Winner of the 2018 International Property Award for Best Architecture for a Single Residence in the Caribbean, CURRENSEA at GRAND HARBOUR is a canal-front masterpiece designed by world-renowned, Cayman architect Robert Towell.
With an uncomplicated style evocative of a modern art gallery, this estate’s clean lines, contrasting accents and thoughtful mix of natural and man-made materials gives the setting an impressive, yet inviting overall design that’s sure to impress even the most discerning guests.
Inspired by a love of yachting and outdoor living, this stately, 7,500 sq. ft. residence was designed especially for events and entertaining, with expansive communal spaces, multiple outdoor decks and balconies, a double-width boat slip for arrival by sea, and an impressive roof terrace with panoramic views of the North Sound.
Even the service areas were well conceived — the home’s five bedrooms can be secured or cordoned off during your event, while ample guest lavatories adjoining each entertaining space and multiple staging areas with separate staff entrances hide the back-of-house production.
Offering unmatched privacy and exclusivity, CURRENSEA at GRAND HARBOUR is at home amongst Grand Cayman’s most extravagant harbour-side mansions and their well-heeled residents, offering a unique event experience unlike any other in the Cayman Islands.