|Lot Size||31.46 acres|
|Living Area||1,370,398 sq.ft.|
|Property Type||Private Island|
Perhaps once in a lifetime comes a chance to own a timeless piece of History. The white cliffs of High Cay on the ocean side were the first sighting of land by Christopher Columbus in 1492 on his historic journey of discovery.High Cay is a peaceful and secluded private island located just off the southeast coast of San Salvador, and is surrounded by crystal clear turquoise waters forming a wonderful protected area between the beaches of San Salvador and High Cay - an ideal playground for water-sports including kite-boarding, sailing or jet skiing.High Cay boasts three beaches and is one of a few private islands in The Bahamas that has great elevations and wonderful beaches.The island would be ideally suited for the creation of a wonderful showpiece dwelling, set high on the bluff with 360 degree views, pathways to the beaches and a dock that could be built in the protected lee of the island.If you are in the market for a private island, this one should be given very careful consideration as it is one of a kind.
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