If you’re a Pirates of the Caribbean fan (or are simply on the market for a private island), this listing is for you. The exotic Little Pipe Cay island in the Bahamas, where parts of the sequels were filmed, has just hit the market for a grand $100 million.
Located around 70 miles from Nassau, the 40-acre private island was also featured in the iconic James Bond franchise. It’s no surprise why Hollywood is drawn to the incredibly gorgeous island. Located in the Exumas archipelago, this area is known for its white sand and pristine crystal blue waters, making it a premiere destination for snorkelling and scuba diving.
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The property has a 5,300-square-foot primary residence, four guest cottages and staff quarters, including 11 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Additionally, there is a seaplane dock, a helipad, jet skis and a deep-water superyacht dock. Peaked roofs, beautiful high-beam ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, and lots of glass offer a classic colonial style and views from almost every room make this island a luxurious dream.
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There’s a reason why locals call Little Pipe Cay “Bombay-Sapphire Blue.” Stunning crystal waters surround the island and make for a jaw-dropping moment while sitting in the living room, thanks to the large windows.
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Most of the island has been left in its natural state, making the lush property home to local wildlife like birds, sea turtles and dolphins. The gardens surround the main house’s Olympic-style infinity pool providing a quiet area for relaxation and added privacy.
Imagine grabbing your morning coffee and eating breakfast from this outdoor patio. The neighbouring islands and waterfront views will be a gorgeous backdrop for any al fresco meal or dinner party.
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