Relaxibay - 120' of beachfront property plus Canadian cedar log cabin and guest cottage nestled in the subdivision of Pigeon Cay; situate on the northwest side of Cat Island where stunning sunsets adorn the horizon of the Caribbean Sea. The main house with vaulted cedar ceiling is perched on top of a partial basement where 2,200 gallon water tank is housed along with half bath and laundry room. The main house provides 2 ensuite bedrooms, living/dining room combo and kitchen. Each room has ocean views; bedrooms extend to covered porch and then to an open wooden deck connecting to the gazebo overlooking the turquoise shoreline. The detached guest cottage and single car garage is equipped with its own 300 gallon water tank. Features include split a/c units, tiled floor, guttering and hurricane shutters. Great locale for water sports or simply relaxing; it is very quiet. The Island is rich in culture and is the country's highest elevation of 206ft above sea level. The rake 'n scrape music is celebrated annually and daily air lifts are available to and from Nassau. Furnished, kayak, car.
Cat Island 20 acres looking at the lake and next to the ocean. Plus there is an awesome blue hole behind the this property which is captivating and beautiful and it is very close to hotels and restaurants. It is an investor's dream.
Untainted by tourism, lovely Cat Island is the sixth-largest island in The Bahamas. The fishhook-shaped island -- some 48 miles (77km) long and 2/3-4 miles (1 to 6.5km ) wide -- lies about 130 miles (209km) southeast of Nassau and 324 miles (523km ) southeast of Miami. (Don't confuse Cat Island with Cat Cay, a smallish private island near Bimini.)
It has one of the most pleasant climates in The Bahamas, with temperatures in the high 60s (low 20s Celsius)during the short winters, rising to the mid-80s (low 30s Celsius) in summer, with trade winds making the place even more comfortable. It is also home to some 2,000 residents, among the friendliest in all of The Bahamas.With its pristine virgin beaches, the island is beautiful to see, yet little-visited enough that it remains relatively inexpensive and undiscovered.