FRANK SOUND ROAD LAND- 90 ACRES
About This Property
Great development potential. 27 inland Parcels located off Frank Sound Road close to North side and East end on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands all varying in size from 0.2 to 48 acres for a total of 90.938 Acres. A truly fantastic opportunity for any developer in an up-and-coming market. The parcels are also easily accessible directly from Frank Sound Road. The parcels with direct access are 103, 109REM1, 111, 127, 146, 150REM1, 152 and 154. Parcel 112 is accessible via a right of way over parcel 111 and Parcels 128 to 145 are all accessed via a right of way over parcel 109REM1. The location of Frank Sound offers a peaceful and quiet approach to island life with lush surroundings and gorgeous scenic routes. Located approximately 16 miles east of George Town (the capital of the Cayman Island) Frank Sound is nearby to scenic areas like heritage beach and The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park which is located south of the available land. The Botanic Park is also the site of the Blue Iguana Conservation Facility, a captive breeding facility and test site for the endangered Blue Iguana population. While this area of Grand Cayman is known for its tranquility, this location is also close enough to amenities like restaurants (just a 13-minute drive to Rum Point and Kaibo, grocery stores, hotels etc Frank sound is also next door to the beautiful district of East End, a truly undisturbed area which exhibits views of the Caribbean Sea, perfect for snorkeling, paddle boarding and diving. The surrounding area includes single family homes, Clifton Hunter High School which is also approximately 1 mile south of the mentioned parcels along with the Silver Thatch Plaza. East end is also home to the acclaimed Health City Hospital. Contact me today.
Property TypeLand (Agriculture)
Parcel103, 109REM1, 111, 112, 127-146, 150REM1, 152, 154
ZoningLow Density residential
Home to the grand beachfront estates of Rum Point and Cayman Kai, the northern district has drawn visitors and second homeowners to Cayman for decades.