Fairytale home in Fairylands
At a glance
Listing price: $2.75 million
Lot size (in acres): .486
Square footage: 2,512
Available to: Bermudians and PRCs
Contact: Buddy Rego on 292-3921 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, visit www.regosothebysrealty.com
Duart sits on a half-acre lot in Fairylands, a stone’s throw from the centre of town.
The four-bedroom house has a stand-alone cottage, and a large pool and patio that make it great for entertaining.
There are water views from the upper floor of the Pembroke home, which add to its appeal.
Rego Sotheby’s International Realty has listed the property, at 6/8 Mill Shares Road, for $2.75 million.
It’s a short drive or walk into Hamilton for commuters; schools, restaurants, grocery stores and retail shops are all nearby.
“Life at Duart awaits you in the exclusive neighbourhood of Fairylands,” said realtor Buddy Rego. “Minutes from the City of Hamilton, this traditional Bermuda home is full of character. The two-storey main house is made up of a kitchen, dining room, den area and gorgeous sun room, allowing for an abundance of natural light. The second floor comprises of an en suite master bedroom with ocean views, as well as a second bathroom and three additional bedrooms.
A finished basement can be used as a home theatre or additional den or family room.
Added Mr Rego: “The property exterior features a pool, pool deck and lanai as well as a small yard, perfect for children or pets. Located steps from the main house is a one-bedroom cottage, located above the garage. Duart is available with complete vacancy and ready to be designed to your liking. In addition, this home has the luxury of two assessment numbers.”
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