Are you searching for the best Grand Cayman island homes for sale, but don’t know where to look? Fear not because you have come to the right place.
At Crighton Properties Ltd., we specialize in finding the right homes in the Cayman Islands for our clients from condominiums to mansions. We know the Cayman Islands like the back of our hands, or potentially even better, so we are one of the best and most trusted real estate companies on the Islands.
But where can you find the best Grand Cayman island homes for sale? We have exceptional properties located on Grand Cayman Island and know just the right places within it for you. Let’s explore three of these areas to find which will be right for you so we can be one huge step toward finding your dream home on Grand Cayman Island.
A good place to start is the island’s capital city, George Town. It is located on the western part of the Island and offers its visitors and locals exciting activities any time of the day and year. It holds countless water-related activities and tours, such as snorkeling, scuba diving, boat tours, and more. Since it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations on the island, it’s only natural for there to be more life and things to do.
On that note, the city has plenty of varying international and national cuisines and restaurants. Any craving you might have, they almost certainly have a place that can satisfy it. George Town is unique in that it feels like a city, yet not too much so in overcrowdedness and other such negative attributes.
George Town is an excellent place to live on Grand Cayman because it’s so central to everything on the island, making access to anything and everything you want easily accessible.
If you are looking for a location that is both near to George Town, but only steps away from some of the most pristine beaches on the planet, Seven Mile Beach is the place for you. Situated just 4 miles north of George Town, it has a convenient location while being far enough away from the capital.
Not only is it a stone’s throw away from George Town, but it is also within an hour’s drive to other key points on the island, such as the Mastic Trail and the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. These two destinations are unique and inviting excursions for locals and tourists alike.
The Seven Mile Beach area is the prime resort area on Grand Cayman. Many investors choose to purchase homes or condos here not only because it is a sound investment, but because of the convenient location to amenities, such as restaurants, shops, schools, hospitals, entertainment, the airport, and more. Along the Seven Mile Beach Corridor, there are several canal and waterfront residential subdivisions, such as Crystal Harbour, where it’s possible to purchase canal lots or beautiful canalfront homes. Enjoy the island lifestyle and take your boat across the North Sound to Rum Point, Stingray City, the Sand Bar, or Starfish Point.
On Seven Mile Beach, people can bask in the sun on powder white sand, participate in a variety of water activities such as swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, and parasailing, and watch an amazing sunset at the end of the day. The beach itself was named the fourth-best beach in the Caribbean by TripAdvisor, and also named the 12th best beach in the world by MSN. Now those are some big recognitions. Imagine owning a home or condo and living on such a pristine beach for an undetermined amount of time. Wouldn’t that be something straight out of a dream?
Although Seven Mile Beach may be the most popular area in the district of West Bay, there is more to be explored in this district to the north of Seven Mile Beach. It’s worthy of its own mention as it is one of the most popular places for people to move to on the island. This residential area is prime for those living on Grand Cayman.
In this area, you can find plenty of enticing attractions, not only other people’s homes, like the Cayman Turtle Centre, Dolphin Discovery and the tourist attraction called “Hell.” Yes, you read that correctly: in West Bay, you can go to Hell. Hell is a uniquely and naturally formed landmark that has black limestone peaks protruding from the otherwise green landscape. It’s certainly a special landmark to have nearby!
Other than Hell being near your neighborhood, you can have stellar views of the crystal clear ocean and white beach from your home, much like you would in Seven Mile Beach.
If you aren’t looking for beachfront or canalfront homes, what about simply waterfront? There are plenty of options for you and your home in terms of views when looking for the best Grand Cayman island homes for sale with us.
While George Town, Seven Mile Beach, and West Bay have some of the best Grand Cayman island homes for sale, there are several other places worth investigating on the island as well, such as Rum Point, Cayman Kai, Savannah, Bodden Town, and Prospect and Red Bay. No matter where you choose to buy a home in Grand Cayman, we will work with you every step of the way to best assist you in finding your dream home. Feel free to call us at 345-949-5250 with any questions you may have.