- Sean O'Neill
A Peaceful Pace Of Life - Grand Turk
Updated: Apr 22, 2020
Old world charm with small Island intimacy, these are just two of the reasons two explore the real estate market in Grand Turk. All real estate markets around the world cater to different sectors of the market. As Providenciales has grown from the small developments of the 1960s to the commercial capital it is today Grand Turk has remained a small and sleepy Island exhibiting much of the pace of life that you will see in many other parts of the Caribbean. When speaking to property owners on Grand Turk it is clear that many have shorn the “fast pace life” of Providenciales for the quiet, historic, Front Street in our Nation’s Capital.
Better fishing, diving and whale watching were three reasons touted by residents who make the most of their natural surroundings, whether it is diving the walls on the West side of Grand Turk or swimming with stingrays at Gibbs Cay. There remains plans for further development of Grand Turk, whether that be at North Creek or Hawkes Nest, which, when coupled with the Islands history and culture, has the ability to further enhance the Island while maintaining its charm. As Providenciales has overtaken Grand Turk from a sales perspective the ability to purchase a slice of paradise remains significantly attainable in Grand Turk. The beaches are uncrowded, the donkeys run wild and the people are welcoming, what more could you want?