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Island Living Like No other

Capstone Homes works in the most exclusive Nassau neighborhoods, including Albany, Lyford Cay, and Old Fort Bay.

  • ALBANY

    Set on 600 oceanside acres on New Providence Island, the Albany resort community offers beachfront villas, custom homes with views of the championship golf course, and a marina residence overlooking the mega-yacht marina. Ranging from three to eight bedrooms, these residences offer the largest living spaces available, complete with well-appointed furnishings and fixtures. Designed to be a community where one can live, work, and play, Albany has a residence to meet any lifestyle from vacation villas and custom homes with golf course views to beachfront estates with ocean vistas and dramatic penthouses overlooking the marina. With its location on New Providence Island, Albany enjoys convenient access to banking, healthcare, emergency services, educational facilities, and transportation.

  • Lyford Cay

    Built in the 1950s, this neighborhood is a proper, old-world-style paradise that caters to those who desire the decorum of times gone by. The style of architecture is British Colonial, incorporating beach-friendly features, like sweeping verandas. The Lyford Clay neighborhood is located on the 1,000 gated acres on western tip of New Providence Island. A standard lot size is half an acre and homes range from $2 to $70 million. In the center of this picturesque neighborhood is the exclusive Lyford Cay Club. In addition to the 50-room hotel and rental cottages that it provides, its campus includes a swimming pool, tennis court, an 18-hole golf course, pro sports shops, and a handful of diverse restaurants.

  • OLD FORT BAY

    Old Fort Bay is nestled along the northern shore of New Providence Island. The neighborhood combines Old Bahamian island living with the latest in community design with a beach club, marina, canal systems, and parks. The architectural code carefully ensures excellence, combining diverse styles, where Mediterranean Revival co-exists beautifully with houses firmly influenced by the traditional Caribbean vernacular. Plus, the Old Fort beach is considered the most beautiful beach on the island. Only minutes from the neighborhood is golf, tennis, snorkeling, and world-famous diving.

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