Set amongst tropical landscaping in the prestigious community of Lyford Cay this beachfront lot offers a stunning and unique opportunity to custom build your dream home with unobstructed views of the Clifton Bay. Situated at the end of Bayswater Lane this large parcel of land comprises of 1.52 acres which allows flexibility and space to build a main residence that would capture the stunning sea views leaving ample room to add cottages, a tennis court, etc. This property also benefits from being the only singular lot that boasts both beachfront and canal front. On the canal there is a 100- foot floating dock. Along the beach there is wooden deck, privacy wall, a recently built retainer sea wall as well as a groin which helps create a private beach area and cove. There is perimeter fence and main gates. Landscaping has also been added with various indigenous trees and coconut palms. The property faces due west benefitting from the most beautiful sunsets. Clifton Bay is also a natural shelter for yachts in the winter and so there is always a pretty aspect.
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