Grand Turk Real Estate

Grand Turk Cruise ShipGrand Turk, the capital of Turks and Caicos Islands, where government has its headquarters, is almost seven miles long and just over a mile wide. Grand Turk has beautiful beaches like the other Turks and Caicos Islands. Grand Turk Cruise Centrer was completed in 2006 and tens of thousands of visitors arrive from cruise ships to visit the old world charm and historic buildings of this island.

Grand Turk is almost 7 miles long and just over a mile wide, has an old world charm with Bermudian, colonial architecture, 140 year old light house brought over from England that sits at the north end of the island and buildings with walled courtyards to keep wandering donkeys from dining on the foliage adds to the old world charm.The population of Grand Turk is approximately 3,000, many of whom work for the government there.

Grand Turk has experienced a great increase in activity since Carnival Cruise Lines recently made a long-term commitment to coming to the island. Carnival created a port at the southwest side of the island and the cruise ships have been landing there since February 2006. A large marketing push by the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board and Carnival Cruise Lines has increased TCI’s presence in the minds of potential travelers and investors, and has increased interest in the beauty and history of Grand Turk. Century old buildings, old world charm, beautiful ambiance and world class beaches along with some of the best diving in the world make Grand Turk a perfect destination to visit and in which to invest. New roads, a new airport terminal, and the refurbishing of Governor’s Beach increased Grand Turk’s potential to attract investors. There are many business opportunities on Grand Turk. Population is approximately 5,000 residents. Grand Turk has some of the best diving in the world and you will see stingrays, thousands of fish and humpback whales in season.

Two Spectacular Elevated Lots on Ridge with Beachfront each $219,000 Side by Side

Grand Turk Beach

This lot in Grand Turk, the capital of the Turks and Caicos Islands is on Lighthouse Road, close to the top of the island and has views in both directions. You can walk down to the beach on the east side of the island. It is a short distance to the downtown center and restaurants and close proximity to the Community College. Carnival Cruise Ships dock at the opposite end of the island. In the winter season you can enjoy the Humpback Whales passing by Grand Turk. History of the islands is seen in the architecture and the people. If you want to relax and slow down and meet friendly people, Grand Turk is the place to be.

Beach at CorktreeOn the Beach in Grand Turk - $369,000

Beachfront real estate on 0.32 acre and has 155 ft of ocean frontage with 2457 sq ft, screened in porches. Affordable beachfront real estate located in a small community of Corktree which has 10 homes, a short distance to downtown in Grand Turk.

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