Superb Building Plot With Sea Views Cayman islands CaribbeanEuroresales Property iD – 9825158Property information:Selworthy Grove, Cayman Brac, Cayman islands Freehold.A rare opportunity to acquire an idyllic building plot with direct Caribbean Sea views situated in a highly desirable investment area in the Cayman islands.* Building plot with direct sea view* 12512 sqft (1163 sqm)* South facing front line plot* Planning permission approved to build luxury villa* Exceptional investment opportunity* No restrictions on foreign ownership* Plots are SiPP (Self invested Personal Pension) compliantSelworthy Grove is an exclusive development site located on the south eastern edge of the beautiful paradise island of Cayman Brac, situated in an elevated position with panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. infrastructure, including roads and residents’ tennis courts, is already in place on this gated prime real estate development.This amazing plot has a commanding and highly sought-after front-line position on ‘Booby Bird Drive’ with magnificent direct south-facing ocean views.There are no time limits to start building!Pre-approved property designs.To make things easy for you, four luxury villa designs have already been approved by the Cayman islands Building Control department. This takes the hassle out of the planning process. The designs can be easily amended and customised to your own individual style, or, you may wish to create a different design using your own architect and following the local planning process.The HamptonThe Hampton villa is a single storey property which has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a galley style kitchen, large dining and living area, single car garage and a lanai covered porch. The main living space is open plan living. Swimming Pool optional.The MalibuThe Malibu is a luxurious American style two storey property, with both family and formal living spaces. The family style living areas include a breakfast area, large kitchen, family room and utility room. The more formal portion of the ground floor has a separate study, dining room and sitting room. The master bedroom suite is on the ground floor with two further bedrooms on the second floor. Swimming Pool optional.The Monte CarloThe Monte Carlo Villa is a contemporary four-bedroom property with a private courtyard. The elevated main floor living areas are all open plan, with a separate single car garage, forming three sides of the courtyard and pool deck. This concept leaves plenty of land around for gardens, gazebos, beach, barbecue areas or outdoor living. The upper floor provides four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Swimming pool included.The Berkley DuplexThe Berkley Duplex is an investment property unsurpassed. it consists of two semi-detached units, each with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, laundry room, kitchen, dining room and living room. Decks add to the living areas of each property. Whether both are sold individually, one is sold, and one retained, or both are let out to earn you an income, the Berkley Duplex could reap significant return. if you are looking to build a property with the option to use one part and rent out the other, then the Berkley Duplex is the perfect property to build. Swimming Pool optional.10 reasons to buy land in the Cayman islands1. Elite island Destination2. Attractive investment opportunity3. Unspoilt and virtually free of crime4. Thriving tourism and financial services industry5. Advantageous Tax Regulations6. No Restrictions on Property Ownership;7. Political and Social Economic Stability8. Clean and Safe Environment9. Sophisticated, reliable infrastructure10. Competent and Ethical Professional ServicesOther information:Bedrooms – See descriptionBathrooms – See descriptionFurnished – See descriptionPlot – 1163 sq metresViews – SeaOrientation – SouthDistance from Sea – WalkingDistance from Airport – 15 minutesDistance from main attraction – WalkingAbout the Area:Cayman Brac is the second largest of the three Cayman islands and is often referred to as Columbus’s little piece of paradise. Just 12 miles (19.3 km) long by 1.5 miles (2.4 km) wide it is renowned for its stunning nature reserves, spectacular terrain and thriving sea life.Dubbed ‘an eco-tourists dream’, this peaceful gem attracts divers, snorkelers, rock climbers, sports fishermen, bird watchers and those just looking for peaceful paradise, from all over the world. Add to that the Cayman islands Government’s $80 million drive to enhance its infrastructure, business and tourism, it’s no wonder the limited supply of land is being snapped up quickly by savvy investors seeking an excellent return.Established facilities near to Selworthy Grove include an international airport, reliable power and water plants, a well-equipped hospital, public library and a luxury spa on the beach.Many consider Cayman Brac to be the ‘next big thing’ in terms of the property market.AttractionsDiving:Of interest to scuba divers is a 100 m (330 ft) Russian Koni class frigate built in the Soviet Union in 1984 for the Cuban Navy. it is one of only a few sunken Soviet naval vessels in the Western Hemisphere, and the only one that is easily dived. The Koni ii class frigate was purchased and sunk by the Cayman islands government in September 1996. Originally designated 356, the frigate was rechristened the M/V Captain Keith Tibbetts, after a well-known Cayman Brac politician. The wreck is the only Russian warship that divers can explore in the Western hemisphere. it originally sat upright at a depth of 27 m (89 ft) with the deck at 18 m (59 ft), until wave action generated by a winter Norwester storm (December 1998-January 1999) which nearly tore the ship in two. The result was that the fore section tipped to about a 45-degree angle in relation to the remainder of the still-upright aft portion and the midships became a debris field. The wreck’s stern area was essentially unaffected. The frigate is located in a sandy area with generally good visibility, 200 m (660 ft) offshore (a fairly long swim) from ‘Buccaneer’, on the island’s north side, near the western tip of the island. There are numerous openings in the upper portion of the ship for non-wreck certified divers. Many more openings are available since the ship broke in half. The site also serves as an artificial reef. Other interesting dive sites are Radar Reef, Cemetery Wall, and the Wilderness Wall, all well covered in corals and with a wide diversity of marine life.Caves:Cayman Brac also appeals to visitors of many persuasions besides divers. Caves are found around the island, offering spelunkers a glimpse of delicate underground formations. Steps and, in some cases, ladders have been constructed to allow visitor access to more remote caves. One cave, Rebecca’s Cave, contains the grave of a young girl lost in a struggle against the ravages of the great 1932 Cuba hurricane, and it is a Cayman National Heritage Site.Rock climbing:Rock climbing was developed beginning in 1992 and the island now contains about 100 sport climbs. Trad and multipitch climbs are rare.Walking and hiking trails:Walking and hiking trails have been opened by the Nature Tourism Programme which allow exploration of the island’s densely forested karst landscapes. Unique flora and fauna thrive here and can be observed in the wild.Fishing:Cayman Brac’s waters are utilized for both recreational fishing and the pursuit of big game fishContact Euro Resales Ltd for more information.if you need to buy or sell property in Caribbean fast contact us today.