Available To International Purchasers. Set on three acres with stunning south-facing ocean views and a prime central location, Spanish Grange is a substantial family estate with a stylish 1940s soul. The bricked entrance courtyard with its fountain and pink bougainvillea blossoms exudes Mediterranean charm. The foyer's original black and white marble floor, arched French doors, convex ceiling and Bermuda cedar staircase create an elegant first impression, as do the lovely hardwood floors in the firelit living room and dining room. Room scale at Spanish Grange is amongst the most impressive we have seen in Bermuda; and the terra cotta-tiled kitchen with island, commercial appliances and the adjoining breakfast room with raised fireplace are no exception. The cedar-panelled library offers a welcoming fireplace as well as sea views, and also connects to the custom-made media room. Other main floor amenities includes a home gym with steam shower en suite, a 'double' laundry, a wet bar, and one-bedroom apartment. Upstairs, the master bedroom suite includes a sitting room, a bedroom opening to a crescent balcony and immense sea and estate views, three walk-in closets, and a luxurious bathroom with free-standing bathtub. Four additional bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, complete the upper floor. An active family will appreciate the tennis court with a shady pavilion and changing room, as well as the swimming pool, which also benefits from a pavilion with wet bar. The Spanish Grange grounds brim with interesting plantings, citrus trees and terraced plant beds serviced by an irrigation system. There are many benefits to Spanish Grange's Knapton Hill location. Somersfield Academy, Saltus Cavendish Junior School, Harrington Sound Primary and Harrington Hundreds ( one of Bermuda's premier grocers) are within moments of the home, as is John Smith's Bay Beach and Spital Pond Nature Reserve. The City of Hamilton is just a 10 - 15 minute drive to the west; and the Bermuda International Airport, Mid-Ocean and Tucker's Point clubs are equidistant to the east.
Jhoh M. Sinclair