The name Nevis is derived from the Spanish word nieve which means snow. Christopher Columbus gave the name to the island when he discovered it in 1492, due to the clouds on top of the mountain that he could see as he approached. This unspoiled island offers visitors the opportunity to experience the Caribbean as it should be. The climate is consistently pleasant and there are no monolithic hotel complexes, congested beaches or frantic commercial centres.
The setting for these villas-the beautiful coconut-lined beachfront- is steeped in history. This area known as Nelsons Spring is named after British Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson who would stop at the spring to take on fresh water for his ships during the 1700s. This whole ecological area is maintained in its entirety and the development is landscaped to preserve and encourage flora and fauna to flourish in their natural environment. The villas consist of an 8 building two-story townhouse complex strategically positioned on over 3 acres of prime beachfront property.