‘Columbus Beach Cottage:’ A Picturesque Caribbean Home on Ambergris Cay

Every good home comes with a good story, and “Columbus Beach Cottage” is no different.

Columbus Beach Cottage
Columbus Beach Cottage

The sellers spent years traveling the world and enjoyed many of the islands in the Caribbean, but when they found Ambergris Cay, they knew they had found the place where they could spend time with friends and family in a relaxed, safe community.

Columbus Beach Cottage

The staff and members are welcoming, warm, and enthusiastic. Everyone enjoys every moment they are on the Cay.

 Columbus Beach Cottage

As the saying goes, there’s a place for everyone, and Ambergris is not for everyone. There is no nightlife other than a great restaurant in a gorgeous setting. There is privacy and security without gates and locks and a friendly staff that any five-star resort would be proud to have.

Columbus Beach Cottage

Ambergris has beautiful beaches, rolling hills with out-of-this-world sunset views, jagged limestone cliffs, grassy plains, rare and beautiful tropical flora and fauna interspersed with strictly controlled West Indies architecture, with the sound of the sea almost ever-present.

Columbus Beach Cottage

On Ambergris, there is bone fishing, trophy deep sea fishing, shallow reef fishing, tennis courts, kayaking, Hobie Cats, plantation ruins, and a marina.

Columbus Beach Cottage

Columbus Beach Cottage has four beautiful bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, a small pool, and breathtaking views. There are no cars here, just golf carts and bicycles.

Columbus Beach Cottage

The residence is steps from one of the nicest beaches in the world with the clearest water. With snorkeling gear, you can view fish like you are in an aquarium, catch lobsters, pick sea urchin off the bottom of the sea floor, and watch sea turtles nest on the beach before returning to the sea.

Columbus Beach Cottage

Address: Lakay Columbus Cottage

Price: $3,495,000

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4 (1 Half)

View the listing here.

Images courtesy of Ian Hurdle