Leaf Cay is a Freehold, 15-acre Private Island with 3 white sand beaches situated in the center of the spectacular Exumas Island chain of the Bahamas Archipelago. Conveniently located 2 miles east of Staniel Cay. The Island is connected to the main power grid of the Bahamas Electric Company via an insulated, underwater cable running from Staniel Cay. Located in the most desirable region of the Exumas, this private island is minutes away from Staniel Cay with a public 3,000-foot runway with commercial flights from South Florida and Nassau. The Island currently has approval in principle for a resort development consisting of 8 condominiums, 7 villas, 16 over water bungalows, a 30 slip marina plus helipad. Existing are 19 buildings, houses, a dock, storage areas, roads, underground utilities, construction equipment, workshops, and materials that could be restored or removed. Only 2 miles west of Staniel Cay, a short 5-minute boat ride and 75 miles southeast of Nassau, and 48 miles from Great Exuma, the largest of the Exuma islands. A special Island in a great location.
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.