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An entire tropical island, named Iguana Island, is now up for grabs at a price less than an average London flat.

This five-acre paradise is nestled 12 miles off the coast of Nicaragua, in the Caribbean Sea.

Surprisingly, the island is on sale for just $475,000 (£389,751.75), which is cheaper than an average London flat.

According to Rightmove, the average cost of a flat in London in 2021 was £528,621.

And despite the listing price, the current owners said they are still open to reasonable offers.

The island is adorned with coconut palms and banana trees, and features a three-bedroom property with two bathrooms, a wrap-around porch, a dining room, a bar and a swimming pool.

The house is beautifully decorated with yellow walls, green windows, and classic, dark wood furniture.

Each bedroom comes with a double bed, a set of drawers, and decorative frames.

There are also additional accommodations on the other side of the island, perfect for guests or staff members, all built to modern standards by an American developer.

A stroll by the ocean reveals a boardwalk ideal for peaceful walks by the sea, and a 28-foot observation tower, offering stunning views across the water to distant rainforests.

The surrounding waters, teeming with tropical fish and reefs, make it a haven for snorkelling or scuba diving enthusiasts.

The island is also known for its fish cuisine, with an abundance of angler fish, snappers, mackerel, barracuda, tuna, billfish and wahoo.

The island comes with long-serving staff, including an on-site manager and caretakers, who are willing to stay on with the new owners of Iguana Island.

The island comes with a backup generator, septic system and water catchment system, ensuring you’re always prepared. It also has water, television, internet, cell service and electricity.

Despite being secluded, it’s only a 45-minute plane ride to Nicaragua’s capital, Managua, or a short boat trip to Bluefields, a small town in Nicaragua.

The new owners will have easy access to local amenities, including restaurants, bars, and shops.

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This notice was published: 2023-12-07 19:16:00

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