About this property
Isabela Estates is a residential subdivision on the south side of Cayman Brac, offering spacious land lots with unbeatable hurricane protection and privacy. The community is comprised of 26 parcels ranging between 12,000-13,000 square feet, the ideal setting for a getaway home, a peaceful bed and breakfast or a great land investment opportunity. Located seconds from Isabela Estates, The Le Soleil D'Or Inn was recently purchased and rebranded as a unique Caribbean Farm Inn attracting a new luxury tourism audience. Prior to the pandemic, the Brac was operating at an all-time high for tourism, with all hotels and private homes being sold out. And since the borders reopening, the islands have returned to record-setting tourism numbers. Cayman Brac is the idyllic and rugged gem of the Cayman Islands, where you will be able to build your true hideaway island home at a nominal price. With the exponential growth and development in Grand, the Brac has become an even more attractive place to invest. The serene eco-friendly lifestyle brings us back to true "Island Time" with limestone caves, rare and unique indigenous flora and fauna and countless adventure opportunities in and out of the Caribbean Sea. It's here you'll experience true calm and private island living with world-class diving, rock-climbing, deep sea fishing, bird watching, and so much more. Reach out today to learn more about this investment opportunity, building in the Brac, stamp duty concessions, and how to secure your piece of "The Rock".
|Acreage: 0.28||Width: 124.88|
|Depth: 103.03||View: Inland|
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.