This stunning beachfront home offers 70 feet of waterfront on the private 1.7-mile Coral Harbour Beach one of the last few natural sandy beaches in New Providence.
Nestled in 19,723 sq ft grounds elevated by 10 ft. as a defence against ocean surges, the main residence is 5,187 sq. ft. including 1,544 sq. ft. of balcony, a separate 550 sq ft double garage and charming 450 sq ft guest apartment with a 100 sq ft balcony and laundry room, plus a garden-storage room. An ocean-side patio equipped with electric shutters and screens looks out over a pool and hot tub with the ocean beyond, and features an outdoor pool bar and restroom.
With high ceilings and large impact-resistant windows offering stunning ocean views, the main residence features a large entrance hallway leading into a spacious open plan reception room and modern kitchen with professional grade stainless steel appliances and quartz counter tops.
Ample storage space on the ground floor includes a pantry, laundry room with washer/dryer, wifi/electrical room, and two walk-in storage closets. An adjoining office looks out over the patio and there is also a playroom/family room with a pulldown bed along with a bathroom and shower.
A wide staircase opens out into the upper level landing that leads into four bedrooms, two with ensuite bathrooms and two sharing a Jack and Jill bathroom, all with quartz counter tops. The master bedroom has a sizeable his and her walk-in wardrobe and access to a large veranda with electric screens offering panoramic ocean views. The veranda is shared by the primary guest room which also enjoys its own en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet.
This beautifully decorated fully furnished home features travertine tiles throughout and three separate central air units for economic cooling. The property has a 60kw silent grade back-up generator. Electric shutters secure all ground level windows and doors.
The Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) structure ensures the highest insulation level to keep heat and sound out, cool air in and withstand a full blown hurricane, and the property is also secured by pilings built down to the bedrock.