No sales information. Summer from $29,505 - $36,500 /week The Holidays from $136,500 /week Winter from $45,000 /week Prices are based on # of Bedrooms rented [?] View all rates Enjoy a larger house at 1- or 2- BEDROOM rate. Many villas allow renting a fewer number of bedrooms at lower prices Villa Sandyline, also known as PIE SAN, is a 6-bedroom villa located in Hillside/Terres Basses within a short walk of the beach and minutes from shopping. Overlooking the Caribbean Sea amid verdurous gardens, this hillside, fully air-conditioned villa presents a blend of Provencal architecture with Philippe Starck contemporary interiors.The entrance hall features a tropical reef aquarium and leads to the expansive living areas and pool terraces with western-facing ocean views. The spacious great room comprises 2 living areas with extensive leather sofas and a dining area, which comfortably seats 12 guests underneath a chandelier. Adjacent to the formal dining area is a grand piano, while a well equipped, gourmet kitchen is located off the great room. Each bedroom has a satellite TV and ensuite bathroom. Five of the bedrooms have king-size beds, while 1 bedroom has 2 single beds. A well-equipped gym with free weights, a rowing machine, and more complete the interior. The impressive exterior is perfect for entertaining with 2 heated pools, fountains, a sun deck with loungers and parasols, a gazebo, water slide, an infinity Jacuzzi, and an air-conditioned covered terrace housing shaded lounge areas. A nearby tennis pavilion features a cushioned, all-weather court. This non-smoking property also comes with an automatic generator, a gas grill, gated entry, billiards table, a steam room, pool toys, and WiFi. This property is wheelchair accessible and only available during the Christmas and New Year holidays. This villa requires a $10,000 security deposit. Villa Sandyline, or PIE SAN, comes with house cleaning services six days a week. During the December holidays, the villa rents at full occupancy rates regardless of how many bedrooms are used.