WEB ID: 61774115

Treetops #2, Lyford Cay
Nassau, NP

Treetops

for sale | 4 BEDS | 5 BATHS | Townhouse

$2,960,000
    • 4 BEDS
    • 5 BATHS
    • 5720 APPROX. SQFT

    The Details

    About Treetops #2, Lyford Cay, Nassau, NP

    Beautiful appointed 3 story large townhome in the heart of Lyford Cay. Treetops is a collection of 6 townhouse units each with own pool, private parking and private entrance. These expassive units have large, well appointed kitchens, living space and charming office areas.
    Listing Courtesy of CORCORAN CA CHRISTIE BAHAMAS

    key features

    • 1-2 Acres
    • 11-20 Years Old
    • Asphalt Shingle Roof
    • Association Fee
    • Central A/C
    • Central air
    • Ceramic
    • City Water

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    Nassau

    Lyford Cay is the embodiment of a mid-century Slim Aarons photo, and as a matter of fact, the society photographer did often shoot at this elegant Bahamian enclave. It's the oldest of the Bahamian planned communities, and covers 1,000 acres on the western tip of New Providence Island. Most of the houses in Lyford Cay from the 1960s and 1970s were built in the Island Colonial–style, with pastel exteriors and sweeping verandas, as well as more modern styles joining in recent years. The heart of Lyford Cay life is the exclusive Lyford Cay club—membership, even for homeowners, is not automatic. Inside, with its pink and pineapple décor, the past lives on, with a cell phone ban in public areas, jackets required for men at dinner, and children subject to no dress code “other than that of good taste.”

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