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    Turks and Caicos Luxury Real Estate

    The Shore Club, located on Long Bay Beach on the exclusive island of Providenciales (Provo) offers Turks and Caicos luxury real estate in an idyllic and secluded beachfront setting.

    The third resort project for award winning Hartling Group, the Shore Club introduces a new type of Turks and Caicos luxury real estate to the Caribbean real estate market.

    For over 15 years, the Hartling Group has been developing and managing luxury resorts on Providenciales, including The Sands on Grace Bay and the Regent Palms.

    DECCO, a Dart Enterprises company from Cayman Islands, is providing construction financing and management for the Shore Club. Their considerable resources and development expertise – as evidenced in their Camana Bay project on Grand Cayman - provides a tremendous asset for this Long Bay Beach resort.

    Located just 2.5 miles/4 km from world acclaimed Grace Bay Beach, the Shore Club is the first resort real estate development on spectacular Long Bay Beach.

    The Shore Club occupies a lush nine-acre landscape and features 820 linear feet of beachfront and unobstructed views of Turks & Caicos' famous turquoise waters from every suite and villa. This low-density development consists of just 38 suites in two low-rise buildings and six detached villas. The resort plan sets a new standard for Turks and Caicos luxury real estate and includes three swimming pools, a spa and wellness centre, retail shops, restaurants, tennis courts and event space. In addition to the resort amenities, owners and guests will be treated to an expansive beach graced by palm trees, refreshing tradewinds and a level of privacy normally found only on private islands.

    If you are searching for Turks and Caicos luxury real estate that offers timeless classic design, quality construction and an effective property management and rental program, look no further than The Shore Club at Long Bay Beach. The resort is now under construction and over 65% sold out.

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