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About this property
Enjoy it all at Catalina Bay! With a beachfront area on one side, a tranquil cove on another and a total of 800 ft of sea frontage Catalina Bay is a water-lover and boaters paradise! Designed with the highest energy efficient standards, Unit #118, is a first floor corner unit with 2,048 square feet spread over 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, kitchen and living area, and gorgeous covered patios and balconies. The most amazing features of this condo are its voluminous 10 foot ceilings and the spectacular uninterrupted water views of the North Sound. Catalina Bay will enjoy exclusive amenities such as a beachfront area, 170 foot pool, kid’s pool and play zone, jacuzzi, outdoor cabanas, clubhouse with outdoor kitchen and well appointed gym, amongst others. Conveniently located steps away from George Town Yacht Club, Catalina Bay will also enjoy the Yacht Club and Barcadere Marina facilities. The project is under way with an expected completion date of late 2024/2025.
|Bedrooms: 3||Bathrooms: 3.5|
|Sqft: 2048||View: Canal Front, Water Front|
|Outdoor Features: Pool: 1|
George Town is the capital city of Cayman and at the heart of the financial services industry. Not just a warm climate but a warm welcome; George Town is home to the island’s port, with a waterfront filled with bustling tourists visiting the duty-free shops. At the figurative centre of Cayman, sits the literal centre of George Town’s residential population — a favourite among locals for its close proximity to town, grocery shopping, local schools, Owen Roberts Airport, snorkelling, diving and classic island restaurants.
Heading East from George Town, you will find the coveted South Sound. The second most sought after area on Grand Cayman to live after Seven Mile Beach (but second to none in lifestyle), this area is more relaxed than Seven Mile with a lovely mix of condos and mid to large family homes. Hugging the waterline, you’ll find luxurious beachfront villas; the perfect location for your towel to meet the sand for a few hours a day.