Stunning sea views
Vista de Mar is at the end of a country road, with undisturbed ocean views. The two-bedroom home, which sits on nearly an acre of land, is on the market for $1.685 million.
According to agents Crisson & Co Ltd, it is possible to find “peace and comfort from everyday stresses” at the Luke’s Pond Drive, Southampton property.
“The contemporary design makes everyday living easy, featuring an open plan with a seamless, natural flow from room to room,” said realtor Jennifer Benevides.
“The front entry welcomes you to a home with all the quintessential spaces for your family.
“Cook with comfort for two or 20 in the sleek and stylish gourmet kitchen featuring granite countertops and a chef’s dream Viking stove-top and double oven, all while the children relax in the adjacent family room.
“Enjoy quick meals at the breakfast bar, or notch it up in the more elegant adjacent dining area, all while admiring the beauty of the water.”
The central part of the home is the “spacious” living room, which boasts a wood-burning fireplace.
“Step outside the French doors to a covered patio overlooking expansive views of the ocean that display every magical colour the sea can possibly offer,” Ms Benevides added.
“Take advantage of the spacious level yard surrounding the home [and] assuring privacy, all while offering expansive room to roam for your children and pets.
“The master bedroom offers a large walk-in closet and takes advantage of the spectacular western ocean views, with French doors leading to a separate outdoor sitting area.
“A Jack-and-Jill bathroom adjoins the second bedroom. If more bedrooms are desired the generous lot size, with a separate building lot, presents you with endless options to make this home suit your family needs.
“Homes like this don’t come available often, call to arrange for your personal viewing today.”
At a glance:
Listing price: $1.685 million
Square footage: 2,356
Lot size (in acres): 0.8
Available to: Bermudians, PRCs and overseas buyers
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