Scotland Cay, Abaco Islands
Just 7 miles north of Marsh Harbour lies the exquisite, tropic pleasures on Scotland Cay. Located between Guana Cay and Man-O-War Cay, Scotland Cay is a part of Abaco’s 130-mile chain of exclusive islands, offering residents superb comfort and privacy like no other. Scotland Cay is now equipped with newly developed roads, a 3,100-foot paved airstrip, electricity, water & sewage systems, and a marina. The 143 remaining lots on Scotland Cay are between 20,000 and 30,000 square feet, with high elevation and ocean views. The Scotland Cay Marina provides convenient transport through Abaco’s island chain via private vessel or ferry service to the mainland, Marsh Harbour. The community of Scotland Cay, presently, has over 75 residential homes with maintenance and repairs managed by the Scotland Cay Property Owners Association. Residents not only enjoy the local community, but also the vast amenities and activities on Great Abaco.
|Lot Size||98.05 acres|
|Living Area||4,270,948 sq.ft.|
|Property Type||Lots/Acreage, Vacant Land|
|Key Features||Ocean View|
|Location||Abaco Islands, Scotland Cay|
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