Cable Beach, Nassau/New Providence
One of the finest estates in the Bahamas. Sigrist House, the former residence and estate of King Edward of England, where he and his wife, socialite Wallis Simpson lived during his first years as The Governor of the Bahamas, after his abdication from the British throne. Built in the mid 1930s by British aviation pioneer and movie producer, Mr. Sigrist, the main 15,000 sq. foot residence sits on the crest of Prospect Ridge in Cable Beach, Nassau. Designed to take advantage of the spectacular views of Goodman's Bay, overlooking the new Baha Mar Resort and Golf Course and Atlantic Ocean in the distance. The Estate consists of a 4 bedroom-suite main residence, two-4 bedroom guesthouses, and a 3 bedroom apartment. Designed for gracious living in a bygone era with expansive patios, extensive high ceiling loggia and very clever use of internal doors makes the spaces expansive or intimate as the occasion calls for. Each of the rooms has been purposed designed with unique architectural features and finishes.
|Lot Size||4 acres|
|Living Area||15,000 sq.ft.|
|Property Type||Single Family Home|
|Location||Nassau/New Providence, West N.P., Cable Beach|
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