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About this property
Every oceanfront-property faces the setting sun. Western facing land is as rare as pink diamonds here. Only a few thousand feet on the entire island face West, largely sheltering from passing seaweed and sargassum flows, while enjoying unobstructed views of the setting sun. West View Estates is sited on high ground, with a ridge up to 24 feet above sea level facing the ocean, sheltering the high ground park front lots behind. Despite its size (10 square miles) and population (fewer than 170 permanent residents), Little Cayman enjoys a worldwide reputation among serious divers, and visitors seeking real world amenities and infrastructure in terms of banking, food, water, and electricity found on larger islands. Just 30 minutes from Grand Cayman and 7 minutes by air from neighboring Cayman Brac, Little Cayman is served many times each day by Cayman Airways express. Inland properties enjoy deeded access to the ocean as well as a 3.7 acre community field-park, the largest on the island! 1.5 miles of flat leisurely bike ride to beach resorts, restaurants, food and fuel. Less than 500 meters from the Little Cayman Port Authority dock where building supplies arrive. West View Estates is ideally located!
|Acreage: 0.7552||Width: 93|
|Depth: 351||View: Water Front|
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.