The house also belonged to a rum smuggler and survived a devastating hurricane
Bob Marley’s Bahamas house is looking for a new owner.
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The bahamas house that belonged to the deceased Bob marley is in search of a new owner, when it becomes known that his widow, Rita marley, put it up for sale.
The property, which was built in 1920 For a rum smuggler, it is not only famous for being the home of the reggae pioneer, but it is also famous for being one of the few that survived after the devastating hurricane that hit the Caribbean island in 1929.
Rita Marley is asking $ 980 thousand dollars for the emblematic property. The price includes a two-year membership in the Nassau Palm Cay Beach Club.
‘La Randa‘, as the house is also known, it has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a recently remodeled kitchen, dining room, living room and still has some details that belonged to the original house, such as its wooden floors and ceramic tiles.
“Much of the details throughout this home have been carefully selected and provide an abundance of charm, giving the home the potential to satisfy modern luxury,” the mansion description reads.
In addition to the main house, there is also a cabin with one bedroom that was used to receive guests.
In the backyard it has a swimming pool and a large garden with vast vegetation, as well as spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea.
As it belonged to a smuggler, the property is not like any other, as it even has a tunnel connecting the basement with the sea.
This charming home, with its authentic architectural features, has the potential to meet modern luxury and a story to…
Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945 in Nine Mile, Jamaica and died on May 11, 1981, in the city of Miami, due to cancer that afflicted him.