|Lot Size||12 acres|
|Property Type||Private Island|
|Key Features||Ocean View, Waterfront, Beachfront|
Roberts Cay is situated 36 miles south-east of New Providence in the northern Exumas. The Exumas are a chain of islands located in the middle Bahamas extending for a distance of some 90 miles to the southern end of Little Exuma Island. There are over 300 small cays or islands in what is arguably the most beautiful chain of islands in the world. Crystal clear waters extend from one end to the other. There are several small settlements along the chain where supplies are available and numerous private and public airstrips along the way. Roberts Cay comprises 12 acres and has two beaches on the eastern side of the island which is the protected side and provides safe anchorage. Elevations are up to 32 feet which would provide the perfect setting for a home with almost constant breezes particularly in the warmer summer months. This elevation provides 360 degree views. A private airstrip and supplies are nearby at Highborne Cay and Norman’s Cay to the south.
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