Clove Cay

Bahamas | Caribbean

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  • Size144 acres
  • Price
    • USD 18,000,000
    • EUR 15,963,107
    • GBP 13,501,596
    • CAD 22,926,215
    • SEK 164,265,165
    • CHF 16,665,484
    • AUD 25,192,976
    • BRL 100,861,298
    • NZD 26,422,136
    • FJD 37,992,196
    • CNY 114,937,567
    • RUB 1,341,173,998
    • NOK 163,047,180
    • XPF 1,908,868,393
  • LocationExuma
  • Country/State Bahamas
  • Region Caribbean

Private Island with Three Beaches in the Exuma Cays


Tropical seclusion and convenient access to civilization and air transport on Great Exuma combine to create the perfect private island opportunity at Clove Cay. Located just two miles north of Great Exuma and 290 miles southeast of Miami, Great Exuma is a 70-minute trip away via daily flights from south Florida. The 7,500 ft. runway at Great Exuma International Airport, with a major new state of the art terminal and updated FBO, can accommodate both commercial and private jets. From there, Clove Cay is just a 17-mile drive followed by a 4-mile boat ride away.

Comprised of 144-acres, Clove Cay is situated at the southern end of the prestigious Exuma Cays with barrier islands to the east creating calm, protected azure seas with deep water channels on either side of the island. Clove Cay has well over 2 miles of oceanfront with beautiful natural amenities such as tall mature trees, 30 ft elevations and three delightful beaches. The island is home to a 3,000 sq ft home and several outbuildings, now in state of dis-repair, but with a sound structure that will give a new island buyer a major head start over a virgin island. In addition, the compound offers boat ramp and a partial concrete pier.

Neighbouring islands are owned by celebrities, business moguls and are home to some of the world's top luxury private resorts making Clove Cay the best opportunity to acquire a large island in the Exuma Cays at a reasonable price.

 

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