East End

Seclusion, serenity and scenic beauty distinguish Grand Cayman’s easternmost district, which encompasses the largest area of undeveloped land on the island. Seaside cottages and remarkable oceanfront residences serve as vacation homes for island residents and international property owners although a growing number of residents are choosing to live there full time.

 

US$283,683

*Average cost to buy

US$2,012

*Average cost to rent per month 

40 minute drive

to Owen Roberts International Airport

Our top picks

Things to love about East End

  • Wreck of the Ten Sails
  • Eating (then napping) at Miss Vivine’s Kitchen
  • Picnics at Barefoot Beach
  • Lovers Wall at The Blowholes

Living in East End

The lack of bustle and abundance of tranquillity make this sleepy parish an attractive place to buy or build a cosy bungalow or impressive estate.

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Things to do

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The Blowholes

This natural wonder is one of the most photographed attractions in the Cayman Islands.

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Wreck of the Ten Sails

A hilltop memorial with a view of remnants from a historic 10-vessel shipwreck in 1794.

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Health City

A world-class medical centre with affordable tertiary health services, this modern hospital welcomes patients from all over the world.

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Miss Vivine’s Kitchen

This is as authentic as it gets: delicious Caymanian food and an excellent view.

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Beaches

For the ultimate in seaside relaxation visit Barefoot Beach and Colliers Public Beach.

Amenities

Schools

East End is home to one primary school, East End Primary School.

Essential services

Essential amenities are available in East End including groceries, gas, and a public health clinic.

*Disclaimer: The above data is indicative of average sales and rental prices based on past performance and prevailing market conditions. This information should be used for guidance only and should not be relied upon to make investment decisions.