There is undeniably no other home on Cayman’s market with more character, history or life than Morning Glory. A rare example of Cayman’s past and endurance, this home has survived more than a hundred years and stands today, a proud example of Cayman’s heritage. Originally built in 1876 this traditional island home has folk lore history, folk music pedigree ~ having been owned for over a decade by Dan Peek, member of the rock group, America ~ and endured Hurricane Ivan. Through the owners’ loving dedication, together with the guidance of renowned architect John Doak, an historically authentic seaside residence, with all modern amenities and conveniences emerged in 2007. Morning Glory embodies all the trademarks of authentic Caymanian architecture: an inverted boat ceiling, a tray ceiling in the bedroom, details on the gingerbread fretwork that invoke earlier examples of railings and recreate the pattern of the Union Jack. Even the ironwood beams from the original framework were dug out of the ground and are present in this historic rebuild. Not just an authentic Caymanian experience, Morning Glory offers an extensive chef’s kitchen, expansive master suite, walk-in closet and spectacular views from the wrap around patios - as one would anticipate in a modern seaside residence. Nestled on the edge of sugar white sand with 100 shades of reef protected turquoise Caribbean Sea Morning Glory also boasts a separate beachfront guest cottage fully independent with its own kitchen bedroom, bath and living room for family, friends or income producing guest accommodation.