A little island in the Bahamas that was developed by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill is currently available to be purchased with a requesting cost from $35 million.
Notwithstanding the fact that it isn’t 100% known whether the music stars are as yet the owners of the 19.77-section of land L’île d’Anges, the property doesn’t seem to have changed hands since they bought it in 2003.
The island, otherwise called Goat Cay, is situated inside the Exuma area of the Bahamas and is open by means of boat or seaplane. It offers almost 1.3 miles of sea facing, including two white sand sea shores and a private harbor.
The main home is located on the higher ground at the focal point of the island and contains in excess of 6,500 square feet of living space isolated into eight separate structures, which are associated by around 5,000 square feet of outside walkways, as per the listing.
The four rooms of the house are situated in individual constructions and orchestrated around an open-plan incredible room, which can be transformed into an indoor-open air engaging space.
The home’s porch carport entryways gives access out to the huge pool, sun deck, and covered feasting zone. Every one of the room suites includes a private porch outfitted with relax seats and daybeds, and the main suite even has an open air drenching tub.
Also, on the island are two yurt-style guesthouses found right on the primary sea shore, in addition to an extra 6,000 square feet of staff lodging and designing and mechanical offices.
The couple have been to practically all over the world, craving to create and develope a unique spot they couldn’t discover elsewhere. Each time they land the plane and walk onto the sea shore and head up to the house, they look at one another and say, ‘This is the best spot on the planet’.