Jewel Point – Royal Island

Bahamas | Caribbean

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  • Size28 acres
  • Price
    • USD 17,500,000
    • EUR 16,118,633
    • GBP 13,721,792
    • CAD 23,916,828
    • SEK 185,710,832
    • CHF 15,968,730
    • AUD 26,386,202
    • BRL 90,504,513
    • NZD 28,555,770
    • FJD 38,362,347
    • CNY 126,863,314
    • RUB 1,889,119,923
    • NOK 184,026,435
    • XPF 1,927,466,151
  • LocationRoyal Island, Eleuthera
  • Country/State Bahamas
  • Region Caribbean

Aptly named Jewel Point, this 28-acre peninsula of Royal Island is the crown jewel of the Bahamas, boasting 1.5 miles of water frontage with tremendous elevation changes resulting in an awe-inspiring 360 degree panoramic peak that cascades down to a beautiful private beach looking toward a picturesque turquoise bay and Egg Island beyond.

Jewel Point is connected via a narrow isthmus to the larger 402-acre peninsula of Royal Island that is approved for a major resort, marina and an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus, which if developed would be a huge amenity for the estate owner of Jewel Point. Originally platted as part of the development, Jewel Point has a fully approved subdivision in place should one desire to develop it; however, it is also perfectly situated to serve as a majestic single estate property.

Jewel Point is in essence its own private island surrounded by beautiful waters and located near the great work force of Spanish Wells and the North Eleuthera Airport. This crown jewel of the Bahamas will be the perfect addition to an extraordinary development on Royal Island or a rare gem of an island in its own right.

Contact the broker about this first-time offering to the public to acquire the Jewel Point peninsula of the Bahamas or to acquire the also available entire 430-acre Royal Island.

 

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