You Can Now Buy Little Ragged Island In The Bahamas For $25 Million
— 11 March 2021

You Can Now Buy Little Ragged Island In The Bahamas For $25 Million

— 11 March 2021
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

Little Ragged Island – also known as St Andrew’s – is the largest private island currently for sale in the Bahamas. Set to be auctioned later this month with a listed opening bid of US$19.5 million (AU$25 million), paradise could actually be yours to own.

730 acres of well-forested hills and pristine white-sand beaches. 9 kilometres of shoreline. Crystalline blue waters. This is what you can expect at the idyllic location being described as a “deep-pocketed developer’s dream”. But really, anyone could do wonders with this particular slice of real estate regardless of their profession. All you need aside from the requisite cheddar is a bit of imagination. A personal retreat in the making, perhaps; the next globally-renowned 18-hole golf course; a future site for Fyre Fest 2.0 – whatever the heart desires.

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Other notable features include:

  • 2 x large ponds
  • Abundant supply of fresh water
  • Excellent fishing opportunities – grouper, snapper, barracuda, tuna, kingfish
  • Coconut tree galore
  • Fertile soil

Granted, $25 million and above may be fairly steep on paper; although it’s still a considerable discount from the $45 million asking price Little Ragged Island was listed for on a previous occasion.

You can make an offer starting from March 26th until March 31st after coughing up a casual US$100,000 deposit (no reserve price) – virtual inspections are available.

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Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]


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