Photos/Video: Luxury ‘Overlook’ Home For Sale

May 9, 2018

Rego Sotheby’s International Realty recently launched its newest luxury listing — named ‘Overlook — a property boasting a modern design and offering panoramic island views, with the property listed at a sale price of $4,275,000.

Sole listing agent Ben Rego said, “From the moment I met with the owners at Overlook to discuss my comprehensive listing strategy for the property, I was completely mesmerized by its architectural brilliance. I immediately felt it was a privilege just to be there and was honored to explore this stunning hilltop sanctuary.

“I often say that the real estate business is all about selling a lifestyle and not just a house, and at Overlook the property personifies that concept to the highest degree. Contemporary yet warm, artistic and bold, this home is a timeless and iconic jewel rarely found in Bermuda.”


In describing the property, a spokesperson said, “The winner of Bermuda’s 2009 Architectural Design Award, Overlook is a stunning light-filled contemporary home enjoying spectacular and expansive water views.

“In an elevated position in the highly desirable Knapton Hill area, Overlook’s incredible location has been designed to exploit this fully, with views of Harrington Sound, St. George’s and the South Shore unfolding as one moves around the house.

“The placement of windows and glass doors throughout truly ‘brings the outside in’, creating a bright, airy atmosphere. The successful combination of contemporary styling in harmony with natural elements creates a warm, welcoming home environment. From the entry courtyard with reflecting pool, the house enjoys a natural flow through the open plan main level.”

“One is drawn past the formal dining room to the high-spec, spacious eat-in kitchen, with large island and marble countertops and on to the adjoining family room. The Great Room, with its dramatic cathedral ceiling and window wall fully opens on to the covered, wrap-around porch, provides the ultimate in breezy indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.

“From the covered porch and infinity pool, the waters of the South Shore provide an ever-changing vista. A well-appointed study and powder room complete the main level. A custom open staircase connects to the lower level, comprising of 2 light and spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms flowing around a central living area, together with a generous laundry and separate storage room.

“On the upper floor, with reading loft, the master suite with a spacious dressing room and bathroom leads to a large, sunny private terrace with dazzling island views.

“Overlook sits on over half an acre of garden and woodland, with native trees, shrubs and a meandering path, for peaceful walks and perfect hammock spots. The property also has substantial exterior storage and a tiled, air-conditioned garage.

To see the listing click here, and for a private tour, please contact Ben Rego at 441-535-7346 or email This home is available to Bermudian, PRC and international purchasers.

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  1. inna says:

    I’ll take two please !

  2. Dread says:

    Too bad I can’t afford it!

  3. Jus' Wonderin' says:

    Must be nice to be rich af lol…can only dream :(

  4. Sara says:

    Meanwhile, the cost of housing and the amount required for a down payment pretty much makes it impossible for middle class to buy homes. Housing in Bermuda is a farce.

    • Joke says:

      It’s called work 3 jobs to get the down payment! If I can do it everyone can! Oh wait, maybe you are waiting for the Government to give you the down payment? Keep waiting!

    • Onion Juice says:

      Middle class is still around?

      • Toodle-oo says:

        You got your vote buying raise compliments of us taxpayers so yes, the middle class is still around .

  5. PBanks says:

    Let’s face it, when the real estate companies are publishing press releases on residential properties for sale, Joe Average isn’t their target market.

    Whether wealthy individuals use the news media sites for house hunting, that’s another question.

  6. Toodle-oo says:

    The average 60 year old Bermuda cottage has more character and charm than that place . And who in their right mind spends all that money to build a place like that in an active hurricane zone and doesn’t put shutters on it?
    I can’t even begin to imagine the panic involved if a strong Cat3+ is going to hit with all those vulnerable windows.