The Glebe House is a historic mansion nestled on the peak of Glebe Hill in Tucker’s Town, once known as “Romay House” and the former residence of Lord Martonmere, Governor of Bermuda. This magnificent home commands panoramic water views along the South Shore, Castle Harbour, Harrington Sound, North shore and a superb vantage of Mid Ocean golf course.
A large covered entryway leads into a formal foyer with marble floors. A prominent marble and Cyprus stairway leads down to a gracious two-story drawing room with an elegant fireplace, wet bar and powder room. To the West, past a working elevator, is a stately wood paneled library with cozy fireplace and glass doors opening onto an expansive private patio, complete with portico. The oval dining room sits to the East of the elegant drawing room. This sunlit room is enhanced by floor to ceiling windows, marble floors and large doors opening onto a patio.
The enormous kitchen with breakfast room has all the modern conveniences as well as a butlers pantry, a wine cellar and an adjacent self contained maids quarters.
The South Wing houses the exquisite master suite which includes a large dressing room, marble bathroom, an office and an additional bedroom/sitting room. These rooms are south facing and enjoy beautiful South Shore views.
The East Wing provides impressive guest accommodations: three bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms and fabulous vistas from every room.
In addition to the 5 bedrooms and the staff accommodations within the main house, there is a self contained 2 bed 1 bath apartment and a 1 bed 1 bath apartment both with separate assessment numbers and there are three garages.
The Estate lies on over an acre of land with lush vegetation, gardens, water catchment, luxurious pear shaped pool and a pool house with covered patio, kitchen, bathroom and changing rooms overlooking the golf course and ocean beyond.