The main home on the Cay is composed of three separate segments, or buildings, with a total of 3211 sq. ft inside. The three segments are connected by covered outdoor breezeways and living areas that make up another 2210 sq. ft. All three buildings have 19 foot vaulted ceilings. The house is elevated 12 feet above the ground on seventy-five concrete pilings.
The largest segment (1722 sq. ft) consists of the main living area. The living room has a gas fireplace, four mahogany display cabinets, and a low mahogany entertainment cabinet. Between the living room and the kitchen is the regulation pool table and the wet bar. The kitchen has two 25 cu. ft side by side refrigerator/freezers, double gas ovens, gas cook top, microwave/convection oven, and double sinks with a disposal. The dining room is separate from the other rooms and has built-in china cabinets and a buffet. There is also a powder room and a huge pantry, which is capable of storing over a year's supply of groceries.
The second portion of the house, which is 864 sq. ft, contains the master bedroom and sitting area, dressing area, a bathroom, and an outside storage room. There are built-in mahogany bookcases and cabinets in the bedroom, and the dressing room is completely built-in. The bathroom has two widely separated lavatories, a 4'x8' all glass shower enclosure, and a separate toilet room. The outside storage room contains an upright freezer along with floor to ceiling storage shelves.
The third segment of the house is 625 sq. ft and contains the second bedroom, sitting area, dressing area, and bathroom. It also has many built-in mahogany bookcases and cabinets.
The deck is used extensively for daily living, and it has two seating areas and two dining areas. Adjacent to one seating area is an entertainment cabinet with a VCR and television. At one corner of the deck a 300-gallon hot tub with gas heater has been cantilevered out. It is raised four feet above the rest of the deck and provides a beautiful view of the beach and surrounding foliage. On the deck there is also one gas grill and a BBQ pit.
Beneath the main house are three cisterns which hold 8,000 gallons each and a 240 sq. ft. laundry and storage room.
The second home, which has been used as a guesthouse, is on the windward beach. It has 900 square feet inside and is raised on six-foot pilings. It consists of two segments connected by a 564 sq. ft covered deck and small garden. Both sides of the house have vaulted 12-foot ceilings. On the left side of the house is a full kitchen with a small gas stove and oven, a refrigerator with icemaker, double sinks with disposal and a breakfast bar. Adjacent to this is the bright and airy living room. There is also a large storage room on this side of the house.
The deck has outdoor seating for five, as well as a hammock. It serves as a funnel for the prevailing ocean breezes and includes a palm tree and almond tree in its center. Across the deck from the kitchen is the bedroom area. It has two bedrooms, each with generous mahogany storage cabinets and closets. Between the two bedrooms is a bath with a separate toilet and shower area.
The third home in the complex has been used as both a caretaker's house and a guesthouse. It has 720 square feet inside and is situated looking out at the dock and the island of Guanaja. It is only 10 feet from the white beach and beautiful calm water on this side of the Cay. It is raised about three feet and has a 208 sq. ft covered porch running across the entire length of it. On the back of the house is a 350 sq. ft uncovered deck with a built-in table, benches and other seating.
The interior of this house is unique in that it is made entirely of mahogany. Being inside is like being in a small yacht. It has a full kitchen, dining area, living room, one bedroom and one bath. There is also a storage room adjacent to the house, which has a washer and dryer. Both houses that were just described have large adjacent cisterns.
Near the north end of the island is an outdoor beach party area with beautiful views of the sea. The area is supplied with water and electricity and has a well conceived sound system. There is also a very large BBQ pit capable of cooking an entire pig. It is built of brick and has two fireboxes, custom stainless steel doors, griddle, and hood (all of which were manufactured in the US) and a 30 foot stack.
There is standard telephone service for local and worldwide calls available at cost.
There are 2 televisions and DVD players, Direct TV satellite service with all the networks and HBO.
There is Internet Access with Wi-Fi.