Along with lush greenery, sea, and sand, the island does have a house for you to stay in, so you won’t have to rough it on the beach.
The nine-bedroom main residence has four-poster bed, massive living areas, and fancy bathrooms, as well as a large pool – you know, in case you get bored of swimming in the ocean.
‘A once in a lifetime incredible private island,’ states the listing. ‘Little Pipe Cay is a very rare, freehold, private island for sale in the most beautiful part of the Exumas island chain.
‘With raw natural beauty as a foundation, the current owners have, over the last 15 years, thoughtfully moulded and created the perfect private island home in one of the most naturally beautiful island chains in the world.
‘Little Pipe Cay is the crown jewel of the Exumas and one of the top private islands in the Bahamas, if not in the Caribbean.’
Alongside the main house there are other homes and cottages, which you could easily rent out for visitors.
‘All have incredible seascape views and some overlook or are on the edge of one of the pristine private beaches,’ says the listing. ‘There is scope to add further accommodation if needed.’
Well, it doesn’t hurt to have more houses, does it?
And yacht owners can rest assured – there are ‘a number’ of suitable places to moor, with several hundred feet of dock frontage.
The island is accessed directly by sea plane from the private Odyssey Terminal on New Providence, adjoining the International Airport at Nassau, where there are 10 commercial flights a day from Miami.
Private planes or charters can also land at Staniel Cay close by, where a short, but beautiful boat ride connects to the island.
It’s just 270 miles from Miami and Palm Beach, so a reasonably easy weekend trip if that’s where you’re based.
If you’re keen to buy the island and have the money handy, you can put in an offer through Rightmove. Can you invite us out there when you do?
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