Old Fort Bay

Nestled on the northern shore of New Providence Island just west of Lyford Cay is Old Fort Bay an extraordinary waterfront community. As you enter the magnificent arched gates it could be easily mistaken as an entrance to an ancient glorious Spanish city, for you will find picturesque tropical landscapes with immaculate grounds. Old Fort Bay is rooted by the historic Old Fort which dates back to the late 1700s and has since been beautifully restored as the substantial focal point of community life. The fundamental concept of Old Fort Bay is a combination of Old Bahamian island living with the current aspects in community planning and design with a beach club, marina, canal systems and parks.

The founders of Old Fort Bay new approach was to honour 1920' mansions of Jungle Cove and Cynara and also the 1950 Hollywood beach house Xanadu The community of Old Fort Bay, with the club as its centerpiece is unique. The new master plan celebrates the 1920s mansions of Jungle Cove and Cynara as well as the 1950s Hollywood beach house Xanadu integrated by its exquisite Venetian Villas, Club Villas and the three islands of Fincastle, Montagu and Charlotte and in the centerpiece of the community is the unique club. The Old Fort beach is considered the most beautiful beach on the island. Golf and tennis, snorkeling and world-famous diving are minutes away.

Located only 10 minutes from the Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport with direct international flights daily makes Old Fort Bay an attractive asset to the International home owners who currently reside there. With downtown Nassau only 25 minutes away, for those who want excitement, Nassau offers nightlife, gambling casinos and cuisine from all over the world.

Old Fort Bay’s latest properties that are available for sale include; deep water canal lots on the three islands, as well as the terrific Club Villas which are steps from the Old Fort Bay Club and under the same charismatic, cultured tropical landscaping.

The architectural code carefully ensures excellence without assigning a particular style. In other words, houses with their stylistic roots in the Mediterranean Revival coincide beautifully with houses firmly influenced by the traditional Caribbean vernacular. The result is sonorous.

Old Fort, it turns out, is part club, part community and part and parcel what everyone secretly dreams the “Old Bahamas” to be.

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