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Developer puts luxury Eleuthera homes on market

French Leave Harbour Village has just completed the construction of its seafront cottages in the area of Governor’s Harbour. Built by developers Lance Shaner and Eddie Lauth, the residential resort includes one and two bedroom cottages, which go on sale this week. 

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Haute Living
Friday, February 14, 2014
Friday, February 14, 2014
Hadley Henriette

Nasa PhotoFebruary 12, 2014 (Haute Living) — Owning a piece of The Bahamas most serene and undeveloped islands is about ready to be a lot easier. French Leave Harbour Village has just finished the first few true seafront cottages to be built in the area of Governor’s Harbour since the 1940s. Built by developers Lance Shaner and Eddie Lauth, the residential resort includes one and two bedroom cottages built to last. Hurricane glass, local stone, concrete and granite insure that the luxe cottages are worth every penny of the $675,000 – $1 million asking price.

Only 37 cottages will be built on the site that stretches over 270 prime acres and includes an untouched swath of pink sand beach all to itself. The “village” will include a fitness center, pool, bar and grill as well as a special events lawn where weddings will likely be staged. Neighbors include The Beach House and Tippys, two of the most happening restaurants on the island as well as Ocean View Farms, a beautiful new stable that offers horseback riding on deserted, pristine beaches.

Photos available at HauteLiving.com.

The first residences are to be delivered in March and the full resort is set for a quiet opening in November 2014. For more information please visit: www.frenchleaveeleuthera.com.

This is an excerpt from Haute Living as it appeared on February 14, 2014. For updates or to read the current version of this post in its entirety, please click here.

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