Sandyport, Nassau/New Providence
121 Sandyport Drive is a charming and spacious 3,000 sq ft canal front end unit townhouse with 4 beds, 3.5 baths situated in Sandyport with an outstanding view down the canal waterway. The ground floor features a kitchen with Corian countertops, large open living/dining room with views out to the canal, a powder room, covered porch, and dock space for a 30' boat. The second floor houses the master bedroom as well as a guest bedroom both with ensuite bathrooms, while the top floor boasts two large bedrooms with a shared full bathroom. Its currently leased long term. The Home Owner Association fee is $720 a month. In addition, a standby generator with an auto transfer switch. Sandyport is a gated community with numerous amenities including 24-hour security, pools, tennis courts, and playgrounds. Sandyport offers easy access to Marina Village with a variety of restaurants and shops. Close proximity to Baha Mar and the International Airport.
|Living Area||3,000 sq.ft.|
|Location||Nassau/New Providence, West N.P., Sandyport|
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