Chalk Sound


Chalk Sound National Park is an ancient lagoon on the southwest point of Providenciales. Hundreds of tiny, delicately formed limestone islands contrast with brilliant turquoise water. No more than five feet deep, the sound is a haven for paddle boarders and kayaking. The pure white bottom of this shallow lagoon means the water is a truly unique, bright turquoise seen nowhere else. Individual homes boast views of the most alluring blue waters in the Caribbean along this secluded spot. The privacy and stunning natural environment of Chalk Sound, just minutes from all that Grace Bay has to offer, make it a desirable place to call home.



Living in Leeward on the island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, is a unique blend of island living and suburban convenience. The area is known for its quiet, residential neighbourhoods and proximity to amenities such as grocery stores, restaurants, and schools. Despite being a residential area, Leeward is still close to the beaches and crystal-clear waters that the Turks and Caicos are known for. Turquoise canals throughout lead out to a marina which can accommodate yachts up to 200′. The community is friendly and tight-knit, and the local culture is rich and vibrant. The area offers a variety of outdoor activities, such as fishing, kayaking, snorkelling and diving, as well as several excellent restaurants and shops. The relaxed pace of life and easy access to amenities make Leeward a desirable place to call home for families and professionals looking for a more suburban lifestyle in the Caribbean.

Turtle Cove


Turtle Cove is a picturesque marina and resort village located on the island of Providenciales at the west end of Grace Bay. It is the storied home of the first hotel and marina built on Providenciales in the 1960s. Today it’s known for excellent dining options, nightlife, luxury villas, condos, and townhomes. Visitors to Turtle Cove can enjoy snorkelling, diving, and fishing; the marina at Turtle Cove is a popular spot for boating and water sports enthusiasts, with a variety of charters and rental options available. Quiet beaches and excellent snorkelling at Smith’s Reef, easily accessible from shore, are bonuses to this neighbourhood.

Turtle Tail


Turtle Tail is a beautiful and secluded neighbourhood located on the southern end of the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands. It is famous for some of its more well-known residents and for its stunning waterfront properties with awe-inspiring views of the Caribbean Sea. The area offers a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere, making it an ideal spot for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of more touristy areas. Visitors to Turtle Tail can enjoy various outdoor activities, such as swimming, snorkelling, and kayaking in the crystal clear waters, as well as hiking and bird-watching in the surrounding nature reserves. The area is also home to some of the most exclusive and luxurious properties in the Turks and Caicos, making it a popular destination among affluent travellers and second-home owners.

Grace Bay Beach


Grace Bay, Providenciales, is breathtaking, barefoot chic, with clear turquoise water and miles of soft white sand protected by the world’s 3rd largest barrier reef. The beach is widely considered one of the most beautiful in the world and has topped nearly every award list, year after year. Home to various luxury resorts, vacation rentals, shopping, and high-end restaurants, the area is a popular destination for everyone in the Turks and Caicos. Like most neighbourhoods in the nation, Grace Bay Beach also offers plenty of outdoor activities, such as boating, fishing, diving and snorkelling. Though home to several stunning and unique developments, this area has maintained an “undiscovered” feel. Unlike many destinations in other Caribbean nations, there’s still ample room for development without any danger of the beach ever feeling crowded. Grace Bay residents live in a tropical paradise and enjoy all that the Caribbean has to offer.