Donna Karan is selling a portion of her longtime family retreat on Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos Islands for $39 million. Fashion designer decided to sell 7 acres of the more-than 10-acre beachfront property, which she purchased in 2002, while she will keep three acres, a house, a spa, and a two pools for herself. Unsurprisingly dubbed The Sanctuary, the property listed for sale includes two luxury Afro-Balinese inspired villas, each 3,850 square feet, with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Also included in the sale are a beachfront yoga pavilion, and a dining pavilion that will easily accommodate 20 and a large, beach-side swimming pool.
The property is offered fully furnished including scads of decorative carvings collected by Karan during her international travels.
Karan’s spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal that while she “frequently vacations on the island,” she is “selling because the property is more space than she needs.”