A Pirates Life
As featured in the New York Times, this property is a top rated vacation retreat!
A rare find, on the cove of Gregory Town, Edge of the World Properties offers a two bedroom, two bath main house with 3 income producing rental cottages.
An inviting waterfront with stone stairs to Caribbean Cove below. the upper deck for relaxing in the sun or watching the quaint village life of Gregory Town.
Wonderful interior features of the home are the beautiful vaulted ceilings, bar and island decor and antique touches throughout.
The main house large cistern water tank and pump along with backup generator system for entire property.
Each cottage has it's own charm and privacy. loved by all that visit! The pool is simply perfect and rounds out the total package for this once in a lifetime opportunity!
Contact us today for an appointment to view.
- Beach Waterfront
- Children Allowed
- Guest House
- Hill Top View
- Pets Welcome
- Storm Shutters
Real Estate Company : HG Christie Real Estate
Established in 1922, H.G. Christie Ltd. is the oldest and most extensive real estate service in The Bahamas and because of our consistently high level of service, we are also the exclusive affiliate in The Bahamas of Christie's Great Estates, the real estate arm of the world-renowned Christie's Auction House.
We have an incomparable collection of listings for your consideration, and we would be pleased to help you discover your own way to enjoy Elegant Island Living.
Real Estate Agent : Rhonda Waton
- Rhonda Waton
- 242-332-3404 (office) 242-359-7019 (cell)
Sales Associate Rhonda Waton brings an intimate knowledge of the sea through family roots stretching back through centuries in Abaco and Spanish Wells, and from a great deal of personal experience. Before joining HGChristie in 2004, Rhonda was associated with BASRA (Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association) first as a volunteer, then as a rescue specialist, and then as Control Officer and Office Manager. Rhonda achieved certification in Terrestrial Navigation with The Bahamas School of Marine Navigation, As part of her responsibilities for BASRA, she worked hand-in-hand with the United States Coast Guard, US Naval liaison to the Bahamas, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, and the Royal Bahamas Police Force, locating and organizing rescue of a lost loved one at sea, tracking down a relative sailing in the islands, or guiding a lost fisherman home. Born in Nassau, but with a rich heritage from Abaco and Spanish Wells, Rhonda attended St. Andrew's School, moving to Canada for several years. She then returned to Nassau to attend St. Augustine's College.