31.34 acres of prime land located adjacent to Mt. Alvernia, the highest point not only in New Bight, Cat Island but in the Bahamas. It may in fact be the place where Christopher Columbus, said to discover the new world, set foot or minimally roamed as he recorded his findings about his landings in the Bahamas. It is extremely rich in history and has excellent potential to be developed into an ecofriendly resort which would include points of historical significance along wooded trails. An integral part of its beauty are ocean and Lake views just across from its location. It is near to Town and has easy access to grocery stores, gas stations, the fish fry, restaurants and New Bight's Airport. There are no traffic jams. Cat Island is said to be the most naturally beautiful island in the Bahamas, the crown jewel of the country. Its development is on the move and being done by locals and its foreign residents. You should be a part of this.
|Lot Size||31.34 acres|
|Property Type||Commercial Building, Commercial Lot|
|Location||Cat Island, New Bight|
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