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Family-friendly living in the heart of Seven Mile

Family living in the Cayman Islands does not come more luxurious, comfortable or convenient than canal-front properties in Governor’s Harbour, located in the heart of the Seven Mile Beach corridor. A beautiful home in Jellicoe Quay in this location fits the bill to perfection.

Situated on almost one third of an acre, this magnificent 4,000 square foot home is all on one level, offering bright and airy open plan living that will please all the family, as it gives fantastic space for all to breath. And the views from every corner are incredible, with lovely water vistas from almost every room.

The location at Jellicoe Quay is particularly well suited for children attending nearby schools and parents working in the town of Camana Bay, which is just a short, two-mile drive away. It really is the most perfect commute – imagine dropping the kids off to school and getting into work in a matter of minutes! Island living at its best: no stress, no hassle and lots of time left at the end of the day for quality family time. Cayman’s award-winning beach, Seven Mile Beach, is just a couple of minutes walk away, so weekends can also be crafted to please all the family: buckets and spades at the ready for the kids; and deckchairs, a beach parasol and a good book each for mum and dad!

There are three good-sized bedrooms along with four bathrooms, so kids get their ensuite and parents get the privacy of their own gorgeous bathroom. There’s also a great walk-in closet as an added incentive. The open plan living, dining and entertaining area also includes a fantastic bar for stylish indoor entertaining, and the high arches to the windows add architectural interest and let in abundant light. The kitchen and breakfast area has been recently upgraded and it offers stunning blue countertops and back splashes.There are also some lovely French doors that lead to the covered side terrace which is perfect for outdoors entertaining with space for poolside dining and, of course, a great BBQ (island living would just not be complete without one!)The house is also well-equipped with a guest bedroom that has its own ensuite which could even be converted into an office or fourth bedroom, along with a fully equipped utility area, and a large attached garage.

The design of the outdoors area has been thoughtfully created to ensure that no inch of space is wasted and it really is an absolute delight, a pretty little oasis that all the family can enjoy. There are water features, flowering hedges, specimen plants and trees at every turn, with cute patios and covered areas perfect for soaking up the sun or shaded from the heat of the day. All these wonderful outdoor features add up to create first class family living in the Cayman Islands. The pool, while located right at the edge of the property next to the canal, is cleverly screened by plants, so privacy is maintained.

One outdoor amenity that really gives this Jellicoe Quay property the edge is its boat dock, which ramps up island living to the highest level, giving the homeowners easy access to the unique and tranquil North Sound. What could be nicer than pottering around on the ocean with family and friends at the weekend? And all with the convenience of being able to moor your boat at your own dock.

As an added incentive for people contemplating the move to this enticing part of the Cayman Islands and to show the motivation of the sellers, the owners have recently had their property professionally appraised and have listed this delightful Jellicoe Quay property below valuation. In addition, as a further incentive to purchase this beautiful home, the vendor has said they will pay for the stamp duty at closing, a huge financial benefit for the buyers.

This Jellicoe Quay home ticks so many boxes if you are looking for Cayman Islands luxury real estate that is suitable for families who want to experience island living at a luxurious level, while enjoying the superb location that is close to all the amenities you could want.

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