The Island of North Caicos . . .
The “Garden Island” of North Caicos can be reached easily by boat from Providenciales, and also has a small airstrip welcoming inter-island flights. A trip to North Caicos is a perfect one day excursion for those looking for adventure.
The island measures 45 square miles and features secluded beaches and a rugged shoreline along the northern coast. Overgrown ruins of the cotton and sisal plantations exist today. The most interesting plantation site is Wade’s Plantation. The site is managed by the Turks & Caicos National Trust and tours are available to the public. Many buildings are still intact – The Great House, kitchen, overseer’s house and several quarters and storage buildings.
Upscale developments, with paved roads and underground utilities are found in Sandy Point, Pumpkin Bluff and Seaside Estates. The NCYC is the development where those traveling by boat to North Caicos arrive. The Vacation Rental market is alive and well with many luxury beachfront villas and in-land homes available for short term rental.
Seaside Estates, Real Estate Turks & Caicos . . .
Stunning – Beachfront Land at Seaside Estates, North Caicos. Miles of sandy beach stretches to walk and great snorkeling right off your door step on the North Shore of North Caicos.
Still in the early days of development but with vacation rental homes showing great returns, beach land here looks set to rise – compare to Provo beach lot prices !!
With lower stamp duty on purchases and no taxes or other holding costs, this is one of the best places to land bank in the Turks & Caicos Islands.
To view Seaside Estates Lot 39 continue past the Royal Reef Resort site, turn left at Seaside Cottages. For more information on this beachfront land in North Caicos contact listing agent Nathan Smith at Coldwell Banker Real Estate Turks & Caicos.
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Nathan G. Smith has worked in many areas of real estate over the past 21 years including marketing and sales in Australia, UK, and the Cayman Islands. Having lived in the Caribbean for 20 years and the past 16 years..