The country’s largest private island will go under the hammer later this month. And there’s no minimum bid, according to Mansion Global.
The 730-acre undeveloped island’s known as St. Andrews or Little Ragged Island. The island – the Bahamas’ southernmost – features beaches and deep-water access that can accommodate large yachts.
The listing noted that the island can be transformed into a private home or resort with sufficient space for an 18-hole golf course.
Concierge auctions says the estimated opening bid is $19.5 million. Bidding opens on March 26. A $100,000 deposit is required.