|Address||55 Doubloon Road|
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Floor Space||3000 Square Feet|
|Lot Size||2.30 Acres|
This beautiful fully furnished three bedroom, three and a half bathroom home is the perfect family home to lease or purchase! Great for executives staying on the island or a family that is looking to relocate. Minutes from Lucayan International School and seconds from the bar and beach at Shoreline as well as public beach restaurants such as Banana Bay. Kitchen has been completely remodeled. Oversized second floor and main floor walk-out decks were rebuilt in 2019. This home has been meticulously maintained. Living at Shoreline makes island life simple. Grounds are beautifully maintained, community is gated with full time security, beautiful pool area with hot tub and clubhouse, several smaller private pool areas nestled throughout community that includes a lap pool, full gym, and tennis courts.
Nikolai has Freeport in his blood as the son of James and Marina Gottlieb Sarles. His mother, a Bahamian author, is the daughter of the island's first doctor and nurse - Dr. Eijnar and Owanta Gottlieb were medical practitioners brought in to serve the Pine Ridge lumber camp residents when early Freeport was being built. They later relocated to Abaco and served the Marsh Harbour and surrounding communities for many years.
Growing up in Freeport, Nikolai attended Sunland Baptist Academy before graduating from Ridley College in Ontario, Canada, and received his B.A. degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
No stranger to real estate, Nikolai grew up earning his allowance helping his father put up real estate signs, and lived and breathed real estate from a young age, absorbing knowledge and insights around the dining room table.
With his exposure to a wide range of real estate projects, Nikolai developed a keen interest in the commercial and development side of the business, and is looking forward to focusing on renovation properties, rentals, and first-home opportunities as he learns every aspect of the business.
Well-traveled and with family ties in many parts of the world, Nikolai could have chosen anywhere to live, but wanted to come back to his roots in Grand Bahama to build his future. "I am the next generation", says Sarles, "and I would like to see the early promise of Grand Bahama renewed. As a young Bahamian, I look forward to helping other young Bahamians to get their start in real estate and home ownership."
Nikolai Sarles is especially interested in revitalizing real estate that was part of the island's mid-century heyday. As part of the next generation, Nikolai sees Grand Bahama's glory days not only as history, but also as a platform on which to build a bright future for himself and his fellow Bahamians.