A Guide to Buying Property in Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos

Welcome to our guide to buying property in Grace Bay in the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Here you can find out all about the real estate market, including the best places to buy and property prices.

To find out about the buying process, read our guide to buying property in Turks & Caicos.


Overview – Grace Bay Real Estate

Grace Bay beach is the jewel in the crown of the island of Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Famed for its powder soft white sand and impossibly clear turquoise warm water, the beach is widely considered one of the best beaches in the world.

As a consequence, Grace Bay real estate is highly sought after.

The beach is lined by some of the best hotels, resorts and condominium residences in the Caribbean, if not the world. Several of these offer property for sale, representing your opportunity to snap up condos for sale in Grace Bay.

There are also some magnificent beachfront homes for sale in Grace Bay, some of which are just footsteps from the warm ocean – possibly the perfect beach house.

Grace Bay Beach extends for roughly 3 miles. To the east it extends to Leeward Beach and to the west it extends to The Bight. The entire stretch is approximately 7 miles.

Grace Bay Beach is perfect for water sports, relaxing in the sunshine and gourmet meals and cocktails at the area’s superb restaurants.


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As specialists in luxury Caribbean property, we can introduce you to a wide selection of the finest residential property, land for sale and commercial real estate in Grace Bay in the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Discover the most sought after real estate investment opportunities and benefit from unrivaled insight into the market.

To find your perfect property in Grace Bay, search Grace Bay real estate listings.


Getting to Grace Bay

To get to the Grace Bay area, fly to Providenciales (or “Provo” as it is commonly referred to).

There are direct flights to Provo, the main gateway to the Turks & Caicos Islands, from several cities in the USA and Canada, including Miami, Boston, Houston, New York and Toronto.