Sandbank Landing – Abaco, Bahamas Residential Parcels A-1

Treasure Cay, Abaco
Offered at: $225,000
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Lot Size: From 9,869 Sq.Ft.
Property Type: Lot
Property Status: For Sale
Property Features: Dock Facilities, Gated Community, Golf Course, Near Beach
The best of the Abacos.

A premier development at historic Sandbank Landing!

Take advantage of Introductory Pricing and reserve your “Slice of Paradise” today.

Reservations now being accepted for:

* Ocean Marina Estate Parcel
* Ocean Front Estate Parcels
* Marina Front Estate Parcels
* Beach Front Villa Parcels
* Inland Residential Parcels
* Townhouse Development Property
* Marina Inn Development Property
* Condominium Development Property
* Marina Dock Slips

Sandbank Landing is a development that spans the island of Great Abaco with a protected private harbour, excellent natural beach, bonefish flats and desirable home sites. The planned community encompasses homes,townhouses and beachfront villas. The marina village plan includes a boutique hotel, 57 condominiums, dining and retail shops with over 88 slips for yachts up to 150 feet in length. Dock slips are also available to non property owners. Contact us for further details.

Sandbank Landing has been designed with many amenities for owners including a beach club with restaurant and pool, plus spa and tennis club. 

See Downloadable Brochure for Further Information, including Summary Plan, Availability and Introductory Parcel Pricing!

On the southwestern part of the property a larger retail area
is planned with residential lots situated next to the bonefishing flats.

The Vision:

Sandbank Landing is a unique property spanning Great Abaco Island that offers a secure harbour, a wide sandy beach and bonefishing. These natural amenities will be enhanced with an 88-slip marina for yachts up to 150′ in length, dry storage, beach club,hotel, dining and retail. The community will include beachfront villas, private homes, condominiums and townhouses. Many of the development’s homesites feature docks. 

The investment/development team for Sandbank Landing is comprised of prominent international executives and
businessmen whose vision is to create a world-class community with state-of-the-art marina facilities and a focus sensitive to the environment with a lifestyle that revolves around a love of the sea.

Additional Planned Amenities:

The proposed commercial area adjacent to the bonefishing flats will feature an upscale island theme with an art gallery, boutiques and specialty island crafts.

Easy to Reach:

Great Abaco is just a 45 minute flight from Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Palm Beach. The island has two airports, Treasure Cay and Marsh Harbour, and both serve commercial airlines and private aircraft, including jets. Both are Bahamas Ports of Entry. 

From Sandbank Landing, Treasure Cay is just 10 minutes by car and Marsh Harbour is a quick 25 minute drive.

Island Amenities:

In addition to the convenience offered by two international airports, Abaco has a host of services for residents and visitors. Just a 5 minute drive from Sandbank Landing is a shopping area that features a bakery, supermarket,laundry and a variety of services, including a bank, post office, police station and the state-of-the-art Corbett Medical Centre, which offers the highest level of care in the area.

Area Activities:

The sailing, fishing and diving of the Abacos are world-famous. The island hosts sailing regattas and fishing tournaments that attract enthusiasts from all over the globe. For landlubbers, there are two golf courses on the island, the closest of which is just five minutes by car.

Sandbank Landing plans include a full service spa and tennis club on the premises.

The variety and quantity of nearby islands provide plentiful opportunities for island hopping and recreation. Their names are evocative of Treasure Island adventures: Wood Cay, Elbow Cay, Hope Town, Green Turtle Cay, Spanish Cay, Great Guana Cay and Man-o-War Cay and are well worth exploring.

Island History:

Originally inhabited by the indigenous Lucayans, the Abacos were later settled by Loyalists fleeing the American Revolution in 1783. Two sailing ships—the Nautilus and the William—brought new arrivals ashore at Sandbank Landing. The islands new inhabitants developed a variety of industries including sponging and shipbuilding. Museums and historical buildings of the Abacos help explain a unique culture rich in history.