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  • 1. Long  Island  Breeze  Resort   Salt  Pond,  Long  Island,  The  Bahamas                                                                         The  Long  Island  Breeze  Resort  opened  in  2008  and  is  ideally  situated  in  Salt  Pond,  a  community  that  could  be  described  as   being  ‘at  the  Centre  of  Long  Island’.    The  two  main  supermarkets  are  located  in  Salt  pond  along  with  a  service  station,  boat   refueling  dock  and  a  number  of  other  businesses  including  real  estate,  hairdressers  and  boat  chandlers.    Adjacent  to  Long   Island  Breeze  is  the  dock  where  the  weekly  mail  boat  arrives  carrying  most  of  the  essential  supplies  for  the  island.     Cruising  around  the  islands  of  the  Bahamas  is  a  hugely  popular  pastime  among  the  American  boating  community,  the  period   between  January  and  June  of  each  year  being  particularly  busy  with  boats  on  the  cruising  circuit.     Until  Long  Island  Breeze  opened  the  most  southerly  point  with  facilities  for  food  resupply,  fueling,  laundry,  showers  and   Internet  was  Georgetown  at  the  southern  tip  of  the  Exuma  chain.    Long  Island  Breeze  was  designed  with  the  intention  of   extending  the  established  cruising  route  and  has  a  solid  reputation  among  the  cruising  fraternity  with  the  2012-­‐13  season   seeing  a  substantial  increase  in  the  numbers  of  visiting  boats.    A  50’  floating  dock  system  has  recently  been  added.        
  • 2. The  Government  Approved  Master  Plan  for  the  completion  of  the  resort  is  already  in  place  and  consists  of  the  following:     •  Main  restaurant  /  facilities  building  (completed)   •  1  unit  with  3  rental  rooms  and  1  bedroom  rental  apartment  (completed)   •  3  four  hotel  room  beachfront  studio  units  (one  completed)   •  4  units  each  with  4  rental  rooms  /  studios   •  2  retail  units  each  with  3  shops/offices  on  ground  floor  and  3  studio  apartments  above   •  1  unit  with  20  rental  rooms  /  studio  apartments   •  1  administrative  /  storage  /  laundry  block   •  4  roadside  street  market  units   •  200’  ocean  front  boardwalk  with  two  120’  piers  with  40’  T-­‐docks  for  daily  and  long  term  dockage   •  Utility  building  (completed)                                                                                     The  three  beachfront  studios,  the  white  buildings  to  the  left  in  the  master  plan,  each  contain  four  hotel  rooms.  These  frontline   units  are  single  story  so  as  not  to  detract  from  the  view  of  the  rooms  behind.     The  yellow  building  is  the  existing  cottage  and  the  blue  building  is  the  bar,  restaurant,  laundry,  showers  and  pool  deck.     The  four  white  buildings  in  the  center  of  the  plan  are  4  room  2-­‐story  units.  Care  has  been  taken  to  place  them  between  the   gaps  in  the  frontline  units  to  allow  ocean  views  from  the  ground  floor  rooms.     The  structures  to  the  bottom  of  the  plan  are  the  six  retail  units  with  apartments  above  and  the  large  building  on  the  right  is  the   20-­‐room  motel-­‐style  unit.  This  building  also  contains  two  housekeeping/storage  rooms  for  the  use  of  the  room  maids.     The  grey  roofed  building  at  the  entrance  to  the  car  park  is  the  existing  utilities  building  and  the  small  green  buildings  are  the   street  market  vendors.     Currently,  visiting  boats  have  to  anchor  in  the  bay  and  use  a  tender  for  the  trip  to  the  resorts’  floating  dock.  The  master  plan   includes  the  installation  of  2  x  120  foot  jetties  with  40  foot  T-­‐docks  extending  out  from  a  20  foot  boardwalk  which  will  allow   boats  to  moor  right  alongside  the  resort  facilities.     When  complete  the  resort  will  have  a  total  of  48  rentable  rooms  plus  six  shops  and  a  street  market  consisting  of  four  vendor   units.     Again,  the  Government  Approved  Master  Plan  for  the  completion  of  the  resort  is  already  in  place.     The  current  owners  have  completed  the  main  restaurant  /  facilities  building,  one  cottage,  one  beachfront  studio,  the  utility   building  and  50’  of  floating  dock.     All  buildings  meet  or  exceed  the  Miami  Dade  building  codes.  
  • 3.   Main  restaurant  and  facilities  building:       The  2nd  floor  restaurant  is  6000  SF  under  air  and  seats  approximately  60  people  comfortably.    Another  20  people  can  be   seated  on  the  balcony.    There  are  men’s  and  women’s  restrooms,  a  10  seat  bar,  lounge  area  with  sofas,  and  a  commercial   restaurant  kitchen.    An  elevator  services  all  three  floors.       There  are  two  rooms  on  the  3rd  floor  presently  being  utilized  as  living  quarters  for  the  owners  that  will  eventually  become   private  dining  rooms.    These  rooms  have  their  own  bathroom  and  one  room  also  has  a  kitchenette.    Both  rooms  exit  onto  a   balcony  that  has  an  18”  wide  counter  top  running  the  length  of  the  railing.    The  view  from  both  balconies  is  exceptional  and   the  sunsets  are  breathtaking  from  that  vantage  point.    The  common  area  between  the  two  rooms  functions  as  the  office  for  the   resort.    A  loft  above  this  floor  serves  as  storage  and  has  access  to  4th  floor  balcony.     The  ground  or  1st  floor  has  a  3500  SF  pool  deck,  a  400  SF  Gazebo  and  a  24’  x  16’  fresh  water  swimming  pool.    There  are  men’s   and    women’s  restrooms,  a  laundry  room  with  3  commercial  washers  and  3  commercial  dryers,  and  there  are  also  three   separate  showers  and  dressing  areas  for  the  boaters  to  utilize.    The  patio  bar  and  grill  serves  the  lighter  side  menu  during  the   day  and  early  evening  for  those  who  prefer  a  more  casual  atmosphere.    Behind  the  patio  bar  is  the  dry  storage  area  for  the   restaurant  and  includes  a  walk  in  freezer  and  a  walk  in  refrigerator.    The  entertainers  use  the  gazebo  for  their  stage  and  it  also   provides  a  protected  area  for  karaoke  and  private  gatherings.    There  are  tables  and  chairs  to  seat  another  40  people  in  the   breezeway  area  and  another  6  or  8  can  be  seated  at  the  patio  bar.    The  pool  deck  comfortably  accommodates  up  to  200  people   attending  dances  and  other  affairs.        
  • 4. Cottage:         The  cottage  is  2400  SF  under  air  with  another  500  SF  of  balconies  overlooking  the  harbor.    The  cottage  is  comprised  of  3   separate  hotel  rooms  with  baths  each  with  their  own  private  entrances  on  the  first  floor.     The  second  floor  of  the  cottage  is  a  one-­‐bedroom  and  has  a  balcony  off  the  dining/great  room  and  another  private  balcony  off   the  master  bedroom.    The  kitchen  has  a  full  line  of  stainless  steel  appliances  and  granite  kitchen  counter  tops  and  granite  bar   top.    There  is  a  powder  room  off  the  kitchen  area.    The  dining  room  table  seats  six  with  another  three  seats  at  the  bar.    The   furniture  and  fixtures  are  top  of  the  line.    There  is  plenty  of  closet  space  and  the  pull  down  stair  provides  access  to  the  walk   around  attic  for  storage.     Beachfront  Studio:         The  beachfront  studio  is  960  SF  under  air.    Each  unit  is  a  typical  hotel  unit  with  private  bath,  ample  built  in  storage  and  a  small   refrigerator.    Two  face  the  waterfront  and  two  face  the  rear.    Both  front  and  back  have  a  covered  deck  with  ample  room  for   sitting.       For  further  views  of  the  facilities  please  visit:   www.longislandbreezeresort.com     Available  In-­‐Whole  ($3,000,000)  or  In-­‐Part