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Listing of the Day: $10 Million Kilkee House on Nassau’s Paradise Island

beautiful view of the back of the kilkee house

Located on Bahamas’ beautiful Paradise Island, the Kilkee House has a history that makes its $10 million price tag seem like a deal. Rising to popularity in the 1960s, the Kilkee House is nestled on two acres of private property which spans the entire length of the island. The home once welcomed guests like Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, and Nicolas Cage – and it’s easy to see why so many rich and famous people would be drawn there. The 11,000 square-foot house is only accessible by boat and provides the ultimate level of privacy for those looking to enjoy a little peace and quiet away from the rest of the world. On top of that, it has almost ever amenity you could ever wish for. The home boasts a master suite with dressing rooms, staff quarters, a beautiful foyer, a pool with waterfalls, and several living rooms. If that wasn’t enough to impress you, the home also has plenty of space to entertain both indoors and out. With great views, plenty of space, and a classic feel – this home is on the brink of catching a second win for a new generation of party people.

So far, the home has only had three owners, and whoever is lucky enough to purchase the home when it goes up for auction on December 3, will be getting a nice little piece of history. If there’s one home that really embodies what it’s like to live in paradise, this is it. Take a look at these photos to see just how beautiful the Kilkee House really is.

Ocean view from the kilkee house

 large bedroom in the kilkee house
bathroom with glass vanity
Formal sitting room in the kilkee house
Spacious kitchen with island
Formal dining room in the kilkee house
Backyard swimming pool with waterfall
View of private dock at the kilkee house
Arie view of the kilkee house dock

images via inman.com

Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.