Have you ever dreamt of owning your own sun-soaked private island? Now's your chance. Heading to auction on March 26th, with no minimum reserve is the opportunity of a lifetime.
Little Ragged Island, one of the largest private island in The Bahamas, is up for auction March 26th
Ringing in at an expansive 730 acres, St. Andrew's, also known as Little Ragged Island, is both the southernmost and the largest private island in the Bahamas currently for sale. Listed exclusively with Bahamas Realty agent, Stuart Halbert, the island is up for auction in collaboration with Concierge Auctions, a US real estate company that auctions luxury properties and has a client list that includes some of the most affluent buyers around the world, and notable celebrities and sportspeople.
White sand flats and deep waters make this one of the best fishing grounds on the planet - you'll find grouper, snapper, bonefish and many other species in abundant supply.
Surrounded by azure ocean waters and fringed with pristine white sand beaches, the island is breathtaking from first look and presents infinite possibility. Elevation varies from sea level to a hilly 40 feet. The eastern side of the island features deep water access, perfect for large ships to pull up, making it truly ideal for development and construction.
A developers dream, the island has deep water access for large ships and yachts.
A perfect blank canvas of rolling hills, lignum vitae trees, and calm warm waters begs to be painted with your dream project: a picturesque private residential settlement, a crown jewel of a tropical estate with miles of private beaches to wander, or a boutique resort with more than enough acreage left to add an entire 18-hole golf course. The island's possibilities are as limitless as the Atlantic Ocean surrounding it.
The island is a developer's dream, with space for a luxury resort development, deep water access for ships, or even, as CNN points out, room for your very own Bond villain layer. After all, James Bond is famously fond of The Bahamas.
Bidding opens March 26, 2021 and closes March 31. Contact us for more information.