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STARFISH ISLE

Yamacraw, Nassau/New Providence

$6,000 per month

About This Property

Great opportunity to rent in a beachfront community with the added convenience of being in close proximity to amenities such as a beachfront restaurant, members club, marina cafe, gym, tennis courts and a management office. The development has over 1200 linear feet of private sandy beachfront and a 194-slip marina with fuel facilities. Palm Cay's Member Beach Club includes a stunning beach bar, 80 ft. ocean front lap pool and a private section of luxury cabanas. This tastefully furnished Starfish Isle townhouse comprises approximately 2,300 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms complete with travertine tile on the ground floor and wood on the upper floors, verandas, and a nicely appointed master suite with ensuite bath and walk-in closet. The beautiful private beach is only 40 steps away.

Listing #24683
MLS #41897
Living Area2,300 sq.ft.
Property TypeCondo/Townhouse
LocationNassau/New Providence, East N.P., Yamacraw

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