Charles Island is the gateway to North Eleuthera and Harbour Island. It is located within the harbour of the settlement of Spanish Wells and has access to utilities as well as support facilities which is within its vicinity. Charles Island is presented as a `mini Dubai’ since it has the capabilities of mixed use luxury property which is quite huge with open zoning.
Presently it is serviced by three electrical lines, telephone service and government water and any developer could be benefited from its amenities that have been offered by the Spanish Well’s community and Eleuthera locals.
The electric lines run across the harbour from Spanish Wells which is a big advantage in any development plans while the power plant in Spanish Wells is known to be one of the best in the whole of Bahamas which is a well-run reliable and privateentity. One will find labour, hardware stores, marinas as well as several other supplies of convenience within reach of their location.
It is an appealing spot of a short distant from the world famous Harbour Island which is easily accessible through the Fast Ferry service together with three airports on Eleuthera, and protected by barrier islands, with full service as well as utilities making it the most appropriate private marina.
The Gateway to Eleuthera
The International Airport is within 15 minutes away which accommodates commercial as well as private charters while the fast ferry services runs daily between Spanish Wells and Nassau and to some other islands and this service helps to go to Nassau/Paradise Island/Atlantis for gambling and nightlife and return back in the morning to head back to the island, to ones’ private home or lodging.
The beautiful and amazingly located property is at times referred as `The Gateway to Eleuthera’ and the property are highly valuable with regards to investment. Not only are the services and supplies accessible, Charles Island helps in building one’s dream home which can be readily found here. Nassau is the capital and the largest city as well as the commercial centre of the Commonwealth of Bahamas. It was formerly known as Charles Town and in 1684, was burned to the ground by the Spanish. It was renamed Nassau in 1695 after it was rebuilt under Governor Nicholas Trott in honour of Dutch Stadtholder and later on by King of England.
Amazing Views & Excellent Elevations
One will find various ridges offering amazing views and excellent elevations at Charles Island together with some low lying areas with deep water surrounding the island. The island has good infrastructure of building supplies, dry dock and repairs, contractors, mechanics, well stocked grocery stores some of which can be home delivered.
The proximity of Spanish Wells to the settlement is of great advantage with its excellent infrastructure. There are freight boats from the US, Nassau and other islands every week, besides golf cart, car rental, taxi and water taxi services, clinics, courier services, doctors, banks, together with customs and immigration and several other business which support and make their contribution to a good lifestyle.