The location is, well, basically perfect. Directly on a stunning beach that we found almost entirely to ourselves for most of our week. Complete with outdoor shower as you come off the beach. As a guest in this house you have access to the amenities of a small hotel next door - including a small pool, a terrific (if a bit expensive) restaurant and some rental water toys. The hotel and restaurant staff are delightful and super helpful/accommodating.
I don't believe you will find a better host than Alessandro. He was traveling in Europe during our stay and yet was incredibly attentive and responsive. I was genuinely disappointed not to get to meet him.
The property itself was perfect for our needs. It's a bit expensive but so is nearly everything (sans Cuba Rum) on Exuma. We were two dads with 13 year old sons spending the week kiteboarding. As a groups of four pretty sloppy bachelor's the house was nearly ideal - frankly we don't need or want an upscale place that feels like it requires special attention to maintain.
That said this is not (yet) a luxury accommodation. They house is showing a good deal of wear and tear - fawcets functional but finiky, sliding glass door with a zip tie for a handle, toliets requiring a bit of management, patio furniture kinda falling apart, etc. But (a) renovations are in progress per Alessandro (in fact the yard was being improved dramatically during our stay) and (b) who gives a crap when the beach is so awesome? :-). The things that really matter worked - great air conditioning, cold freezer and fridge, super gas stove and oven, beach lounge chairs, plenty of towels, etc.
We would place that is perhaps a bit rustic ABSOLUTELY return with our sons but might hesitate to promise a luxury vacation to our wives at this location until after Alessandro has had a bit more time to fix some things up.
If you are looking for location and don't mind having a place that is a perhaps a bit "rustic" then book it!
Note that the location is especially great for kiteboarding because the primary kite beach is northwest about 10 minutes drive (e.g. even farther away from Georgetown which demands 45 minutes to reach the kite beach). And the hotel manager is a kiteboarder so you can tap into a bit of local knowledge.