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About this property
The mature Royal Palms and well-designed landscaping must create a visually stunning entrance. It's impressive to know that the land has been elevated to 13 feet above sea level, which could offer advantages in terms of flood protection. The combination of a potential home site and a working farm is appealing, providing both residential and agricultural opportunities. The presence of two working wells on the property is a valuable asset, ensuring a reliable water source for irrigation and other purposes. The caretaker's cottage, with one bedroom, one bathroom, and a kitchen is a convenient feature, offering a comfortable living space while the main residence is being built or as additional accommodation. The abundance of mature fruit trees, including mangoes, tomatoes, star fruit, papaya, breadfruit, avocado, banana, sour sop, and green onions, adds tremendous value. It not only provides a beautiful landscape but also the potential for personal consumption or even a small-scale commercial operation. Considering the increasing demand for farmland in the area, it's advisable to schedule an appointment promptly if you're interested in this unique property. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this little gem! *Map image taken from Cayman Lands and Survey
An opportunity to invest in Cayman’s next best. The East End and Frank Sound areas offer a combination of farming and residential areas and are up and coming markets to watch. Wide open spaces give way to wide entertainment options, with the Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park and the Blue Iguana sanctuary to name a few of those enriching the area’s parkland.
Further to the east is the sleepy town of East End; and with superb diving, fantastic views and equally impressive cuisine this is the idyllic island town of your dreams. These districts not only boast their own newly built school, but the acclaimed Health City, Shetty Hospital close by. A once in a lifetime opportunity, the market is just starting to climb in East End and Frank Sound. And with more new development on the horizon, the sun won’t be setting in this sleepy town anytime soon.