Listings in Exuma

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $2.1M
Lowest Price $10K
Highest Price $50M
Total Listings 79
Avg. Price/SQFT $68

Property Types (active listings)

Travel back in time & enjoy the tranquil natural beauty & slower pace of life Exuma real estate offers, 142 miles south of Nassau. One of the Bahamas’ Family Islands, Exuma is where you can get away from it all. Home to the Family Island Regatta, this part of the Bahamas is known for its serenity & outdoor activities. For investors looking for a more secluded community in the Bahamas real estate market, Exuma is the epitome of laid-back island living.


Whether you want to spend your days enjoying the traditional Bahamian crafts found at the central straw market in George Town, explore deserted beaches in Staniel Cay, or pass the time fishing, sailing or diving from your beachfront property on Great Exuma, your perfect residence is sure to be found on Exuma. Homes for sale here are miles from the commercial influence of more developed islands. Exuma is ideal for those who want to enjoy all of the natural beauty of the Bahamas without the crowds. However, with non-stop flights from Nassau and Florida, seclusion is only a short flight from the conveniences of larger cities.


The islands and cays that make Exuma offer prospective buyers of an Exuma get away so many possibilities. If you are looking for a home in a resort community, then George Town has several to choose from. Is a private island is more to your taste? Then Exuma Cays will have something to offer. Staniel Cay, meanwhile, will appeal to film buffs—the James Bond adventure Thunderball was filled there.


Both Great and Little Exuma lie at the end of a 100 mile string of Exuma islands and islets that run from northwest to southeast. Exuma is in high demand and homes are found dotted along gorgeous beachfronts and coves. George Town, the largest settlement, is a small bustling tourism and shipping port that helps keep Great Exuma properties in such high demand. Exuma is home to two major yachting events, the Annual Family Island Regatta and the Annual Georgetown Sailing Regatta held every March. During the Regatta, the population of the town easily doubles with visitors from Nassau and all over the world.


Homes in Great Exuma offer stunning views whether they are waterfront homes, hilltop homes or oceanfront property. Great Exuma is the place to look for secluded beachfront and private islands like Stocking Island. "The Ferry", to the south, is actually a long vehicular causeway linking the mainland to the island of Little Exuma. The Tropic of Cancer runs directly through George Town hence the name of one of the town's beaches, Tropic of Cancer beach. Approximately 900 people live in this scenic seaport, a favorite spot for yachters. The views and amazing water are what make Exuma special. Beachfront property is in high demand in because of the indescribable turquoise water, amazing boating, fishing and sandy beaches. Magnificent vistas with secluded beaches are the norm in Exuma.


Moss Town International Airport services Exuma with flights from Nassau and multiple US cities and with seasonal flights from Canada. The paved runway is able to accommodate any type of aircraft and the airport is currently being upgraded with new terminals and facilites.

Exuma is home to boutique, eco, luxury and all inclusive hotels, with restaurants serving local and international cuisine, grocery and liquor stores, pharmacies and bars. For those that want a little more action, there are self and crewed boats for rent, eco tours, atv tours kayaking and much more.

Listings in The Exuma Cays

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Nothing can describe the Exuma Cays. You have to see them and experience them to believe their unbelievable beauty. Ask Johnny Depp. He fell in love with this stretch of islands running north from Great Exuma, while filming Pirates of the Caribbean here and bought his own island. And the illusionist, David Copperfield also owns an island in the Exumas. These islands, over 360 of them, stretch for 100 miles, always within eyesight of each other, some no more than rocks others large enough for landing strips. There are more beaches in a thirty mile stretch of the Exuma Cays than there are anywhere else in the Bahamas, so if you are looking for a waterfront home Exuma Cays real estate is a good bet.

Let Us Take You On A Tour Of The Exuma Cays! The Exuma Cays start in the north at Highbourne Cay. Highbourne is a private island that caters to the rich and famous and locals alike. With a small oceanfront grocery store just a short walk up the dock, Highbourne is the place to restock supplies before heading south. The next cay to the south is Norman's Cay. Once the hangout of Columbian mobsters, it's now an idyllic piece of paradise with homes dotted along the beautiful beachfront and a private landing strip. Next, you pass the private islands of Cistern Cay, Halls Pond Cay and Musha Cay. Stop in for lunch by plane or boat at MacDuffs restaurant on Norman's Cay and you may see anybody from Michael Douglas to Lenny Kravitz or Johnny Depp having lunch at the bar. Halfway down the chain is Staniel Cay, where you can stop by plane or boat for fuel, food, ice or just to have lunch in the Staniel Cay Yacht Club. After Staniel Cay comes the Exuma Private Island of Musha Cay which is owned by illusionist David Copperfield. This magnificent private island resort boasts beachfront villas, infinity pools and lush tropical island landscaping. One night on this idyllic private island will cost you between $25,000.00 and $50,000 dollars. The highlight of Exuma Cays is the Exuma Cay Land and Sea Park where fish and coral are protected. The area teems with tropical fish.

The Exumas are amazing, the perfect place for an island getaway, with options as remote, or accessible as you desire. Contact our resident Exuma expert, Elena Russell, to find your piece of heaven!

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