About this property
Nature’s Circle is located in the quaint neighbourhood of Beach Bay. The tranquil residential community is a short walk to the ocean and minutes from Shamrock Road, Hurley’s supermarket, and nearby restaurants. It is a family-oriented, quiet street boasting privacy that is ensured with protective land covenants. At nearly 0.3 acres, this land lot is home to extensive, diverse local Cayman vegetation and mature trees such as red mahogany, frangipani, and silver thatch. What’s more, the parcel is an extra deep lot, further enhancing your feeling of seclusion and privacy. Elevated at 16 feet above sea level with iron shore underfoot, this is an ideal and very affordable lot to build on - no footings required! With all the neighbouring parcels already built on, this is the last remaining land lot for sale in the area. Perfect for a young family looking to build their forever home or someone interested in an investment property. Reach out for more information. A topographical survey has been completed and can be shared upon request.
|Acreage: 0.2878||Width: 155|
|Depth: 82||View: Garden View|
Don’t shop around — shop here. Savannah has become an increasingly popular area for families in recent years, especially after the completion of Countryside Shopping Village. Only a 20-minute drive from George Town and close to schools and shopping, this area not only has clothes, but properties of all sizes and varieties. Ocean side, you will find stunning homes perched on the iron shore overlooking the dramatic south facing views. Savannah is also home to Pedro’s Castle and the Agricultural Grounds. This general area is reasonably priced and appeals to young families and those looking for an affordable new-build option — this spot is sure to grow with its new residents as they do.
A short drive out of Savannah, you will come upon the sleepy seaside village of Bodden Town, known for its history as the Island’s first capital, a favourite amongst locals. Bringing a sense of adventure to paradise, Bodden Town features several guest houses for holidaymakers, pirate caves and a world-class restaurant with water deck dining. This quiet neighbourhood has many treasures to unpack; and is as rich in history as its pirate slinging past would have you believe.