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Situated on a private estate in the West end of the island, Juniper Hall, a unique example of Bermudian architecture, is remarkable for the stunning use of burnished cedar timber throughout.

The wood accents contrast beautifully with the home's white-washed walls. Built in the 1980s but designed to mimic an older home, the rambling rooms and quaint nooks invite exploration. The house sits within a mature and secluded garden setting which provides privacy. The large reception and dining rooms feature inglenook fireplaces and high exposed beams and rafters. A small farmhouse-style kitchen opens to an enclosed sun room and a den or family room with fireplace and French doors that lead to the gardens.

There are two master suites - one upstairs and one on the ground floor - each with its own bathroom and dressing area. The ground floor bedroom also has an adjoining room which may be suitable as a nursery, office or a third bedroom.


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