BIRD CAY: This 230-acre tropical island is located at the south end of the Berry Islands chain, just 30 minutes by air from Nassau. The island is well protected on all sides by neighboring islands and sand banks. Chub Cay lies just west of Bird Cay and offers an excellent marina, a private resort club, restaurants, and a 5,000 foot airstrip with a customs and immigration. Proximity to the Great Bahama Bank and the Tongue of the Ocean makes this an excellent fishing, sailing, and scuba-diving paradise. Bird Cay has a duty free approvals and is presently under development with 12 cottages, owners house, 2 warehouses, solar field, desalination plant, deep water ramp for building material and several pieces of heavy equipment. With over 4.75 miles of water frontage, Bird Cay offers sandy beaches, crystalline waters, spectacular ocean views, numerous trails, tropical palms, as well as citrus and coconut groves. CAT CAY: a 37-acre private island, located at the northern tip of Bird Cay, Berry Islands. Cat Cay has a beautiful sandy beach and untouched tropical plants and foliage.
Courtesy of The Bahamas MLS.
The data relating to real estate for sale/lease on this website comes in part from a cooperative data exchange program of the Bahamas Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in which these Brokers participate Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA). The properties displayed may not be all of the properties in the Bahamas MLS database, or all of the properties listed with Brokers participating in the cooperative data exchange program. Properties listed by Brokers other than this Broker/Agent are marked with the IDX Symbol, indicating an agreement to exchange property information. Detailed information about such properties are noted as Courtesy of: The Bahamas MLS. Information provided is thought to be reliable but is not guaranteed to be accurate. You are advised to verify facts that are important to you. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, or for their use or interpretation by the user. This information is protected from unlawful duplication by copyright.