Three Bells House - located between the Anglican Church, Catholic Church, Catholic Rectory and old bell tower at local police station/jail - hence the name of "3 bells" being rung nearby on a regular basis back in the older days. The House is approximately 100 years old (cut stone), built by a Bahamian Boat Captain in the early 1900's. The house does not have the significant architectural attributes as others seen on the island, but has the basic design fundamentals of a Bahamian home and plenty potential for renovation to look more traditional/historic. There is a master on main floor, en suite bath, with large dressing room and wet bar. Upper level is 2 bedrooms sharing one bath. The property has excellent potential for additional cottages, pool in the back yard. Most notable is the immense historical location and significance of the property, more than the dwelling.
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