East end acreage
CIREBA MLS LDX feed courtesy of ERA CAYMAN ISLANDS
- MLS # 409513
- Price CI $399,000
- Property Type Land
- Property Status Pending/Conditional
- Lot Size 3.97
- Land area 75 SqFt
- View Inland
- Block 67A
- Parcel 37
- Square Feet 0.00
- Width 250.00
- Depth 767.00
- Zoning Agriculture/Residential
- Road Frontage 100
East End Acreage, Space and a Place to Roam
- Large Parcel
- Few Neighbors, Absolute Privacy
- Agricultural/Residential Zoning For Flexibility
- Own A “Big Chunk” Of The Cayman Islands
Caribbean Country LivingHere’s your chance to bite off a huge chunk of Cayman Islands country style living. This property is a whopping 3.9+ acres in size and can be utilized for anything your heart desires. This land would be perfect for a hobby farm and home or just a farm. Or just a home? You can decide, as the property is zoned agricultural/residential. Having a farm here on Grand Cayman is a rare and special thing so if that is what you are thinking this is the perfect property for you. There is enough space for a livestock paddock, horse barn or a garden/vegetable growing operation. Maybe a solar farm? Whatever trips your trigger Bobo. Just want some peace and quiet? This will work for that too. There are very few neighbors in the area so privacy would be at its peak on this East End acreage. There is a hundred feet of road frontage off of High Rock Drive so access to the property is easy and convenient. The parcel is 250 ft. x 767 ft. in size. As tiny island nations go, that is a big swath of land to own. Get in on it and own a nice swath of a very exclusive island nation.
The East End of Grand Cayman: ExplainedThe East End of Grand Cayman is a special place. There is a more traditional island feel out here. You get that feel but there are also plenty of activities to keep you entertained. The best way to explore the East End is by car but folks do find their way out here by bicycle and boat. The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is a must see. Expect beautiful displays of flora and fauna as you wander around the grounds. Be sure to visit to the Blue Iguana breeding facility to see and learn how the Cayman Islands and, more specifically, the staff of the park saved them from extinction. Exploring the area is a must. There are tons of secluded alcoves and beach spots that are miles away from any prying eyes. Along with secluded beaches and stunning views of the sea, you’ll likely find yourself gazing at the site of the Wreck of the Ten Sail. This is a shipwreck that happened just off the shores back in 1794 and has a delightful story that’s interwoven with no taxation and the bravery and generosity of the people living here at that time. The East End is the “Island-y” part of the island of Grand Cayman. It is the least developed and least disturbed area. It’s what Cayman used to be and it holds onto the essence of what tropical island life is. If this sounds inviting, grab yourself a chunk of it. You won’t regret it.
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).