Travellers Rest

$5,249,000
Cable Beach
Listing #20806
MLS #37477
Lot Size6.18 acres
Property TypeCommercial Building, Commercial Lot, Restaurant
LocationNassau/New Providence, West N.P., Cable Beach

Traveler's Rest is an iconic Bahamian landmark. This restaurant, with it's prime commercial location, has stood the test of time with over 40-years of operation. We are proud to offer this once in a lifetime ownership opportunity to potential investors. This commercially zoned property encompasses 6.18 acres of land with panoramic ocean views. Much of the property is vacant land ready for further development. Traveler's Rest is located directly across the street from the beach with beautiful unobstructed ocean views and just minutes from the airport. The property is currently developed as two restaurants with a substantial amount of vacant land but future potential uses include commercial resort or office development and much more. Do not miss this opportunity to own a piece of Bahamian history.

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