Bell Sound, South Caicos . . .
Bell Sound is one of the most scenic spots on the island of South Caicos. Partially enclosed by the northern side of the island, this shallow lagoon features brilliant turquoise and blue water. Much like the Chalk Sound National Park in Provo, the varying colors of the shallows in this area are simply breathtaking.
Most of this lagoon is a protected area – The Bell Sound Nature Reserve – which covers just over 4 square miles. Much of the coastline on South Caicos is rocky but several small sandy beaches are found along the Bell Sound coastline. Views from areas on this coastline are excellent.
The highest points are located at Plandon Cay Cut Beach and the abandoned US Coast Guard Station. From these two spots you can enjoy an amazing view of the coastline and blue ocean that continues to make TCI a favorite destination.
The Bell Sound area offers an excellent location for kayaking or paddle-boarding. South Caicos, home to the recently opened SailRock and East Bay Resorts, is known for its marine life, watersports, fishing, snorkeling and diving.
Close by you will find several uninhabited islands – Plandon Cay, Middle Creek Cay, McCartney Cay, Hog Cay and Sail Rock Island.
Beachfront Property . . .
Two beachfront residential lots are now available for sale in this area. Sold together this property measures 1.24 acres and offers 200 feet of waterfront. From this location you will have amazing views across the water.
With easy clear-water access this is a perfect location for those looking for beachfront land at a great price. This land parcel is perfect for someone looking for real estate in a quiet and private location in the Turks & Caicos Islands.
Lots 36, 37, 39, 68 and 69 set just 1 block back from the beachfront are also available for sale – see MLS 1800330.
For more information we invite you to contact Coldwell Banker Turks & Caicos listing agent Roselaure Forbes at 649 331 9358.
Unnamed Road, TKCA 1ZZ, Turks and Caicos Islands
Roselaure Forbes is a native of the Turks & Caicos Islands, a great deal of her adolescence, as well as education, was while she lived in South Florida. In her early twenties she decided to visit home where to her..