Directly east of the capital are two intertwined residential communities stretching from the North Sound to the southern coast. The area’s suburban vibe and proximity to George Town make it a popular choice among new homeowners and longtime residents.
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Things to love about Red Bay & Prospect
From classic townhomes to canalfront dwellings, homes in Red Bay and Prospect range in size and architectural style, providing diverse rental and sales options. The Shoppes at Grand Harbour, a commercial complex on the western edge of Red Bay, adds value to the area with its mix of amenities, eateries and services.
A gateway between the east and west sides of the island with easy access to George Town and Seven Mile Beach, this family-friendly community features a mix of condos and waterfront homes.
A prestigious neighbourhood with estates that showcase panoramic views and easy access to the North Sound.
Old Prospect Point
A secluded and quiet residential road featuring waterfront properties, including luxury condominiums and private residences.
Kings Sports Centre
Fitness buffs flock to this full-service gym with an inline skating rink, rock climbing wall and a bowling alley.
Black Pearl Skate Park
Ranked the largest skate park in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest in the world.
Cayman Islands Sailing Club
A member-supported club, sailing school and centre dedicated to providing the best sailing experience in Cayman.
A tranquil, white-sand beach and popular snorkelling spot to swim with the turtles with stunning views of the reef.
This area is home to Prospect Primary School, First Baptist Christian School, Montessori by the Sea and Hope Academy.
The Shoppes at Grand Harbour feature several local favourites when it comes to restaurants and the necessities of daily life: a supermarket, pharmacy, medical clinic, liquor store, bank and more.
*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.