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96E48&49
 

$65,000.00

2 large Inland bluff lots for Sale.

2 large Inland bluff lots for Sale. Prime location near school, restaurant and shops. Price to sell quickly! 96E/48 is approx. .50 of an acre. […]

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96E83
 

$225,000.00

Large 1.61 acres Beach Lot located on the north shore of Cayman Brac

Large Beach Lot located on the north shore of Cayman Brac, this lot offers approx. 238ft of beach frontage and is approx. 319-338ft in depth. […]

233 total views, 1 today

80A145..
 

$30,000.00

Affordable Little Cayman Lot for Sale!

New on the Market!! Approx. .30 acre of land with approx. 85ft of road frontage by approx. 116-131ft in depth. Great location to build a […]

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83A46..
 

$200,000.00

This .51 acre South Side Little Cayman beach

This .51 acre South Side Little Cayman beach lot offers approximately 115 feet ocean frontage with approx. 106 feet on the road by approx 172-191 […]

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92A 8
 

$600,000.00

Little Cayman 17 Acres Bluff Property!

This amazing investment property is located on our Sister Island of Little Cayman and epitomizes the definition of an “Island Getaway”. Located close to the […]

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96E210
 

$86,000.00

Bluff Edge Property For Sale| Panoramic Ocean Views | Lot Already Filled

Location: West End, Cayman Brac Asking Price: $86,000 CI Buy, Build and Save with this amazing filled Bluff Edge Lot. Located in the quiet neighbourhood […]

210 total views, 1 today

80A37
 

$250,000.00

5 Acres of Prime Property- Little Cayman

Little Cayman $250,000.00 CI This 5 acre property is located in Little Cayman only minutes away from Blossom Village and across from Little Cayman Airport. […]

314 total views, 1 today

Bamboo Bay
 

$250,000.00

Ocean Front Property For Sale | Bluff to Sea | Amazing Property

Bluff to Sea Lot For Sale Location: Bamboo Bay, Cayman Brac Asking Price: $250,000 CI, Open to Offers! Buy, Build and Save with this amazing […]

101 total views, 1 today

96E3554
 

$28,000.00

Affordable Bluff Corner Lot ONLY $28,000 with $500.00 Cash Back!

This amazing property is located in the Alta Vista Development Community, in the West End District of Cayman Brac on Centrehill Avenue. With 0.30 of an […]

200 total views, 3 today

Kings Point
 

$325,000.00

Ocean Front Luxury Townhouse For Sale with Turn Key Rental Program!

Kings Point is a luxurious, private ownership condominium development overlooking the beach and crystal clear turquoise water. Kings Point combines the opulent ambiance and charm […]

372 total views, 1 today

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