The Mara is a hidden gem
Crisson & Company Ltd has listed one of Southampton’s “hidden gems” for sale.
The Mara is a three-bedroom home at the end of Luke’s Pond Drive.
With it comes views over Pompano Flats, an infinity pool, hot tub and a guest suite.
The real estate company has put it on the market for $1.995 million. It’s also possible to rent The Mara, for $10,000 per month.
“[The Mara is a] spectacular oceanfront home available to Bermudians and PRCs,” said realtor Jennifer Benevides. “Truly a hidden gem at the very end of Luke’s Pond Drive, this extremely private location is hard to find. The home is of contemporary Spanish design with terra cotta-tiled floors throughout.
“[There are also] spacious living areas which flow onto extensive patio spaces to enjoy the vistas over the Pompano Flats. [The property comes with a] fabulous, well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel, top-end appliances including an extra wide fridge, a range with six burners and a grill, lots of storage space and an island with seating.”
The home’s master suite is fitted with double closets and has a “lovely large bathroom” with a soaking tub and separate shower.
“Both of the other bedrooms also have en suite bathrooms,” Ms Benevides added. “Above the living room, with fireplace, is a spacious loft — perfect as a home office or children’s playroom. There is a powder room as well.
“The separate guest suite is located on the pool level and has a full bathroom and a kitchen with full range of appliances including a dishwasher and an ice-making unit.
The swimming pool has an infinity edge and there is also a separate hot tub.”
There will be an open house from 11am to 1pm this Saturday.
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