The property is located at the foot of a secluded lane and tucked away on a lovely powdery beach within walking distance of the Lyford Cay Club. It is a testament to the extraordinary security and privacy of the house's location that the late 1980s the Princess of Wales had a private holiday at Casuarina Beach with her children.The house was refurbished in 2009 but retains its original charm. Renovations included new wiring, plumbing, kitchen, bathrooms, flooring in the entertaining spaces and the addition of pickled tongue and groove tray ceilings in the living and dining areas.Casuarina Beach was designed to be a relaxed beach house with all of the principle rooms opening onto a central courtyard featuring a heated swimming pool and terraces for entertaining. Majority of the rooms also benefit from having views out to sea as well. The house has 4,492 sq. ft. of interior space and is situated on 1.05 acres with 180 feet of private beach frontage. There are 5 bedrooms and 6 1/2 bathrooms.The gated community of Lyford Cay is situated at the western end of New Providence.
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