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Ever wanted to live at a luxury resort in the Maldives? Now you can…

Ever wanted to live at a luxury resort in the Maldives? Now you can…

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Have you ever arrived at the last day of your sun-kissed holiday, slumped yourself over a bulging suitcase, and announced to anyone who’s listening: “I wish I could live here?” Well, if you’ve been luxuriating at one of Soneva’s glamorous beachside properties – now you can.

The world-class resort operator welcomes guests (and non-guests) from all over the globe to become full-time residents in the Maldives under the Soneva Villa Ownership Scheme.

Become a resident at a luxury resort in the Maldives
See yourself living here? Properties at Soneva in the Maldives start from US$3 million.

The Maldives awaits

Priced from US$3–15 million (AU$3.8–$19.2 million), the properties are sold though a renewable leasehold, ensuring that the keys to your home-away-from-home are ready and awaiting your arrival whenever you decide to touchdown.

Fully serviced and maintained by Soneva, including all property repairs, groundskeeping and furniture updates, the carefree days of pure white sand between your toes and an enviable holiday glow never have to end. 

Soneva properties for sale in the Maldives
Private residences include multiple bedrooms, a swimming pool and direct beach access.

Currently on offer from Soneva are a selection of properties located in two of the world’s most unspoiled natural havens in the Maldives: Soneva Fushi in the Baa Atoll and Soneva Jani in the Noonu Atoll. 

Some of the luxury residences are hidden among lush tropical jungle, with multiple bedrooms and a private pool, while others are perched blissfully over the region’s dazzling azure waters.

One thing’s for sure, though – the eco-friendly residences are all heavenly and waiting for you to unpack your bags.  


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Become a resident at a luxury resort in the Maldives
Plunge into the glittering private lagoon via your own waterslide.
Soneva properties for sale in the Maldives
Residences and villas are serviced by Soneva’s world-class team.

Have you ever arrived at the last day of your holiday, slumped yourself over a suitcase, and announced to anyone who’s listening: “I wish I could live here?”

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