Harbour House overlooks the docks of the charming and sleepy fishing village of Cherokee Sound Settlement. Cherokee Sound is home to the Bahamas only 'Shell Museum' as well as the Bahamas' longest wood dock. The 775 foot long dock harkens back to the 'old times' when freight was brought to town by dinghy and wheel barrow. This 135 yo Historic Home sits in the picturesque fishing village where time seems to have stopped turning 70 years ago. Apart from all the utility poles and electricity wires, you feel like you've stepped back in time when you walk down the narrow cement lanes. The sleepy fishing village is full of wood picket fences and front porches where the locals chat with passersby and 'shoot the breeze'. The quaint settlement of Cherokee Sound sits on a beautiful natural estuary of water that connects Yellow Wood Creek with the Atlantic Ocean. The lower floor plan has large kitchen separate living room, one bathroom, two bedrooms while the upper floor is a large loft bedroom. The original part of the home was built of Abaco Pine.
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