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About this property
This location has one of the most outstanding views in Grand Cayman and this Villa is one of the few point properties with unobstructed views of the beautiful sea looking out towards Stingray City. Gardens of the Kai is located in Cayman Kai and have only 16 single-family homes that share the expansive 380 ft of beachfront. Villa 1 was remodelled and has hurricane-rated windows throughout to make it safe, bright and airy. The dining, kitchen and living room all have sea views. The views from the primary suite are unsurpassed and so are the views off of the private screened-in lanai where you can enjoy your morning coffee or watch the colours of the magnificent sunsets at the end of each day. Gardens of the Kai are sought after as they are successful as a short-term vacation rentals making an impressive income. Each Villa comes with a storage closet located by the pool. Within walking distance to Kaibo, Starfish Point, Rum Point and Bio-luminescence Bay. The Villa presently has long-term renters that will be vacating in June, so at least 24 hrs notice is required. Short term rentals then resume in July.
|Bedrooms: 2||Bathrooms: 2|
|Sqft: 2000||View: Beach Front|
|Outdoor Features: Pool: 1|
Exclusivity is redefined in North Side and Rum Point — where backyards are elevated to private beaches, and car spaces exchanged for boat docks. Here, home buyers are presented a rare opportunity to purchase a tranquil piece of paradise to themselves, with breath-taking views inevitable and a luxurious lifestyle expected. Real estate in these areas is idyllic for holiday homes and those looking to retire in a secluded, private and peaceful neighbourhood, away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. There is also a selection of mid to lower range homes available on the inland side, and numerous plots of promising land in paradise. Rum Point and Cayman Kai have a relaxed holiday feel, with properties overlooking quiet beaches and the much-loved bio-bay not to be overlooked itself.