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Water Cay, Water Cay Turks And Caicos Islands
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Perhaps The Finest Private Island Opportunity in the Caribbean ~~ Long admired and coveted by residents, tourists, investors and developers, Water Cay is now available for sale to investors and developers prepared to move quickly to secure perhaps the finest private island development opportunity in the Caribbean. Water Cay is, by far, the closest and most easily accessible private island in the Turks and Caicos – just a five minute boat ride from Leeward Channel Marina, which is 15 minute car ride from Provo International Airport, which is currently under expansion and improvement. With a dedicated dock location secured and the completion of Blue Haven Marina, Water Cay represents the finest in private island living without the hassles of longer boat trips or plane rides.
Water Cay offers 435 acres and nearly 7,000′ of prime northern beach and ocean front with translucent waters Ecological wonder – with the uninhabited Half Moon Bay beach and Little Water Cay to the west and the sparsely populated Pine Cay and its flawless beaches to the east. The glorious Water Cay beaches, waters and their surroundings have been the subject of many a prized photograph and superlative throughout the years. The gentle and rolling ridge line along the north shore and other areas of the cay provide the perfect foundation for luxury to ultra-luxury development. This two mile long ecological wonder boasts a striking shoreline, with jaw dropping beaches, sandy cliffs, crystalline waters, gentle elevations, indigenous palmettos, southern flats, and adjacent Half Moon Bay, Little Water Cay (Iguana Island). It has long been admired for its beauty and easy access – truly the best of two worlds The southern and eastern boundaries are mangrove wetlands tidal flats featuring world class bone fishing and eco-exploring. All around the Turks and Caicos, the islands have experienced a real estate revival with investor and developer activity as the destination continues to attract international investors from around the world, including the US, Canada, Europe, Russia, Asia and South America. The outer islands in particular have seen increased activity with the revitalization of the West Caicos Molasses Reef project, the launch of the Villas at Great House on South Caicos, the sale of Joe Grant’s Cay, new development on Grand Turk as well as substantial interest in re-igniting the Dellis Cay project. In addition to this activity, real estate sales are significantly increasing on South Caicos, Parrot Cay and Pine Cay. ~~ Click on the Virtual Tour Tab to view our 12 page brochure.
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