One of the most prestigious properties in the Bahamas has nothing to do with the beachfront villa, but everything to do with a great big hole.
Dean's Blue Hole is one of the top 77 Natural Wonders of the World and it is up for sale with the asking price of $24million.
The hole is the deepest hole known to man as it goes 633 feet below ground and has been the training ground for the extreme divers.
Now the 46-acres of Blue Hole Bay along with the 134 acres of land immediately surrounding it are for sale to the highest bidder, though they will have to have wallets will have to have a similar depth to their new hole.
'This slice of paradise is one of, if not the, definitive trophy parcels of the Caribbean, fit for the dreamer who wants to make their own personal idea of pure bliss come to life,' realtors write on the property listing on The Agency.
'It is for the person who wants to own a Natural Wonder of the world, and for those that choose to indulge in only the best of the best, without exception.'
The bay is located on Long Island in the Bahamas, and though the blue waters and white beaches are breathtaking, they do not play host to the millionaires who frequent the beautiful country.
While the area may not be popular with the jet set, it is a hot spot for extreme athletes- particularly free divers who specialize in swimming down to nerve-wracking depths without any equipment.
One such diver is William Trubridge who set the world record when he dove down 331 feet in only one breath.
He lived near the site for a year to practice and develop a method that would allow him to achieve the feat.
Though it was a mecca of sorts for him, the hole inspires fear in many of the locals.
Just days after a CBS crew went to the hold to film a recent 60 Minutes special about freediving in the area, a teenager died when he tried diving into the hole. His body was never found. /dailymail.co.uk/