Caribbean Island for sale £90million

9 Jun

If you ever dreamed of following in the footsteps of billionaire Richard Branson by owning your own island in paradise, now is your chance – if you are willing and able to splash out a cool £90million.

One of the most expensive private islands in the world, Cave Cay, in the Caribbean, Bahamas, has come on the market. You can arrive in style by air or sea as it boasts its own airstrip and a super-yacht friendly deep-water harbour.

And once there, you’ll find it quite easy to relax as the private retreat – a breathtaking 70,000-square-foot stretch of land – is set among crystal-clear turquoise waters and comes with unspoilt sandy beaches.

The new owner will be able land their jet on the 2,800 ft airstrip, or anchor their superyacht in any of the 36 dock slips in the deep water harbour

The breath-taking 70,000 sq ft stretch of land is in a prime location for billionaires looking for a private resort to call home.

Situated in the heart of the Exuma Chain, in the Southern Bahamas, the breath-taking 70,000 sq ft stretch of land is in a prime location for billionaires looking for a private resort to call home

Not only that, but Cave Cay,  in the heart of the Exuma Chain, is completely self-sufficient, with water and power supplied by diesel generators, and solar energy can easily be made available.

For owners making an entrance by private yacht or plane, the new owner will be able land their jet on the 2,800 ft airstrip, or anchor their superyacht in any of the 36 dock slips in the deep water harbour.

Perched atop one of the highest points on the island, the luxurious main house is ‘move-in’ ready and enjoys 360-degree views of the entire island.

The lucky island owner will be able to take a leaf out of Branson’s book and dream up their ideal island retreat, as the island comes with planning permission to build 38 new buildings.

Cave Cay is approved for use as a private residence or a commercial operation, with the potential to be transformed into the ultimate getaway for the mega rich, or a super luxury resort for decadent holiday makers.

Not only does it come with planning permission to build 38 new buildings, the island comes with a team of six employees who are intimately familiar with the area

Forget having to lift a finger during your stay; the island comes with a team of six employees who are intimately familiar with the area.

The 222 acre island, on the market with Vladi Private Islands, lies next door to Musha Cay – David Copperfield’s privately owned island – and is described as one of the most beautiful spots in the world.

Pedro Arez, director of Vladi Private Islands, said: ‘Formerly a British colony, Cave Cay is one of the most beautiful spots in the world, with a ready-made beach compound, airstrip and harbour, and wide scope to build more luxurious developments.

‘At £90m, it’s one of the most expensive islands on the market and is naturally unaffordable for most.

‘But with its very high end structures and buildings, and enough space for 38 new buildings, it’s the perfect billionaire’s getaway.


At £90m, Cave Cay in the Bahamas (see left) is one of the most expensive islands on the market and is naturally unaffordable for most but with its very high end structures and buildings, and enough space for 38 new buildings, it’s the perfect billionaire’s getaway

Perched atop one of the highest points on the island, the luxurious main house is ‘move-in’ ready and enjoys 360-degree views of the entire island

‘However, you would need a lot of money to develop and sustain life here.

‘Neighbouring Musha Cay is actually owned by Magician David Copperfield, so the area is very sought after by the rich and the famous.

‘Simply nothing is ugly here – it’s a ready-made paradise.’

Richard Branson owns Necker Island in the Caribbean, which can be hired at a cost of £1,000 per person, per night.

Neighbouring Musha Cay is actually owned by Magician David Copperfield, so the area is very sought after by the rich and the famous

Relax on your private porch overlooking the Ocean on Cave Cay in the Caribbean, Bahamas 

Approved for use as a private residence or a commercial operation, the island could be transformed into the ultimate getaway for the mega rich, or a super luxury resort for decadent holiday makers

A sandy beach on Cave Cay which has the potential to be come a paradise resort or a luxury private retreat for a lucky investor

Necker island in the Caribbean, owned by Sir Richard Branson. To rent the whole island cost £1000, per person, per night

 

Source: Daily Mail

 

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