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H20 Turquoise Residences is the Turks & Caicos Islands latest development.  Set beachfront on the 3 mile sandy beach at Long Bay, this modern low-density project will begin construction later this year.  With designated parkland right next door the suites at H20 Turquoise Residences Long Bay Beach will be well appointed with unobstructed ocean views.

In recent years Long Bay Beach has become the place for water-sports enthusiasts. Long Bay is known as the kitesurfing capital of the Turks & Caicos Islands and the host beach for many watersports events held in Provo. With its shallow crescent bay and southern location it’s a perfect spot for kiteboarding, windsurfing, swimming and other water activities.

With the recently opened Shore Club just down the beach, the Windchaser Villas nearby and multi-million dollar vacation rental properties lining the beachfront, this modern resort will appeal to those looking for a true beach vacation. The new Beach Enclave development, another Long Bay Beach property, is well underway and nearing completion.  While the H20 development will suit all, it will certainly appeal to the kite boarding enthusiast.

Unique with only 15 exclusive units in three buildings, there’s a mix of layouts offered, choose between one, two and three bedroom condos. All suites offered are well appointed with unobstructed ocean views, meticulously thought out floor plans, including lock out suites to maximize rental opportunities. The property will be professionally managed and fully staffed.  Three of the 15 suites are currently sold.

Amenities and Notes from the Developers:  Concrete construction with metal roof; Solar Power, Oceanfront and Ocean-view suites, Garage Parking, Treatment Systems, Hurricane protection (windows and doors), Owner Storage, Watersports, Fitness Center and Hot Tubs.

We are excited to announce that the H20 development will be a pet friendly property.

For more information on H20 Turquoise Residences on Long Bay beach, and information on the development team bringing this project to market, we invite you to contact Graham Canham, Luxury Real Estate Consultant, 649 231 4790.

Conch Bar Caves, Haulover Plantation, Crossing Place Trail and Mudjin Harbour – just a few sites to see when you visit Middle Caicos in the Turks and Caicos Islands . . .

Once known as “Grand Caicos” and at about twice the size (55 sq miles) of Providenciales, with less than 250 residents, Middle Caicos is a fabulous island for those seeking adventure.  After a 20 minute ferry ride from Provo to North Caicos and a half hour picturesque drive across the island you will arrive at the North-Middle Causeway.

A 10 minute drive along the paved road brings you to one of the most spectacular sites in the Turks and Caicos Islands – Mudjin Harbour.  This amazing cove features rocky cays, cliffs and when the wind is blowing a dazzling show as the waves hit the small reef and cays just off shore.  Home to the Mudjin Bar and Grill and the Dragon Cay Resort you may walk along the cliffs and enjoy the scenery and magnificent blue ocean below.  A perfect spot for a picnic, the sandy beach below is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon.  Hike across the Crossing Place Trail (sturdy shoes are a must and bring plenty of water to drink) which will take you on an amazing 5 mile trek along the bluffs.

Continue down the main road from Mudjin Harbour (do not turn at “Conch Bar”) and drive through the airport parking area and you will come across the Conch Bar Caves National Park.  This site is the largest above-water cave formation in the entire Caribbean.  The National Park protects 15 miles of underground caverns.  Settled by the Lucayan Indians, excavations of the caves speak to the history of these people.  Today you can take guided tours through the maze-like caverns and corridors and marvel at the limestone architecture. There are approximately 35 Lucayan sites on Middle Caicos to explore.  It’s best to call ahead to book a guided tour – 649-247-3157.

The last settlement at the end of Middle Caicos is Lorimers.  It is situated along a lagoon inlet located at the very end of the paved road.  This small village was once a thriving community in the Turks and Caicos Islands, today only a dozen homes remain occupied and the population is 25.  Home to the sisal industry in the past, native traditions of boat building, basket weaving, bush medicine are alive and well.  As you approach Lorimers turn left onto the dirt road, which will go for miles, and you will arrive at Wild Cow Run and see the entrance to the Haulover Plantation.  As you walk through the property you can see a few buildings and part of an old kitchen.

Whether a day trip, a weekend adventure or a longer vacation, Middle Caicos has plenty to offer.  An adventure seekers paradise in the Turks and Caicos Islands.  Picture:  Turks and Caicos Tourism Website – Middle Caicos Caves.

Property listings on Middle Caicos begin at approximately $30,000 USD – contact us for more information.