a vision for living in harmony with nature. The community affords homeowners distinctive design options for world-class architecture and responsible building. In addition, the Oil Nut Bay community incorporates groundbreaking carbon-neutral elements throughout. This combination, unique for many residential communities, demonstrates that living well and doing well for the environment can result in beautiful harmony.
Receiving international recognition from prestigious publications like the Robb Report and the Wall Street Journal, visit Oil Nut Bay and indulge in one of the world’s most secluded, most comfortable and most pristine natural settings—where the sand and sun provide the perfect backdrop to relax and renew.