If you'd like to see what paradise looks like, ArchitecturalDigest.com has a feature on the private island that TIM MCGRAW and FAITH HILL own in the Bahamas. There's also an interesting story on what it took to build everything.
When they bought the island there were just a few thatched-roof buildings and a lot of bare land. That's it. And since it's a private island, there's no city to provide facilities like water and electricity. They had to come up with all of that.
Faith said, quote, "We set out to build a house. We had no idea we had to [construct] everything else. We basically had to build a little town." They even had to build houses for the staff to live in while they were doing construction.
Obviously, they're thrilled with the finished product. Tim says, quote, "Every time we go there. Every time we land the plane and walk onto the beach and head up to the house, we turn to each other and say, 'This is the best place in the world.'"
“Every time we land the plane and walk onto the beach and head up to the house, we turn to each other and say, ‘This is the best place in the world,’” @thetimmcgraw says of the Bahamian home he and @faithhill built for their family. The home is actually a collection of 8 distinct “pavilions” connected by thatch-roof loggias and essentially runs as a small town since it is the only property on the island. Get a closer look through the #linkinbio Photo by @wabranowicz