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Blue Moon House For Sale
 

$395,000.00

Blue Moon Bluff House, Apartment, Acreage for Sale

Located on Central Cayman Brac Bluff this cement block house features Approx. 2873 Sq Ft. First floor offers 2 bedrooms 3 baths, 2 living rooms, […]

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765_8
 

$330,000.00

Beach Cottage on Large approx. 2.29 acres for ONLY US $330,000

This beautiful oceanfront cottage offers a huge lot 2.29 acres with approx. 193 feet of oceanfront and a large bluff side parcel that could be […]

1671 total views, 1 today

579_1
 

$725,000.00

Unique Cozy Sea View Log Cabin/comes with Beach!!!!!

Unique South Coast Sea View Log Cabin House for Sale with additional Beach lot Dolphin Lookout~ built on an elevated rock, approx. 14ft above Ground […]

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Eds house
 

$339,000.00

Brac Bight Beach House ONLY US $339,000

Beautiful Sea-Side home in the Bight on the North Coast of Cayman Brac. Sea view from every room in the house and two large decks […]

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106A90
 

$230,000.00

2 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom, Bluff Edge Home with amazing Ocean Views | Paradise...

Location: Cayman Brac, Watering Place Bluff Cost Price: $230,000 CI (Open to Offers) A stunning view of the ocean from the safety of Cayman Brac’s […]

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Barefoot Brackers
 

$285,000.00

Beautiful 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath House, One Lot from SEA!

This stunning home located on the South Side of Cayman Brac features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, two living areas, a private back porch and […]

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783_1
 

$799,000.00

Located on the South Side Bluff Edge this large 3,466 sq.ft home

Located on the South Side Bluff Edge this large 3,466 sq. ft home features 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 car garage,  with additional maid […]

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784_9
 

$79,000.00

Brac House priced to sell quickly at ONLY CI $79,000 ****

Come see this lovely secluded hideaway located in the Creek area. Priced to sell quickly at ONLY CI $79,000.  The home is within walking distance […]

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IMG_7087
 

$426,829.00

Three houses on a large 2.75 acre lot

Three houses on a large 2.75 acre beach lot with approx.. 149ft beach frontage and approx. 1060-1080ft in depth. Two are currently rented which makes […]

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782_1
 

$59,000.00

West End, Cayman Brac house ONLY CI $59,000

Charming Fixer Upper Studio Home with tons of potential. Modify this “little house” to live in as you build your dream home and use after […]

1565 total views, 1 today

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