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$189,000.00

Unique Cedar Home on Cayman Brac

Approx. 1,140 sq. ft. stilt cedar home with attached approx. 520 sq. ft. deck. Open living room with eat-in kitchen. 3 bedrooms and 2 full […]

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$560,000.00

Builders Upscale Beach house for Sale ONLY US$560,000

Luxury Builders Beach House located on the south shore of Cayman Brac. Built in 2005, this 2,000 sq. ft. home features 3 bedrooms and 3.5 […]

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$750,000.00

Beautiful South Side Beach House

Beautiful South Side Beach House. Cement Block Beach House With Cement Interior Walls. 3 bedrooms, 4 baths. 1 car garage. Large 20ft by 20ft Master […]

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$400,000.00

South Side Beach House For Sale

Well-built South Shore Beach house on approx.. 1.82 acres of landscaped land with approx.. 200ft of shoreline. Lots run from Sea to bluff could be […]

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$426,829.00

Alta Vista House For Sale

The Bluff house that everyone is looking for. Luxury living on the Bluff in this maintenance free house. Brand New in 2004 featuring 4 bedrooms, […]

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