Aunt Nea’s Inn for sale
Historic St George property Aunt Nea’s Inn is on the market and will stage an open house on Saturday.
“Built in 1791, Aunt Nea’s Inn represents a unique opportunity to invest in Bermuda’s growing tourism industry,” realtor Belcario Thomas said.
“Lovingly restored by former owners Faith Bridges and Neil Moncrieff in 2015, this iconic property is located on a half-acre lot in the town of St George’s, a Unesco designated historic site.
“Investors will enjoy a fully turnkey operation, providing 11 revenue generating units, all in quality condition.”
Steeped in history, the property was once the American Consul’s residence. The 19th century poet Tom Moore is said to have stayed at the Inn and penned his poem Odes to Nea there.
“Guests to Aunt Nea’s enjoy an oasis of tranquility, manicured gardens and stunning St George’s Harbour views from wraparound upper-floor balconies,” Mr Thomas said.
He said the property’s prime location offers appreciable area values with nearby infrastructure investments from the St Regis Hotel development project such as public roadworks, an upcoming marina and the ongoing development at LF Wade International Airport.
The property is listed for $2,995,000.
• There will be an open house on Saturday from 11am to 1pm. For more information, e-mail TeamThomas@kwbermuda.com or WhatsApp 737-2355. Light refreshments will be served
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