The Caribbean islands are a playground for the popular and rich, so it comes as no shock that they are also home to some of the world’s most costly real estate.
Keep scrolling to view the most costly properties in the Caribbean.
Bahamas: You can buy your own slice of Caribbean paradise for only $29 million. This 4 bedroom retreat in Lyford Cay comes with a 355-foot private beachfront and a guest house.
ST.BARTS: This hilltop estate, called Villa Rose, will set you back $34.9 million. The 4 king-sized bedrooms are spread across the 3 separate buildings.
Cayman islands: This property is listed for $39,9 million. It has 8 bedrooms, a spa, gym, home cinema and a big sundeck that doubles as a helipad.
British Virgin Islands: This 5 bedroom property, on a peninsula on the Virgin Gorda islands, overlooks the Caribbean sea and has its own private beach.
Barbados: This ten bedroom, ten bathroom megamansion is right on the waterfront of the western island side, in one of the most exclusive places. It costs $40 million.
Bermuda: The former residence of the American Consul General, this fifteen-bedroom mansion once hosted President George Bush, according to the listing. It has been decorated and is now on the market for $45 million.
Barbuda and antigua: Placed near vacation homes owned by Armani, Giorgio, Oprah, and Eric Clapton, this $49.2 million property is one of the most costly parts of the Island Antigua.
ST.Barts: The new owner of this $58 million property would not need to cross paths with their visitors unless they wish. The property is split over 2 villas and comes with a caretaker’s cottage and 3 swimming pools.
Barbados: This twenty-bedroom megamansion could be yours for $120 million. There is enough underground parking for eighteen vehicles, and it has its health club, spa and coffee shop.
- Barts: This wonderful, 2 villa Caribbean estate, which comes with a coconut grove and private beach, was designed by banker Benjamin de Rothschild.