According to the 7th World Happiness Report, Mauritius is ranked as the happiest country in Africa, at number 57 of the 156 countries that were evaluated. Between the filao tree-fringed stretch of coastal road next to Mont Choisy Beach and the fields of sugar cane that once represented the main driver of the Mauritius economy lies an extremely valuable pocket of land that has been transformed from sugar estate and farm into luxury residences for discerning buyers.
Mont Choisy La Réserve is the third phase of the well-known development – Mont Choisy Golf & Beach Estate, approved under the Smart City Scheme and registered with the Economic Development Board of Mauritius as regards licensing for sales to foreigners. An investment of USD 500 000 or more secures permanent residency for them and their immediate families while they own property on the island.
What do property investors get when they buy there? A luxurious home environment they’ll be loathe to leave except to explore more of this tropical island’s treasures. Rooted in heritage, which is another USP, the world-class residential estate boasts spacious private villas and apartments filled with light and views of the immaculate greens and indigenous landscape dotted with volcanic rock, the Peter Matkovich-designed championship golf course, swimmable lagoon, terrace pools (or a plunge pool if you’re fast enough to secure a penthouse) and a range of leisure amenities.
The clubhouse is a drawcard for residents and members who want to relax in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, socialise with friends and family, and relish the comfort and services you would expect from an upmarket club, which includes a well-stocked Pro Shop for all your golfing needs. The pièce de résistance just might be the Mont Choisy Beach Club with its magnificent views of the sparkling Indian Ocean and endless opportunities for lounging, tanning, walking or running along this pristine stretch of white sandy beach.