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About this property
Kings Point Condominium, In the Southeast of Cayman Brac. Kings Point’s luxury 2 bed, 2.5 bath oceanfront condominiums are uniquely designed to withstand the elements and integrate both the bluff and Sea that creating an environment distinctively Caribbean. The kitchen comes fully equipped with wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite tops. The condo comes fully furnished with a custom designer furniture package and is wired for telephone, Internet & cable. The condo has a private patio downstairs and a private balcony off the master bedroom upstairs, which allows you to have a great view of the blue ocean. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, and the master has a platform soaking tub with an oversize shower. Very low strata fees. The ground walkways are unique concrete with a design pattern with natural color. Beautiful and lush landscape outdoor areas with a unique pool in the middle of the condos. Also, there is an area exclusive for divers to keep and rinse their diving equipment. Call today for a viewing or ask for a video tour.
|Bedrooms: 2||Bathrooms: 2.5|
|Sqft: 1400||View: Water Front|
|Outdoor Features: Pool: 1|
Limited in size, not benefits, the tranquil islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman each offer their own unique lifestyles. World-class adventure at a local level, Cayman Brac is situated some 90 miles northeast of Grand Cayman and is well-known for its pristine diving, hiking trails and fishing. The property prices in Cayman Brac offer great value for money, and when you’re living in a priceless kind of paradise, that’s saying something.
Little Cayman, the smallest of the three islands with around 200 residents, is a quiet space where vacationers can scuba dive, bird watch or simply unwind at their own pace. With iconic tourist spots such as Bloody Bay reef — a world famous dive destination with an incredible sea wall that drops down thousands of feet just off shore — the size of this island may be small, but the tourism appeal certainly isn’t.