Located on Man-O-War Cay on a lush .66-acre lot enveloped by swaying coconut palms and mature native vegetation, Crash Landing offers the serenity of the small island lifestyle, and the convenience of being located within a short boat ride to Marsh Harbour, Great Guana Cay, and Elbow Cay. Constructed of oversized wood timbers and concrete foundation, this 3 -bedroom, 2-bathroom home features vaulted beam ceilings and open-plan rooms surrounded on all sides by large-pane windows, maximizing fresh air flow through the entire living space, leaving very little need for air-conditioning even during the hottest summer months. These custom-built windows also serve to draw in natural light from all directions, sunrise to sunset, and offer ample protection from the elements during storm season. Both levels of the 1,880-sq. ft. residence feature wraparound decks providing an additional 2,400 sq. ft. of elevated living and entertainment space, along with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Additional standout features include 12,000 gallons of freshwater storage, and large-capacity commercial ice maker. Crash Landing is being offered fully furnished and has a one-car garage on the ground floor with a workshop, along with ample storage space for fishing and diving gear. Known for its storied Loyalist and boat building history as well as its diverse fishing and wreck diving, Man-O-War Cay is located in the Abacos just northeast of Marsh Harbour and approximately 180 miles east of South Florida. Situated between Scotland Cay and Elbow Cay, Man-O-War can be reached via daily ferries out of Marsh Harbour. As the largest settlement in the Abacos and the third largest in The Bahamas, Marsh Harbour has the second largest international airport in the country with direct daily flights from Nassau, the U.S. and Canada.
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Please note: We are currently in the process of assessing the status of our listings in North and Central Abaco and The Cays. The condition of this property may have changed due to storm damage caused by Hurricane Dorian. For additional information or to receive current photos, please reach out to us directly.