Quart-A-Nancy Point, an ocean-front property set on 2.75 acres of freehold land on the Northern tip of Cooper Island, faces West into the sunset with a panoramic view of the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Along with a stunning view of Cooper's Manchioneel Bay, numerous neighbouring Islands can be seen, including Salt Island and Peter Island close by, and across the strait, the main Island of Tortola. St John and St Thomas USVI are visible in the distance and on a clear day, St Croix lays on the horizon 40 miles away.The house at Quart-A-Nancy Point, with approximately 160 meters (500 feet) of shoreline on Manchioneel Bay, is reachable only by boat to a private dock. It is a self-sustaining, eco-friendly property, utilizing solar energy to provide 110 Volt electricity to run all usual household devices. Backup batteries continue to provide power at night, and there is also a backup generator. The house comprises three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A covered porch as an outdoor living area runs the entire length of the West facing side of the house with glorious uninhibited views out over the Ocean. Al Fresco dining is the order of the day, supplemented by a large kitchen and courtyard BBQ area.Quart-A-Nancy Point is one of only a few private homes on Cooper Island. It was built in the 1960s and 70s as an artist's retreat, and to withstand everything that nature could throw at it. The poured reinforced concrete and native Caribbean stone walls have withstood the Caribbean's worst storms over the past 60 years, a testament to the Islands' labour-intensive building traditions. The current owners have made extensive updates, improvements, and renovations for easy island living.Cooper Island, located in the centre of the British Virgin Islands, is approximately 30 mins from Road Town, the capital of the BVI. It is only accessible by boat, and there are no roads or cars on the island. Quart-A-Nancy is a hideaway, a retreat, a bolthole in a stunning location with total privacy. It is somewhere to treasure, as sites like these are getting harder to find, and in today's uncertain climate is a property of actual value for its remote but secure location. Although the house provides unparalleled privacy and seclusion, on the days you want to eat out or have a cocktail or even fill your dive tanks, the neighbouring and well-established Cooper Island Beach Club and Sail Caribbean Divers are only minutes away by dinghy, providing lodging, restaurant and bar, boutique, and dive shop facilities.World-class sailing, diving and snorkeling are literally just out front, and the crystal-clear warm waters of the Caribbean Sea are your lawn.