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The island districts

(Canal) front of mind.

The perfect place to coast through the days (on the coast, naturally), West Bay takes suburban bliss to the next level. One of Cayman’s older residential districts situated north of the infamous Seven Mile Beach stretch, this area is largely made up of residential spaces. And while the area may be situated on the westside of the island, its lifestyle is front and centre; with winding tree-lined streets, a true island feel, and a wide variety of properties ranging from small family homes to luxury estates, condos and land.

Located just outside of West Bay, trading front porches for private canals, you’ll find neighbourhoods such as Governor’s Harbour, Snug Harbour, Canal Point and Crystal Harbour (and it doesn’t take much to sea the difference). Close proximity to Seven Mile Beach and Camana Bay. Convenient grocery shopping, retail and lifestyle stores abound. This area of Grand Cayman is also a boater’s dream, with a small selection of waterfront homes and condominiums directly on the North Sound, making waves in the local real estate scene.

The Difference:

(Canal) front of mind.

Median USD price

$959,756

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The local experience

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Less tour, more guide.

To help you picture life on the island, we offer a relocation tour that takes you through your future day-to-day. Think: your local grocer, schools, gyms and medical centres. Expect everything you need to know, and none of the classic tour guide feel. Get in touch to enquire about available dates, booking times and to schedule your tour at least 14 days in advance.

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A tourism advertisement outside your window.

Winning hearts and awards alike — Seven Mile Beach was voted the “Best Beach in the World” in 2015, and is the most popular and well-known area in Grand Cayman. More than just a pretty face, it offers easy access to various amenities, restaurants, and retail shops, making it a true taste of island paradise (one as delicious as our Cayman delicacies at that). Home to luxury resorts, condominiums and hotels, Seven Mile Beach is the heart of Cayman’s tourism scene. This is an ideal area for beachfront condominiums, holiday homes and investment opportunities for residents that enjoy easy access to the ocean and the island lifestyle that comes with it. With a host of restaurants, shops, nightclubs and water sports activities to enjoy, Seven Mile Beach offers Caribbean luxury living at its very best in one of the safest countries in the world (dependant on your Jet Ski skills, of course).

The Difference:

A tourism advertisement outside your window.

Median USD price:

$3,044,578

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A home of capital in the capital.

George Town is the capital city of Cayman and at the heart of the financial services industry. Not just a warm climate but a warm welcome; George Town is home to the island’s port, with a waterfront filled with bustling tourists visiting the duty-free shops. At the figurative centre of Cayman, sits the literal centre of George Town’s residential population — a favourite among locals for its close proximity to town, grocery shopping, local schools, Owen Roberts Airport, snorkelling, diving and classic island restaurants.

Heading East from George Town, you will find the coveted South Sound. The second most sought after area on Grand Cayman to live after Seven Mile Beach (but second to none in lifestyle), this area is more relaxed than Seven Mile with a lovely mix of condos and mid to large family homes. Hugging the waterline, you’ll find luxurious beachfront villas; the perfect location for your towel to meet the sand for a few hours a day.

The Difference:

A home of capital in the capital.

Median USD price:

$1,041,337

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Suburban paradise meets island paradise.

The prospect of elevated living in Prospect and Red Bay? As sure as the tides roll in (and you enjoying them from a beach-side happy hour). Just a short commute from the city centre, these largely residential areas feature a variety of home and living options. With both high and low-density areas, various luxury canal front homes as well as affordable family homes, this is the place for those looking for a suburban oasis (within the larger Cayman oasis, of course). Red Bay features the Grand Harbour shopping centre and supermarket, as well as its own primary school and large sports centre — making it popular with George Town commuters and families alike.

The Difference:

Suburban paradise meets island paradise.

Median USD price:

$2,358,427

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A property selection as rich as the local history.

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.

The Difference:

A property selection as rich as the local history.

Median USD price:

$709,756

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Some people have porches, you’ll have beaches.

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.

The Difference:

Some people have porches, you’ll have beaches.

Median USD price:

$2,038,335

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Be ahead of the curve coast.

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.

The Difference:

Be ahead of the curve coast.

Median USD price:

$1,434,678

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Live large on a small scale.

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.

The Difference:

Live large on a small scale.

Median USD price:

$55,671

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