In the heart of the island paradise of New Britain, a small, elegant villa is nestled in a corner of a green, sand-covered hilltop overlooking the surrounding lagoon.
The place has a modern, high-end look and feels like it could easily be the home of the royal family.
The island has a population of just under 2,000, including more than 10,000 in the villas surrounding it.
The owners have built a huge garden, a beautiful courtyard, a tennis court and a swimming pool, all within easy walking distance.
They’ve even built a community centre with an indoor and outdoor gym, tennis courts, a pool, sauna, hot tub, saunas, gym, spa and fitness centre.
While the island is quite isolated, the owners have been working hard to make the villa a family-friendly place to visit.
A large, open courtyard that could be used as a family meeting room.
A heated outdoor pool with a sauna.
A small, open, two-bedroom guest house, with a kitchen, dining room and dining area.
A walk-in laundry and a heated, large, enclosed laundry room.
And a gymnasium, which has an indoor, heated gym.
With the addition of a swimming pond, this small island villas playground has become an absolute paradise for the kids.
When you walk through the villageway, you can hear a gentle rustling of trees, and it’s just as easy to imagine the island as a large, expansive lagoon, with all its beauty.
It’s not long before you notice that there is no electricity in this island, and this means that the villahas electricity is always on.
This means that a large solar panel can power the island villamates house, making the entire village look like a miniature Disney World.
In addition, there are two small golf courses on the island.
The first, which is located in the middle of the village, is only used by the residents.
The second is used for private events, such as weddings and family gatherings.
And the last one is used to run a few local businesses.
The villas owner, Maria Vila, who lives with her husband, Peter, and their three children, has been living on the islands island for more than 30 years, and she’s loved every minute of it.
She told The Globe and Mail, “I’ve lived on this island for nearly 30 years and I’ve never had any problem with electricity, I’ve had no problem with water.
I think it’s a very good thing that this island is so remote that we can have so much freedom here.
The kids enjoy the island, the parents enjoy it.
I don’t want to be away from them, I just want them to be able to come and enjoy it as much as they like.”
Vila also added, “We’ve always had our own kitchen and we don’t have to use any appliances that we didn’t like.
I’ve always made sure that I’ve kept everything clean.
And we have our own washing machine.”
This is one of the reasons why the owners chose to go to the island for this project.
“It’s just a small project.
It wasn’t big enough for me to build a large villa like the villaues, but this is one small project that I would have loved to have been able to do,” she said.
With just two years left on her lease, the villager plans to keep her villas energy efficient and keep the island’s unique and diverse flora and fauna in mind.
The two villas owners hope that their project will inspire other families in New Britain to look beyond their own island and to make their own small, special, and unique villas.
With that in mind, Maria and Peter Vila are now considering expanding their villas by building a second villa.
They hope that it will be a great place for the local people, and for tourists, to come.
They’re also looking for a more traditional villa that could accommodate the guests’ wishes.
“There are a lot of small villas in New England that are quite small, that aren’t very comfortable for families,” Maria Vella said.
“But this is a place that can accommodate two people, which will be perfect for us because it will have a small garden and we can keep our animals in the garden.”
For more information on the villabes project, please visit the villavillaproject.ca Facebook page.