A luxury property on Harbour Island comprised of 3 residences - Java House, Java Cottage and Java Hut. Of the 3 separate buildings, the Cottage is one of the island's oldest properties, built in the late 1700s from traditional Abaco pine, while the House was constructed of native limestone in the mid 1800s, the Hut, a self-contained 1-bedroom cottage was built in 2012. The property sleeps 17, is close to the shops and restaurants of Dunmore Town and the island's peaceful bay and Pink Sand Beach. House has 5 bedrooms, modern kitchen, open plan drawing room, dining room, outdoor bar and seating area, sleeps 9. An upper deck offers stunning views of the bay. Downstairs has cinema room, games room and pool table. Cottage has 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6. With alfresco dining and a crow's nest, offering views of the island. In a separate building, The Hut contains a double bedroom with an ensuite shower room and an open plan kitchenette/living area. The pool pavilion offers a kitchen, bar and outdoor dining space. The ultimate in island living perfect as a bonus income rental property.
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