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The Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands, Sri Lanka presently some of the places where a personal island move away is waiting for you

Calvigny Island, off the coast of Grenada

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The Calivigny Island Beach House combines Balinese and French Colonial design in almost 140,000 square feet of living space—that's ten bedrooms, a variety of dining areas both formal and casual, a game room with billiards, a huge, completely staffed, professional kitchen, and a stocked wine cellar.

Derwent Island House, Lake District, England

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This 1840s Italianate house is situated on a wooded island (known in earlier times as Vicar’s island) in Derwent Water. In 1778 Joseph Pocklington bought the island and built a house, boathouse, fort and battery, and a druid temple

The Island Villa, Weligama, Sri Lanka

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Balconies, verandas, steamy gardens, a time without end pool, your own private staff and chef—plus, you're on your own island in the middle of the Indian Ocean.

Seagrape Cottage, Little Thatch Island, British Virgin Islands

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Little Thatch is a 54-acre, in private owned island just southwest of West End, Tortola. You can absolutely get away from the world here: Stir up a drink from the wet bar and lie back in the hammock, or use the accessible fishing and snorkeling gear and hit the water.

Musha Cay, Bahamas

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All we need to say is: 150 acres of your own private steamy land, and 10,000 square feet of mansion (split over five houses—five houses!). But if you insist on inquiry more about the Exuma Chain Island owned by magician David Copperfield, we'll spill.

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

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You and your 27 other guests will be totally alone on this isle (which is owned by Richard Branson). Spread out in the eight bedrooms of the Great House and the six private Balinese Houses, lie on one of two beaches, go windsurfing and kite surfing, take out a kayak, swim in the freshwater pools, or hit the tennis courts.

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