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One of Bermuda’s finest homes

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Blackburn Place pairs traditional architecture with state-of-the-art fixtures.

Parts of the Harbour Road, Warwick home date back to the 18th century.

Wood flooring and exposed beams, and an impressive entrance foyer and formal living room and beautiful gardens are all part of its gracious display.

Joy Lusher Real Estate Ltd is offering the “stunning period home” for $3.5 million.

“Blackburn Place is a historic Bermuda home located in a very desirable neighbourhood off Harbour Road in Warwick,” said realtor Sue Lusher. “Originally built by a sea captain, parts of Blackburn Place date back to the early 1700s. Truly one of Bermuda's finest homes, it has been tastefully renovated to the highest standard and is in immaculate condition.”

The three-bedroomed home sits in “a very private setting” and comes with a right-of-way across a “substantial” dock in Hamilton Harbour.

“The stunning main house comprises an elegant entrance foyer, formal living room with fireplace, enormous open-plan family room and kitchen with fireplace and French doors leading into the garden, a formal dining room, powder room and laundry,” Ms Lusher said. “Upstairs are two magnificent master suites with extensive closet space, beautiful bathrooms, and one with a dressing room or office area. The third bedroom also has a walk-in closet and lovely bathroom en suite.

“In addition to the main house there is a detached guest cottage featuring a kitchenette, bed-sitting room and bathroom opening onto the secluded swimming pool. The separate staff apartment has a private entrance, bed-sitting room, kitchenette and bathroom. There is also a detached garage.”

The realtor continued: “The many fine features include beautiful wood floors, exposed beams, and state-of-the-art fixtures and finishes throughout. Vacant possession is offered. [It is ] a truly unique and exceptional property.”

Historic Blackburn Place is available for sale (Photograph supplied)
Enjoy a dip in the private gardens of Blackburn Place (Photograph supplied)
A modern kitchen adds to the appeal of the historic Warwick home (Photograph supplied)
Beautiful gardens at this Harbour Road, Warwick home (Photograph supplied)
Parts of historic Blackburn Place date back to the 1700s. (Photograph supplied)
Beautiful gardens add to the appeal of historic Blackburn Place (Photograph supplied)
Relax under the gazebo at Blackburn Place (Photograph supplied)
Historic Blackburn Place is available for sale (Photograph supplied)
<p>At a glance</p>

Listing price: $3.5 million

Square footage:

Main house: About 3,300

Total square footage including pool house and studio apartment: More than 4,300

Lot size (in acres): The vendor is in the process of aligning the south boundary so exact acreage is to be confirmed, but will be comfortably in excess of half an acre.

Available to: Bermudians, PRC holders and overseas buyers

Contact: Sue Lusher on 333-9138 or sue@joylusher.com. Alternatively, visit www.joylusher.com

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Published December 22, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated December 21, 2015 at 11:06 pm)

One of Bermuda’s finest homes

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