180 acres surrounding the deepest undersea cave in the world, Dean’ Blue Hole on Long Island,
Bahamas. Dean’ Blue Hole plunges 663 feet and is wrapped by 60-foot cliffs adjacent to a calm
protected bay, perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
As confirmation this is one of, if not THE, most extraordinary beach locations in the Caribbean, in 2010 Dean’ Blue Hole was voted a Top 77 Finalist in a two-year worldwide campaign to determine the “7 Natural Wonders of the World” www.n7w.com. In comparison, the only site in the U.S. to make the same list of 77 Finalists was the Grand Canyon.
Harrington International and award-winning luxury home builder,
McGarvey Development of Ft. Myers, FL
(www.mcgarveycustomhomes.com), have formed a partnership to
develop a luxury boutique resort & spa on a breathtaking 5-acre
property featuring ocean frontage on two sides.
In addition to it ‘s remarkable natural beauty including high elevations and gorgeous white sand beaches on both the Atlantic and leeward shores, Stocking Island is extremely well-located just one mile from the capital of Great Exuma, Georgetown, in the middle of Elizabeth Harbour ‾ one of the most popular sailing destinations in the Caribbean. Construction planned to commence in 2012.
A 93-acre property located just one mile south of
Dean‘s Blue Hole featuring another geographic
anomaly in which two coral reefs have combined
to form an almost perfectly symmetric, crescentshaped
bay providing calm, protected water in a
natural “swimming pool”.
The property includes 1,125 feet of beachfront and a 60-foot ridgeline parallel with the shore offering dramatic views for a potential development. The site has been approved for a 40-unit boutique hotel and 226 townhomes/villas. Acquired in 2010.
Located 270 miles southeast of Miami in the most
prestigious island chain in the Caribbean, the
Exuma Cays, this 145-acre private island features
over 2 miles of coastline including gorgeous
beaches and an extremely unique 1/4-mile peninsula
all surrounded by calm, turquoise water.
The Exuma Cays are home to an impressive list of celebrities and billionaires including Johnny Depp, Bernard Arnault (Forbes #4), Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, John Malone, Barbara Johnson (J&J) and numerous others. Acquired in 2006. Listed with Engel & Voelkers at $22 million.