The property covers 6.25 acres with 1,120 ft of Sea of Abaco shoreline and 85 ft of the most protected of Eastern Harbour frontage ideal for deep water dockage. Unimaginable unspoiled beauty where words cannot even begin to relay the history, and describe the uniqueness of this absolutely breathtaking piece of land. Since Bill Lee first set foot on this MOW property at 3pm on the 9th February 1946, and shortly thereafter completed his purchase, little has changed. Difficult to believe but true. The seemingly endless horizon stretches from the reef on the Atlantic side, to Elbow Cay + Hope Town Light house and to the protected waters of the Sea of Abaco. Feeling the cool breezes coming from the surrounding waters one's mind goes to the 4 generations of Lees who have called this place home, and to the future owners who will soon build the home(s) of their dreams. The next owner will likely choose to take advantage of the modern facilities now offered on the Cay but also be the beneficiary of the exceptional skills, cleanliness and unchallenged friendliness of the locals who live there.
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