Pirate’s Cove on the North Shore is a lovely home in a positively gorgeous location. Set well back from the road it sits high on a bluff overlooking a wide expanse of Great Sound’s beautiful waters. On a lower terraced level accessed by a stone stairway is the pool, large, well-maintained and with both sun and shade available all day, with a perfect moongate and yellowbirds moving about. Another 20 feet down is the water’s edge - unfortunately there is no beach, only rocky coral – and the remains of an old marine railway. Over to the edge of the property are the ruins of a building of some kind - no one seems to have a clue about its history or use – and a vegetable garden beautifully tended by the groundskeeper.
But the real story is the view, the view. Beautiful at any time of day, from sunrise to sunset, with pleasure boats plying the waters of Great Sound, cruise ships docking or undocking at The Dockyard, some three to four miles distant, Bermuda longtails on the ... mehr