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JAVA ESTATE

Harbour Island, Eleuthera

$15M

For Sale

9

7

8,575 sqft

Comprised of three separate buildings, Java is one of Harbour Island’s oldest properties. The cottage was built in the late-1700s from traditional Abaco pine, while Java House was constructed in native limestone in the mid-1800s. These two buildings are complimented by Java Hut, a self-contained cottage built in 2012. The property, which sleeps up to 17 guests, is perfectly situated seconds from the shops and restaurants of Dunmore Town, and minutes from the island’s peaceful bay and pink sand beach. Java contains five bedrooms and sleeps up to nine guests. The modern kitchen, equipped with all the amenities you’ll need during your stay, leads out to an open plan drawing room, a dining room and an outdoor bar and seating area. A top floor viewing deck offers stunning views of the bay, while downstairs you’ll find a cinema room, along with a games room and pool table. The pool pavilion offers an additional kitchen, bar and outdoor dining space. • King Bedroom - Ensuite Bathroom with Bath and Separate Shower • Queen Bedroom - Ensuite Bathroom with Shower • Twin Bedroom


PROPERTY DETAILS

Price: $15,000,000

Lot Size (sq ft.): 16,117

Island: Eleuthera

Area: Harbour Island

Property Type: Single Family Home

Bedrooms: 9

Bathrooms: 7

MLS Listing ID: 56482

Living Space (sq ft.): 8,575


FEATURES & AMENITIES

Cooling: Central

Exterior Features: Patio, Pool, Porch

Interior Features: Fully Fenced, Guest House, Playground, Stand-by Generator

Lot Features: Landscaped, Level, Pets Allowed, Quiet Area, Recreation Nearby, Road - Paved, See Remarks

Parking Types: Open

Water: City

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