A top deal at Rock Bottom
Rock Bottom might just be the family home you’re looking for.
It sits on more than half-an-acre, and has a swimming pool and level lawns that are great for children and pets.
As an added bonus, it’s only a short drive from Hamilton to its location at 3 Kilderry Close in Smith’s.
Crisson & Company Ltd has listed the four-bedroom property for $1.75 million.
“Rock Bottom boasts a fabulously large lot of over half-an- acre and features mature trees and hedges, providing privacy for the landscaped grounds,” said realtor Herb Crisson.
“The level lawns are perfect for children to play and pets to roam. Located minutes away from Hamilton, this is an extremely convenient location. There is a bus stop at the entrance to the estate on Middle Road. The neighbourhood is perfect for bike riding and dog walking as well as casual strolls.”
The home was built about 38 years ago and has a “perfect architectural floor plan for an active family”.
“There is a large kitchen with centre island located in the middle of the house with close, easy access to the back door [and] the paved driveway for bringing in groceries.
“This is a classic style of home with generous size rooms and lots of windows and doors to take advantage of the lovely setting.”
Large fireplaces are in both the living room and the formal dining room.
According to Mr Crisson, the home is in move-in condition.
“In the front garden is a large swimming pool and deck area,” he said. “The level grounds surrounding the swimming pool area are very conducive for large-scale outdoor entertaining.
“The pool is currently fenced in for the safety of small children but this fencing is easily removed.
“In addition to the fresh water tank there is a well which serves the swimming pool, laundry and flushing water.”
At a glance:
Listing price: $1.75 million
Lot size (in acres): 0.56
Square footage: 2,300
Available to: Bermudians and PRCs
Contact: Herb Crisson on 295-0826, firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively visit crissonrealestate.com
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