Dream home in tranquil setting
At a glance
Listing price: $1.75 million gross
Lot size (in acres): 0.36
Square footage: 5,000
Available to: Bermudians and PRCs
Contact: Sue Lusher on 333-9138 or email@example.com. Alternatively visit www.joylusher.com
A dream property with an “extremely desirable” address is now on the market.
The three-bedroom home sits in a sought-after, tranquil part of Sandys.
With it comes a swimming pool, an “enormous” chef’s kitchen and a one-bedroom apartment.
Joy Lusher Real Estate Ltd has listed the property for $1.75 million.
“[This] beautifully designed modern home, only four years old, is in a tranquil setting in an extremely desirable location in Somerset,” said realtor Sue Lusher.
“This stunning home is well positioned on a level lot measuring 0.363 acres. The two-storey main house comprises an elegant entrance foyer showcasing a stunning staircase, enormous ‘chef’s delight’ kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and finishes, an open-plan dining room with fireplace leading to a covered patio and swimming pool, living room, family room, bathroom with shower and a home office or gym.”
A “spacious, dry basement” can be found on the lower level. Upstairs, the master suite has a “fully outfitted” dressing room and a spacious bathroom. Two bedrooms share a bathroom and there is a full laundry.
“Additionally, there is an adjoining one-bedroom apartment with a kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom and stacked washer/dryer — ideal for income, guests or a nanny/granny apartment,” Ms Lusher added.
“Fabulous features include: the house is wired for sound throughout and has Italian marble floors, cedar doors and accents, hurricane-proof doors and windows, split a/c systems, security system with cameras and approximately 5,000 square feet of living space.
“An absolutely super family home with income in a much sought-after location.”
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