Views make this jewel stand out
At a glance
Listing price: $1.895m
Square footage: 2,211
Maintenance: $525, which includes grounds, dock liability insurance and structural insurance
Available to: Bermudians, PRCs and overseas buyers
Contact: Sue Lusher on 333-9138 or email@example.com. Alternatively visit www.joylusher.com
Unobstructed views of Harrington Sound make this townhouse stand out.
Joy Lusher Real Estate Ltd calls it the “jewel” of the four units at Millhouse Bay in Hamilton Parish.
The agent has listed Unit 3 for $1.895 million. The price includes a deepwater dock shared by the development’s residents, and a mooring.
“This immaculate semi-detached townhouse, one of only four in this exclusive development, enjoys superb elevated positioning with unobstructed views of Harrington Sound and lovely outdoor entertaining areas with mature gardens,” said realtor Sue Lusher.
“The ground floor level comprises an entry foyer with coat closet, enormous open-plan living room with fireplace [and] dining area.”
An eat-in kitchen houses a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances along with “high-end fixtures and fittings and quality cabinetry”.
“There is a powder room, plus full bedroom and bathroom en suite at this level,” Ms Lusher continued.
“French doors from the living room open onto a deep, covered terrace from which to relax and enjoy the stunning outlook.”
The master suite sits on the second floor. It includes a walk-in closet, bathroom with separate tub and shower and his ‘n’ hers sinks.
“French doors open onto a Romeo and Juliet balcony. There is also a spacious guest bedroom with full bathroom en suite, a linen closet and laundry.”
The townhouse has split air conditioning systems throughout, a Bermuda cedar front door and Santos mahogany floors.
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