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When he’s not galavanting across time and space, billionaire Richard Branson loves to unwind on his private island. A seemingly uninterrupted paradise, the Virgin founder’s Necker Island is a lap of luxury few will ever have the funds to indulge in, but just two miles away on Branson’s other private island Moskito, the door is ajar. The billionaire has just confirmed that two new luxury villa estates on the exclusive land body have been made available to the public for buyouts starting this month.

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Virgin Limited Edition has added the Point Estate and The Oasis Estate to its ongoing portfolio of ultra-luxury retreats. Housed on the 125-acre island that is also home to the 11-room Branson Estate, the new villas are loaded with stunning features and available to rent now.

While there are differences between the two, both cop sweeping ocean views and access to a communal recreational area dubbed the Beach House. Here, you’ll find an infinity pool and bar, a tennis pavilion, dining spots, and a private beach.

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Specifically, the Oasis Estate is designed for the ultra-modern enthusiast. Situated on the highest point of Moskito Island, the Estate features a four-storey main house, complete with multiple bars, including one you swim up to.

Once you’ve dried off, it’s time to head inside for a game of billiards or a movie in the theatre room before heading out to the rooftop deck to take in the 360-degree views. You’ll also find three individual guest pods perched at the edge of the estate, alongside an 812-square-foot master guestroom.

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The Point Estate, on the other hand, is a mixed bag of design influences. Perched on the cliffside overlooking Virgin Gordo, the main home is inspired by Sir Richard Branson’s many travels. With an expansive deck that opens out into an unparalleled entertainment hub, this estate, much like the man behind it, is hard to ignore,

“Moskito Island is the newest jewel of the Caribbean; a truly one-of-a-kind escape. When Richard purchased the island in 2007, he was able to draw inspiration from his beloved Necker Island and instil some of the incredible designs and qualities that have made it the success it is today,” Jon Brown, CEO of Virgin Limited Edition, told Forbes.

“But what makes Moskito Island so wonderfully different is its personality and charm – a result of not only Richard’s vision for the island, but a fusion of other like-minded homeowners, their ideas, and unique vision for the island too. Those visiting will now be able to enjoy the privacy and glamour of a private island with the choice of some of the very best rental estates in the world, each with their own individual style and offering.”

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Starting in October, The Point Estate and The Oasis Estate will officially become available for exclusive buyouts through Virgin Limited Edition, but don’t think they’ll come cheap. Rates start from USD$17,500 per night (AUD$23,500) with a four-night minimum stay. Of course, this includes an Estate Manager, a private chef, a dedicated staff, all meals, drinks, water sports, and a personalised itinerary.

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Image: Virgin Limited Edition

Image: Virgin Limited Edition

Image: Virgin Limited Edition

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