Dwell Magazine by Luxury Design
Standing among 36 acres of a private island in the Caribbean, Elizabeth Island, this 3,100-square foot estate offers carbon-negative living just minutes from the famed Great Exuma. Nestled in the world’s first-ever fully sustainable solar-powered yacht and residence club, Ki’ama Bahamas, the $4.25 million estate features six bedrooms each with views of the stunning cerulean waters.
Featuring a one-story linear design to thoughtfully blend into and respect the island topography, the estate features 12-foot ceilings to maximize ventilation and light. Ensuite bedrooms provide private work spaces and ample closets. Externally, the timber frames of the estate home are engineered to withhold a Category 4 hurricane and exterior lighting is “Dark Sky” compliant, creating the ultimate eco-friendly opportunity for stargazing under the Bahamian night sky. Spanning 3,100 interior square foot in addition to significant decking and a private pool, the home can also be customized to the owner’s wishes. Homeowners even have the option for a 1/8th yacht share and access to the Ki’ama clubhouse and spa.