A two-cottage compound on Lubbers Quarters Cay, a three-bedroom bungalow on Great Exuma island, and a two-bedroom condo on Paradise Island.

Two cottages connected by a walkway make up this peaceful residence on Lubbers Quarters Cay, a small island off the east coast of Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas. Each cottage has an en suite bedroom, and the larger of the two also has a kitchen, a living room and a sunroom overlooking the water. The property, sold furnished, has a new Westinghouse 7.5-kilowatt generator.

The home is on the southern end of the island. Its 70-foot dock with boat lifts could be expanded to accommodate a larger boat, according to the listing agent. Lubbers Quarter Cay is reachable only by private or chartered boat. From the home, Tahiti Beach is about three minutes by boat, while Tilloo Cut, a remote surfing and fishing spot, is about a five-minute boat ride. The barrier reef island of Elbow Cay, the next island over, has restaurants, boutiques, resorts and a landmark red-and-white lighthouse. Leonard M. Thompson International Airport, on Great Abaco, is about five miles west over land and water.

Size: 1,582 square feet

Price per square foot: $626

Indoors: The entrance to the main cottage is on the dock side. A walkway and stairs from the dock lead to the elevated waterfront terrace, which is furnished for dining and lounging. The sunroom has ceiling fans, recessed lights and a wall of windows with water views. In the open-concept living room and kitchen, the white-beam vaulted ceilings and pastel walls have a beachy look. The kitchen, with white cabinets, is set off from the living room by a counter, and there is more room to sit at the sunroom’s table and sofas. A bar and wine refrigerator are tucked into a living room wall. The en suite bedroom has mint-green walls and the same vaulted ceiling.

About 30 steps along a wooden walkway set over the lawn lead to the second cottage, which has a white deck. Both buildings have air-conditioners.

Outdoor space: The cottages sit on a waterfront lot that covers a third of an acre. Off the main house, a large elevated deck has water views. A walkway connects the home’s two bedrooms, and between them there’s a grassy area with trees and a barbecue. A workshop is beneath the main house, near the dock.

Costs: Property taxes are approximately 1 percent of the purchase price, the listing agent said.

Contact: Jane Patterson and Caroline Key, Bahamas Sotheby’s International Realty, 242-366-0163, sothebysrealty.com

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