Located on Windermere Island, a private island and gated community nestled just off central Eleuthera, is where you will find Pineapple lodge. The home welcomes you immediately as you come up the stairs to an enchanting pool patio. Pineapple Lodge stretches from north to south capturing ocean views from nearly every room and 200 feet of east facing beachfront delivers exquisite sunrises and refreshing sea breeze. Completed in 1997, the main house has four bedrooms and four full bathrooms, plus one half bathroom. The pool cottage provides an extra bedroom and a full bathroom. The flow of this home is perfect. To the left of the great room is the primary bedroom and one guest room. To the right of the great room you will find the dining room, kitchen, and two other bedrooms, each with ensuite bathrooms. Stroll down to the five-mile beach and enjoy snorkeling, swimming, walking, running and relaxing. Lot 7 encompasses 2 pieces of property totaling 2.8 acres. The beach front lot is 1.1 acres with 200 feet of water frontage. The sound side lot is 1.8 acres
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