Does Royalty tickle your fancy? The story goes that while the Duke & Duchess of Windsor enjoyed travelling the Bahamas the Duke's vessel encountered trouble and had to dock in Cherokee. While the former King of England, Edward, and his beloved wife Wallace Simpson spent a few days in Cherokee Sound waiting on parts to arrive from Nassau they found respite in this cottage in the centre of the town. Now the historic 100 year old Mabel's Cottage has been lovingly restored by the fine Cherokee craftsmen as well as being modernized with all new electrical and plumbing. The 3 bed home would be a fantastic vacation rental adding to the character of the quaint settlement of Cherokee Sound. The township watches over a beautiful natural estuary of water that connects Yellow Wood Creek with the Atlantic Ocean. Cherokee has a friendly 'mom & pop' grocery store, a fuel station/dock, community boat ramp and dock and most importantly it is proud of the world famous longest 'long dock' in the Bahamas.
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