One unusual feature is its 2,500-foot airstrip, which is one of the only in the Bahamas with its own pilot code.
"Every time I descend upon Innocence Island, I relish hearing the pilot announce our approach by calling out the island's airport code, MYEY. I sit back, smile and await the privacy and relaxation to come," said its current owner in a news release.
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The island, which has had only had four owners in its whole history, features 15 miles of nature trails as well as opportunities for fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding.
Not for you? Below are more Bahamas islands on sale:
- High Cay—$2.8 million—31 acres
- Leaf Cay—$8.5 million—30 acres
- Big Grand Cay—$11.5 million—213 acres
- Bird Cay—$11.9 million—250 acres
- Lighthouse Cay—$33.3 million—765 acres
- Darby Island—$40 million—554 acres
Concierge Auctions typically sells properties for between $2.5 million and $20 million. A 600-acre in the Exuma Cay recently sold for $50,000 per acre, or $30 million. A smaller 167-acre island went for $143,000 per acre, or $23.9 million.
Another ultra-high-end Caribbean property that came to market this year was Four Winds in Barbados. Real estate agency Savills listed the 2.56-acre property in March for $55 million, making it the most expensive house ever on the Barbados open market.