Iconic Peninsula in The Bahamas on the Market for $23 Million
The iconic Gun Point peninsula in Eleuthera, The Bahamas is now on the market, Caribbean Journal Invest has learned.
The 80-acre peninsula, which includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms across the property, is on the market for $23 million.
Set on the tip of North Eleuthera in The Bahamas, it’s a unique, historic, sprawling property with some history to boot.
“Gun Point would be best used as a private residence, that would enjoy the ultimate privacy and seclusion, while being able to enjoy the beautiful mainland to access key essentials such as the airport, shops and restaurants,” says Timothy Smith of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate MCR Bahamas Group. “The property was originally gifted to Lord Beaverbrook from the crown after his service to England during,” Smith says. “Being given any property of his choice, Gun Point was the property that he selected.
It can also be developed as a boutique hotel or resort, Smith says.
And in the age of increased social distancing and a rising demand for private-island real estate, this is just about perfect.
The property includes a 4,000-square-foot main residences, along with a 2,500-square-foot guest house and a tennis court, among other amenities.
All the infrastructure is already in place: electricity, roads and a backup generator system, along with a 210,000-square-foot water catchment system.
Perhaps most notably, Gun Point has its own 175-foot dock that can accommodate large vessels — and has room for expansion.
“This property is a boater’s paradise and is located in a great location which does not require traveling long distances to island hop to other nearby islands,” Smith says.
Gun Point stretches for approximately 80 acres, with miles of sandy beach, and is easily considered as the trophy property of the area.”
For more, visit Gun Point.