This 4.3 acre property with 300’ of ocean front on the south side benefits from the only one of the few all season docks on the island. Located just East of Lower Harbor on the exclusive Rose Island this property boasts 300’ of the best private cove beach. The property has been extensively developed during the past 10 years. The main house with 720 sq. ft. of interior living space plus a 300 sq. ft. porch providing fabulous unobstructed beach and ocean views consist of an open plan kitchen and living room, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom plus a loft/mezzanine room was built with high-end finishes and fixtures and tastefully furnished. Adjacent to the main living house is a 335 sq. ft. Self-contained cottage with a bedroom and ensuite bathroom. The third building consists of a large bedroom with a 400 sq. ft. workshop/garage and 80 ft.elevation lookout tower offering 360-degree views of the ocean and white sandy beaches of Rose Island. Other features include Solar panels with lithium batteries which require no maintenance. The lithium batteries power the property except for the split system AC units and icemaker. In addition is a 7KW super quiet Kubota diesel generator + 3.5KW standby generator in the event of a cloudy day. Freshwater is provided via two water cisterns, 11,000 & 4,000 gallons.
This property would make an ideal family compound and qualifies for Bahamian Permanent Residency in a favorable tax environment that The Bahamas offers. Or could be a commercial development with ease of access to the Island via a helipad.
Located just 20 minutes from Nassau and only accessible by boat, Rose Island is world-renowned for its unspoiled natural beauty. This pristine rustic island features miles of white sand beaches, turquoise waters teeming with tropical fish, stingrays and sea turtles and hilltop elevations of up to 60 feet above sea level. Rose Island’s laid back charm invites weekenders and daytrippers alike to unplug, unwind and disconnect, combining an authentic Family Island experience with the convenience of accessibility to the mainland of New Providence.