Turks and Caicos Welcomes Cliffside Residential Resort

Grace Bay Resorts has launched sales for Rock House, a Mediterranean-inspired collection of cottages, homes and suites with unparalleled views.

By Alyssa Gautieri

The Rock House, the first residential resort in the untouched limestone cliffs of Providenciales’ north shore, is introduced by developer Mark Durliat. With hope to elevate island living in Turks and Caicos, Rock House will feature 41 studio suites, one- and two-bedroom cottages ranging from 600 to 1,750 square feet and priced from $600,000 to $1.4 million.
The first phase of Rock House is slated to be complete in 2020, with a second phase of homes to follow. The second phase will include four additional four- and five-bedroom single-family estates.

“We are re-imaging what it means to escape to the islands, and buyers are responding. Twenty-five percent of the homes have already been reserved,” said Mark Durliat, CEO and co-founder of Grace Bay Resorts. “With an exclusive location in the upscale residential neighborhood of International Drive, Rock House will deliver an elegant property with timeless appeal that cannot be found in a traditional oceanfront condominium.”
The property will include personal plunge pools, private outdoor terraces, bathrooms with outdoor private shower gardens, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors to maximize the views of the island’s turquoise waters.

Set upon a hilltop, Rock House’s signature restaurant will blend into the site’s natural beauty while offering dazzling views of the archipelago’s barrier reef and Atlantic Ocean. Other amenities will include a relaxing spa, energizing fitness center, tennis courts and winding jogging trails.

Photos courtesy of Rock House