Hands down a great chance to own Palms townhouses
The Palms presents a rare opportunity for buyers.
Harbour Realty Ltd is offering two townhouses at 3 Melville Road in Devonshire for sale.
The two-bedroom properties may be bought separately, or together. Each is listed for $875,000.
“This is the first time The Palms has been on the market and a rare opportunity to purchase in Melville North,” said Esther Young, the sole agent. “[It is] a unique opportunity to own one or both of these lovely, open-plan, large townhouses in a very desirable neighbourhood. Both units are available for purchase, either separately or together.”
The townhouses are near grocery stores and only a five- minute commute from Hamilton. They’re kept private by the “mature foliage, hedging and large garden” that surrounds them.
The realtor added: “These units are surprisingly spacious with tiled and wooden floors throughout.
“The combined living/dining room with a fireplace, has a small patio through the French doors.
The kitchen, leading out to a private back garden, is remarkably spacious.
“Each townhouse offers a similar floor plan with an open living room/dining room with fireplace, powder room and kitchen on the ground floor and two spacious bedrooms en suite, and laundry on the upper floor.
“There is Watlington Water which feeds into the tanks, which each have their own valve. There are two separate tanks of approximately 15k gallons each. There are various options for these lovely homes — combine to make one large house, or live in one and rent out the other.”
At a glance
Listing price: $875,000
Lot size (in acres): .28
Square footage: 1638
Available to: Bermudians and PRCs
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