Bahamas Property Focus: Deja Vu

By Paul Joseph

Nestled on the canal in the heart of Lyford Cay, one of the most up-market districts in The Bahamas, Déjà Vu harmoniously combines colonial-style architecture with contemporary design.

Situated on 160 feet of water frontage with a 90 foot private deep-water dock, the property is spread over 10,000 square feet of exquisite living space and an additional 3,363 square feet of covered verandah.

The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home boasts an array of lavish features including a stunning foyer with 2-story spiral staircase, elaborate marble inlay floors, tray ceilings and a formal dining room with a panelled ceiling that seats 20

Other notable features include wrap-around terraces overlooking half an acre of lush, tropically landscaped gardens that encompass a private infinity edge pool, whilst separate staff/guest quarters contain 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with laundry, enclosed 2 car garage and kitchen facility.

The home also features a pecky cypress panelled study, walk-in wine room, third floor bonus room, basement, 40,000 gallon rainwater tank, and diesel generator.

Speaking to about the property, Bahamas real estate expert George Damianos said: “Déjà Vu is wonderful because the owners elevated the land before building the house. It’s very colonial with all its verandas, and it’s on the canal and has a 90 foot dock.

“All the rooms are spacious and they all have either trade or open beam ceilings and wood floors and it really has a nice tropical feel to it.”

Déjà Vu is currently on the market with an asking price of $9.5 million. For more information, contact Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty.

By Paul Joseph