Believe it or not, three islands near Panama have been put on sale for the low price of $100 million. Before you dismiss that opening sentence as ludicrous or the price as exorbitant, let’s take a moment to remember that just last year an anonymous buyer paid nearly twice that amount for a painting. Yes, three islands amounting to 1,800 acres of land with 50 beaches cost less than a painting. Let that sink in for a minute.
The islands of Bayoneta, Cañas and La Caida are collectively known as the Cayonetas Islands and are undeveloped and uninhabited as of now. However they are still home to 4 species of turtles and 12 subspecies of birds that cannot be found on the mainland among other creatures and critters. The islands are being offered by Pangea World, a foundation that combines business with sustainability and conservation.
With 30 per cent of the land available for development (the other 70 per cent must remain a nature reserve) any potential owners are free to build either a resort or a private residence. Buyers can work alongside Pangea World to build responsibly and sustainably on this slice of paradise.
Though $100 million may not be pocket change for everyone, we can definitely think of someone to whom this would be a steal.
[ Via : Robbreport ]