Nandana—Paradise in the ancient tongue of Sanskrit—embodies a tropical hideaway beyond imagination. Set within an exclusive, gated enclave on 2.28 acres at the far West End of Grand Bahama island, the estate is bounded by 288 feet of ocean on one side and 289 feet of deep water canal frontage on the other. Private docking facilities accommodate a yacht of up to 115 feet along with several smaller boats. The palatial and abundantly appointed Asian style estate, designed by a renowned architectural firm, comprises six separate buildings shaded by palm trees and tropical plants. A spectacular main house with soaring 40-foot ceilings encompasses interiors constructed entirely of natural materials, with imported Burmese teak and natural stone covering the floors, walls, and ceilings, all surrounded by five sumptuous, free-standing bedroom suites. Flanking the main building and directly on the beach are two 1,000-square-foot, one-bedroom pavilion suites, each boasting a luxurious bath. A few steps back from the beach, amidst gardens of swaying palms and tropical greenery, two commodious one-bedroom bangala suites each offer a bedroom, sitting area, and large bath with indoor/outdoor shower. At the compound’s heart lies a 112-foot heated infinity pool with seamless views of the ocean and a pool deck dotted with pergolas for dreamy outdoor dining and relaxing. A separate sparkling outdoor Jacuzzi overlooks the ocean. Framed by sky-raking palms along the canal, the 2,000-square-foot, fully furnished air-conditioned safari tent presents a sixth bedroom, bathroom, and living area with the equivalent luxury amenities enjoyed by the estate suites. Amenities include Crestron and Lutron smart-home technology, a gymnasium, five-bay garage, a one-bedroom staff apartment, and a 350-bottle wine room. Nandana is accessible by yacht or by private aircraft via an adjacent 6,000-foot runway with Bahamian Customs and Immigration services, only 60 miles from South Florida.