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Castaway cove 332 a & 332 b

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412173
MLS #
2
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
CIREBA MLS LDX feed courtesy of ERA CAYMAN ISLANDS

Property Overview

  • MLS # 412173
  • Price US $423,000
  • Property Type Residential
  • Property Status Current
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Year Built 2008
  • Land area 70 SqFt
  • View Beach Front
  • Garages No
  • Block 73A
  • Parcel 39H71
  • Square Feet 1350.00
  • Den Yes
  • Pool Yes
  • Pets Allowed No
  • Foundation Slab
  • Furnished Yes
  • Floor Level 3

Property Description

Castaway Cove: Your Ticket To Paradise

  • Beach Front Placing
  • Flexibility To Optimize Rental Income
  • Privacy, Serenity, Comfort
  • Affordability With Value Added
  • True Island Feel

Beachfront Under Half A Million Bucks (Whoa)

Yes. That’s right. You can own a beachfront home in the Cayman Islands for under half a million dollars. How insane is that? This Castaway Cove residence gives you everything you need to realize your tropical beach dreams while simultaneously not breaking the bank. This is a top floor, end unit that can be optimized to capitalize on short term rentals should you choose to get into holiday lets. This residence can be marketed as a two bedroom, one bedroom or a studio residence with its own separate access door. This 1350 square foot condo has high ceilings and an updated, fresh décor. The views of the ocean are spectacular from the patio and the sand is sugary, white and oh so soft. But the extras are what make this an even better value. On site you’ve got a dive shop, pool and hot tub. You’ve got lounging areas and sandy beach to walk for days. This is a chill spot that anyone would instantly appreciate. A two bedroom, two-bath oasis that could be an earner for you provided you don’t take all the time here for yourself. Even if you did that, we wouldn’t blame you…

The East End: The Island-y Part of Grand Cayman

Ever hear how some islands lose their flavor because of overdevelopment and too much added hustle and bustle? Yeah, that isn’t the eastern side of Grand Cayman. The East End is all Caribbean Bobo! The friendliest residents here live in the East End. The area maintains a small neighborhood feel compared to the more densely populated areas surrounding Seven Mile Beach. That island feel is thanks to the area being the least developed part of this tiny island nation. We’re talking unspoiled beaches and native Cayman parrots catching the ride on the draft your jeep is making as you cruise through. Think of them as special escorts as they chatter and veer off into the bush as it so suites them. What a feeling.Have dinner at Tukka and feed a frigate bird from your hand. Visit the animal sanctuary. Go get lost down a beach trail. This is island life at its most perfect. You’re only forty or so minutes away from town but it will feel like you’re a world away. Drop your bags, hit the sand and slow way way down. This is Jimmy Buffett territory except the Barefoot Man (Google him) is usually the one plucking the guitar strings out here. Give us a call at ERA and let us explain or, even better, get on down to Castaway Cove and see what its all about for yourself.

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Disclaimer: The information contained herein has been furnished by the owner(s) and or their nominee and represented by them to be accurate. The listing company, agent and CIREBA MLS disclaims any liability or responsibility for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions in the represented information. The listing details herein are also courtesy of CIREBA (Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association) MLS and/or via LDX (Listing Data Exchange) feed. All the information contained herein is subject to errors, omissions, price changes, prior sale or withdrawal, without notice and is at all times subject to verification by the purchaser(s).

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