Love Beach, Nassau/New Providence
Large, single family lot in a developing community in the Western District of New Providence - Love Estates. This is a corner lot and infrastructure is available to the area; electricity, water and paved roads. Love Estates is located West of West Winds and behind Charlotteville Subdivision. The main entrance is off of West Bay Street before Old Fort Bay round about with an optional entrance off J.F.K. Drive (Windsor Field Road). This location is a 10 minute drive to the Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport with easy access to other amenities; supermarket, commercial banks, shopping centers, restaurants, botanical nursery; hardware store and much more. This is a great option to consider for the building of your dream home if the western district is your preference. Give me a call to set up an appointment for a closer look at the community and this fantastic lot.
|Lot Size||32,670 sq.ft.|
|Living Area||32,670 sq.ft.|
|Property Type||Lots/Acreage, Vacant Land|
|Location||Nassau/New Providence, West N.P., Love Beach|
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