A private island in the Central Bahamas hit the market Tuesday for $85 million. The island, in the Exumas chain, is coined Little Pipe Cay.

“Little Pipe Cay is what dreams are made of,” said Edward de Mallet Morgan, the head of Knight Frank’s Caribbean, in a news release.   

The current owners have spent the past 15 years developing the previously uninhabited 38 acres of land, transforming it into an elegant isle with five fully furnished homes, four private beaches, and hundreds of feet of dock frontage to accommodate boats, according to Knight Frank.

The property is located 70 miles southeast of Nassau and 270 miles from Miami, making it accessible directly by seaplane. Staniel Cay, which offers a host of tropical amenities like water sports, cave tours, and sea parks, is located less than three miles away from Little Pipe Cay by boat. Additionally, Big Major Cay also known as “Pig Island,” famed for its swimming pigs, is less than two miles away from the newly listed island.

Little Pipe Cay is one of 365 islands in the Exumas chain, a 130-mile-long archipelago known for its white, sandy beaches and pristine waters that beam with diverse marine life.

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Woslee Construction, the firm which developed the island, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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