Grand welcome in store at Bienvenue
At a glance
Listing price: $2.795 million
Square footage: 3,300
Lot size (in acres): 0.838
Available to: Bermudians and PRCs
Contact: Karen Brine on 334-7883 or email@example.com. Alternatively, visit www.bermudarealty.com
Everything about Bienvenue is grand, starting with the vista.
It’s possible to scan the South Shore as far as the Mid Ocean Club from this Knapton Estates, Smith’s home.
Inside, there’s a “grand” foyer with a vaulted ceiling, state-of-the-art kitchen appliances and a “spacious” family room.
Coldwell Banker Bermuda Realty has put the four-bedroom property on the market for $2.795 million.
“[The] French term for welcome is Bienvenue,” said realtor Karen Brine.
“As you approach this stately home, one will see a Bermuda cedar door leading to a grand foyer with marble floor, wooden staircase and vaulted ceiling. The formal living area features a fireplace, wood floors, tray ceiling and French doors that welcome you to the garden and water views beyond.”
There’s a dining room adjacent to the kitchen. French doors open to the covered porch with a pool and “sprawling” garden in the distance.
“The galley-style kitchen with breakfast counter includes state-of-the art appliances, shimmering granite countertops and tiled floors,” Ms Brine added.
“A lounging area is positioned off the kitchen which includes a powder room and closet. There is a spacious family room with gas fireplace, full bath and closet. French doors lead to a patio with cobble-style pavers for entertaining.
“A full bedroom with bath en suite is situated on this main floor with a fireplace. There is also a master bedroom with bath en suite, double closet and patio with views extending along the South Shore to Mid Ocean Club on the upper floor.
“Two additional bedrooms share a full bath each having access to the patio. The carport is a bonus.”
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