Great Exuma Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 8-10)
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A VACATION IN PARADISE? You won't find commercialized venues (i.e. McDonalds, nightclubs, etc.) but you will find incredible local cuisine that is caught fresh and can't be beat. There is no one here to hound you about buying a timeshare, braiding your hair or make the deal of the day. The property is minutes away from Georgetown Airport.
The views are absolutely breathtaking. Looking out at the infinity pool and ocean seems as if the water never ends. The beach sand is white like powder sugar. There is always a warm comfortable breeze to keep you relaxed.
One of the most amazing attributes of the Exumas is the beautiful pristine turquoise water. The night sky without all the city lights is endless. This property is very family friendly. There is a Greg Norman Golf course just a few miles down the road at the Sandals Resort.
The local Bahamians are kind and courteous. You don't have to worry about drinking the water or eating certain foods. Great Exuma Island is about 150 miles from Nassau. It is about a 45 minute plane ride from Ft. Lauderdale and Miami International.
Keywords: Jimmy Hill, Great Exuma, The Exumas, Bahamas, Carribean (Incredible location! One mile from the airport is home).
- wheelchair accessible
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
About Rich or Shelby Schoenberg
We are Rich and Shelby Schoenberg, married and share seven children together. As the builder of the development , I have appreciated the transformation from sandpile to one of the top developments on the Island. We continue to bring many friends and family here.
Rich or Shelby Schoenberg purchased this condo in 2007
What makes this condo unique
The incredible ocean views out your front door and just a short 3 min. drive to the airport make our home as convenient as it is breath taking. Fish, snorkel, or simply relax by the pool. Your days will melt away. The only question you will ask yourself is, 'Where did the week go?'