Most Expensive Home in U.S. Virgin Islands Is a Castle Fit for Royalty
For decades, Countess Nadia de Navarro-Farber cut a larger-than-life figure among New York’s upper crust, donating millions of dollars to philanthropic causes across the city and around the world. The mansion she built on the Caribbean island of St. Croix, known as “The Castle,” is just as large and audacious as its owner.
Three years after her death, at the age of 98, Navarro-Farber’s 9,500-square-foot, Moorish-style mansion is on the market for $15 million. It’s officially the priciest property in the U.S. Virgin Islands right now.
The Castle sits high on a hill above the St. Croix Yacht Club, with views of Buck Island, a 176-acre national monument that remains undeveloped. The house has six bedrooms and six bathrooms and looks like the gleaming white castles you might find in Morocco or southern Spain, with large archways, domes, and intricate tile work….Read More
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