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2.31 Acres
 

$230,000.00

Sea View Home for Sale with 2.31 Acres and Private Road!

This home offers a stunning view of the ocean from the safety of Cayman Brac’s amazing bluff. This home features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an […]

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$325,000.00

Affordable South Coast Beach house ONLY US $325K

South Shore Established Rental Beach. Seafeather is a beautifully decorated beach house that features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Sleeps 8! Located on the South […]

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$333,000.00

Perfect Affordable Beach house

Perfect Affordable Beach house for Sale approx. 2,300+sq ft., The kitchen has white cabinets, appliances and granite on the counter and large cooking/serving island. House […]

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789_1
 

$115,000.00

South Side Cottage ONLY US $115,000

South Shore Road to Bluff Cottage for Sale. The perfect get-a-way house. Built in 1995 and located on the South Side East Road. This cottage […]

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$999,995.00

Perfect Secluded Get-a-way house on the bluff in Cayman Brac

Perfect Secluded Get-a-way house on the bluff that is so nice you will never want to leave. This property features 2 detached homes with a […]

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767_11
 

$225,000.00

Affordable SEA View House !!! WOW

Beautiful Ocean View house on a large approx.. .74 acre lot which is large enough for a second home or pool. This like new house […]

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766_1
 

$349,000.00

Turtle Run beautiful oceanfront home

Turtle Run This beautiful oceanfront home approx. 1400 square feet 3 bedroom, 2 bath and with a huge oceanfront dining, living and open kitchen layout. […]

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$950,000.00

Beautiful well-built South Shore Beach House

Beautiful well-built South Shore Beach House on large well maintained approx. 1.69 acre lot with approx. 230ft of beach with a small cement jetty into […]

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661_1
 

$385,000.00

Beach house with 2 apartments on 1.39 acre!

Built in 2000 This one is a great buy for a beach house and 2 apartments. Located in North East Bay on large approx. 1.39 […]

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736_13
 

$295,000.00

Secluded Beach house with Apartment for Sale!!

Brand new in 2010. Top floor is approx. 1,200 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Open living room, dining room and kitchen combination with […]

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