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Residential Crooked Island 21

CROOKED ISLAND

$360,000
MLS# 33335
This beach house is the ideal getaway for an island retreat directly on an immaculate white, sandy beach that stretches for miles. The house has a main house with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with an open floor living area that has windows throughout allowing the indoors to naturally flow to the outdoors on this expansive property. There is also a guest cottage with a bedroom and powder room and a detached garage. The unique dome structure is very strong and rated for hurricanes up to category 5. There is energy efficiency in the house also with LED lighting. The lot has 100 linear feet of white sandy beach. As a bonus there is vacant lot adjacent to this property also for sale, also 100 feet in width along the beach.This property is excellent for a family or corporate retreat, or as an investment property using vacation rentals. There is an airport less than 5 minutes away and a nearby town supplying essential items. Come and experience life at the Sea Dome.
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  • 158,558 Sq Ft

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Residential Crooked Island 21

SEAHORSE SHORES

$65,000
MLS# 33043
This residential beachfront lot is just over an acre on a fantastic beach in Crooked Island. Crooked Island is one of our least populated and more remote islands and therefore provides a surplus of unspoilt secluded beaches. This property provides unlimited potential to be developed into the second or vacation home of your dreams. Crooked Island is famous for bone fishing, snorkeling, diving and its many caves including the famous Preacher's Cave. This is your perfect for an island getaway. Call today!
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  • 43,560 Sq Ft

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About Crooked Island

These little tropical islands, approximately 239 miles (386km) southeast of Nassau, make up an undiscovered Bahamian frontier outpost. Although Acklins Island and Crooked Island are separate, they are usually mentioned as a unit because of their proximity to one another. Together the two islands form the shape of a boomerang. Crooked Island, the northern one, is 181 sq. km (71 sq. miles) in area, whereas Acklins Island, to the south, occupies 311 sq. km (121 sq. miles). Both islands, which have good white-sand beaches and offer fishing and scuba diving, are inhabited mainly by fishermen and farmers.

Columbus came this way looking for gold. Much later, Acklins Island, Crooked Island, and their surrounding cays became hide-outs for pirates who attacked vessels in the Crooked Island Passage (the narrow waterway Columbus sailed), which separates the two islands..