Destination Cayman: Sites on the Sea

January 1, 2009Media Clippings
Salt Creek

Close your eyes and visualise the most perfect home on the planet. Does it have a waterside location with panoramic ocean views? Perhaps with your own boat dock at the bottom of the garden? Is it bathed in sunlight, offering elegant entertainment areas with an easy flow from indoors to outdoors? And surrounded by exquisite landscaping, in a carefully-planned community? Is it a home that bears your imprint yet it is in harmony with surrounding architecture?

Yes, yes, yes? Then, in your mind’s eye, you must have seen the seductive plans for Salt Creek. This is a new community on the secluded western shores of the North Sound where 23 generously-sized single family home sites have been arranged in three waterway quays. Purchasers can build their dream home, working with designers and architects to embody the philosophy of Salt Creek. The development’s design parameters, set to help to create a sense of community, echo traditional Caribbean architecture but reinterpret it with a modern twist.

Salt Creek

Set at seven feet above sea level, the home sites vary in size between a third-acre to just over a half-acre. They are canal-front and can have individual docks with 14 ft deep channel access to the North Sound. Offering an ideal location for those with boats and those who love the sea, most of the Salt Creek house sites enjoy views of a protected mangrove buffer to the north. Salt Creek is easily accessible by land from Seven Mile Beach and West Bay Road, providing a direct link to George Town and Owen Roberts International Airport.

Salt Creek is being developed by a subsidiary of Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd., the company behind a number of major developments on Grand Cayman including Camana Bay. Dart Realty is known for particularly high standards of landscaping and this will be a distinctive feature of Salt Creek. Shared open spaces, trails and sidewalks are to be landscaped by Dart Realty’s Camana Bay Nursery, whose horticulturists can be commissioned to design and care for private gardens.

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