Prime land overlooking the beach and ocean in White Bay, which is one of the BVI's premier vacation destinations, made famous by Kenny Chesney in his song "No shirt, no shoes, no problem". For those who truly value small island beach life and are...
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Prime land overlooking the beach and ocean in White Bay, which is one of the BVI's premier vacation destinations, made famous by Kenny Chesney in his song "No shirt, no shoes, no problem". For those who truly value small island beach life and are looking to unplug from daily life.
The land is located in the first section of White Bay, which offers more privacy and tranquility. Within walking distance, one can reach the second section of White Bay, which harbours the world famous beach bars, visited by thousands of tourists every year. The ferry dock in Great Harbour, which brings you directly to West End, Tortola, is less than a 5 minute drive away. Great Harbour has small supermarkets, various bars and restaurants, including the popular Foxy's.
Develop your personal island dream scape which can be used as an investment opportunity, a second home or a primary residence, if desired.
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White Bay Estate Land, Other Jost Van Dyke, Jost Van Dyke British Virgin Islands is a أراضي for Sale for $900,000. Was built in , has on a lot of 7.61 فدادين and it's composed from Bedrooms, full baths
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