This recently renovated 2,650 sq. ft. condominium is positioned on the ground floor of the Rawson Court complex, featuring 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in total. The expansive family living room is well appointed with classic furniture and is large enough to incorporate a family dining table as part of an open plan living/dining area. Large sliding doors cover a large section of one wall of the living space and allow natural light to flood the room whilst providing direct access to an enclosed patio with ample room for outdoor seating and dining. Access to the residents-only pool can be gained directly from the patio. The well-appointed kitchen is well designed for family dining and features a breakfast bar and additional space which could be utilized as further dining space, or as it is now, as a casual family room. The master suite is exceptionally large and opens out to the patio area. The room is designed on an open plan with the master dressing room, creating a bright and spacious layout. A very privately positioned condominium, this property is the perfect base for relaxed family living in the Bahamas. Located in a quiet gated community right on Cable Beach, the property benefits from the use of a well-kept pool and pool deck area.
Only a 10-minute drive from Lynden-Pindling International Airport and widely considered one of the best beaches in The Bahamas, Cable Beach offers two and one-half miles of white sand beach, a golf course, boutique couture shopping, casual and fine dining, an array of nightspots and is home to Baha Mar, the largest resort and casino in The Bahamas. Quickly becoming a premier destination for cutting-edge culinary and visual arts experiences, Baha Mar features menus by some of the world’s most renowned chefs including Master Sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi (Katsuya); award-winning Chef Danny Elmaleh (Cleo); and, James Beard-Award winning Chef, Michael Schwartz (Fi’lia). The resort also houses one of the largest collections of Bahamian art in The Bahamas, and supports the arts through The Current which recognizes Bahamian artists through exhibitions, workshops and lectures, artist-in-residency programs and partnerships with local collectors.