Wil Onions was one of Bermuda's most renowned architects and it's no wonder when one experiences the pleasing proportions and layout at Mirabeau, originally designed and constructed by Mr. Onions in the early 1950s for Sir Geoffrey and Lady Duveen. A long, winding driveway leads up a gentle hill to the primarily single-level home with awe-inspiring South Shore vistas. The deep 46' south-facing verandah -- looking over the turquoise Atlantic and the swimming pool ( in the shape of a Bermuda kite) -- is one of the home's most enchanting and useful features. The interior is characterized by high traditional tray ceilings, hardwood floors, and large windows to frame the magnificent views from most rooms. Accommodation includes the gracious entrance foyer, a living room with fireplace, a dining room with verandah access, the kitchen with its adjoining pantry and laundry, a family room, the master bedroom suite with dressing room and master bathroom, plus two additional family bedroom suites which are all located off the same wide hall. The separate studio cottage provides a quiet, private haven for guests: alternatively, it would also make an excellent home office. One of the Mid Ocean Club's private beaches is accessed within 50 yards of the property's entrance. Additionally, Mirabeau offers lovely views of the Mid-Ocean Golf Course, including the signature hole and Mangrove Lake. Beautifully tended grounds, a garage with storage, and a utility/service area complete the estate. This property is available to Bermudians and Permanent Residency Certificated holders, and offers wonderful potential for further development.
Système de sécurité
Garage - Attaché
Vue sur l'eau
Vue sur la mer
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