Paradise Found – Motu Fareone, Mo’orea, French Polynesia

Apr 13, 2021

List Price: €1,768,180
Building Size:
178 sq. meters
Lot Size:
1321 sq. meters
Water Front

In 2000, Condé Nast Traveler Magazine rated Moorea as the most beautiful island in the world. Just 12 miles ferry ride from Tahiti, its incredible beauty encompasses the sand-fringed islets sitting on the reef, the stunning multi-hued lagoon that surrounds the island, including the islet of Motu Fareone, otherwise known to you as Paradise Island. It is like something out of a movie, almost too perfect to be real.

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Don’t expect restaurants, swimming pools, shopping malls, discos, or loud motorboats here – you just won’t get any. There are no roads here, only coconut groves, white coral’s sand beaches, sunsets that set fire to endless horizons, and marine worlds too spectacular to capture in words.

This is one of the very few places left in the world where you really do get away from it all. A place to share, or call your own, for sure a place where your Robinson Crusoe dreams will come true. Now dream of owning a property on this island with three separate residences. Live in one, rent out the other two: An Air BnB, perhaps a laid back Bed and Breakfast, or simply enjoy as your own private compound.

The main house is sleek and uncluttered; There’s a Zen vibe that permeates the entire experience in the house and on the grounds, as it takes full advantage of the pristine white sandy beach offering breathtaking views of the lagoon. The design offers elegant simplicity. Open walls make for a dramatic and exceptional experience, especially when the sun sets over the horizon. The main house accommodations consist of two bedrooms with a shared bathroom and dressing area. Downstairs is the open kitchen (which closes,) with an internal living/dining area and guest powder room. Back outside the large uncovered deck terrace overlooks the beach, with a central deck and deckhouse providing the quintessential al fresco dining area.

A further two small houses set in lush gardens offer separate accommodations, both having one bedroom and bathroom. The larger of the two featuring an open kitchen and living area.

The property is energy self-sufficient benefits from solar power, a generator, separate storage and laundry facilities, two large rainwater reserves, and a well, with hot water produced by gas boilers


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