A humdinger of a home
Humdinger has a prestigious address and ocean views.
The four-bedroom house sits on .32 acres in Tucker’s Town, one of the few homes permitted to have a golf cart for travelling in the area. Meticulously landscaped grounds, high ceilings and fresh sea breezes are all part of its appeal; the property is perched above the second hole at the Mid Ocean Club.
The Property Group has listed the Long Lane, Hamilton Parish home for $2.9 million.
“Humdinger is private and peaceful with meticulously landscaped grounds,” said realtor Rosanna Cox. “This is a home that would suit a family or someone wishing to downsize from a much larger home, who still wants space.
“The rooms are spacious with high ceilings. The living room has a working fireplace and the kitchen has an island and granite countertops. It is an open, dine-in kitchen with modern cabinetry and appliances and a deep larder.”
The master bedroom gives direct access to the pool. The “modern en suite”, has a shower, whirlpool bath, tub, double sinks and linen storage.
“A further two bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom along with a smaller fourth bedroom that could [be used] as an office/den,” Mrs Cox continued. “Every bedroom has extensive closet space along with extra closet space in the corridor. A charming patio area to the side of the house has a pool and seating area with distant views of the ocean.”
Additional storage can be found to the southeast of the property. There are also two water tanks and a well with “an osmosis-type purification system” used to top up the pool and water the garden.
AT A GLANCE
Listing price: $2.9 million
Lot size (in acres): 0.32
Square footage: 2,490
Available to: Bermudians and PRCs
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