The first-ever cliffside residences in Turks and Caicos are almost here

Vacationing in paradise is such a tease — The right amount of sunshine, relaxation and gorgeous scenery can make leaving and going back to our 'ordinary' hometowns and cities extremely difficult.

But aside from multi-million dollar estates and lavish resorts, finding affordable and comfortable living conditions on a getaway-centric locale is nearly impossible.

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But from the looks of the newest development by Mark Durliat of Grace Bay Resorts, this daydream will soon become an attainable reality.

Enter Rock House, the first ever residential resort that's being built right into the limestone cliffs of the Providenciales area of Turks and Caicos.

Aside from being totally Instagrammable, Rock House will be quite practical, reasonably priced and full of views and amenities that will make your everyday feel like a constant vacation.

Take a look at the stunning Rock House development below:

The development will feature units ranging in size from studio suites, one and two bedroom cottages (ranging from 600 to 1,750 square feet) and four to five bedroom homes to be completed in a later phase of construction.

Studio suites will all come with private terraces with jaw-dropping views of the 100-foot infinity pool, one of the development's focal points.

The cottages will range in price from $600,000 to $1.4 million and will include unheard of amenities, such as personal plunge pools, private outdoor shower gardens and floor-to-ceiling lass windows.

Other onsite amenities include a spa fitness center and tennis courts, in addition to a secluded beach and jetty which can be accessed via built in steps down one of the ancient limestone cliffs.

CEO and co-founder of Grace Bay Resorts, Mark Durliat, shared the budding (and already-expressed) interest in the new property:

"We are re-imaging what it means to escape to the islands, and buyers are responding. Twenty-five percent of the homes have already been reserved. With an exclusive location in the upscale residential neighborhood of International Drive, Rock House will deliver an elegant property with timeless appeal that cannot be found in a traditional oceanfront condominium."

The first phase of the developments is set to wrap up in 2020, with the second phase expected shortly thereafter.

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