Perot's Island

Bermuda | Caribbean

  • Size 8.16 acres
  • Location Bermuda's Great Sound, Southampton Parish
  • Country/State Bermuda
  • Region Caribbean

There is much to love about this gem in the Bermuda archipelago. Named after William B. Perot, a French Huguenot who became one of the island's early postmasters, the eight pristine acres of Perot's Island are fringed by one of the most extensive private shorelines in Bermuda. Privacy is absolute as you are surrounded by the waters of Bermuda's Great Sound and removed from the bustle of the mainland.

The Island's graceful main residence creates an atmosphere of easy elegance, equally suited to casual living and formal entertaining. Some of the amenities that make this island an exceptional estate include an expansive pool, cozy cabana, paddle tennis court, chapel, boat house, greenhouse and slat house. Included with 

the estate on Bermuda's mainland are private docking facilities and a charming two bedroom cottage with garage. Built in 1937, the estate building at Perot's Island have been carefully renovated and maintained over the years.

The three story, seventeen thousand square foot main residence features seven bedroom suites, each with private bath, a Great Room with gallery and mahogany flooring, a stately Bermuda Cedar paneled library and a unique circular lounge with architectural lighting accents. Adding to the appeal are seven fireplaces, a wine cellar, staff quarters and much more. Few properties can offer the blend of refinement and adventure that is the spirit of Perot's Island.
Getting to know Perot's Island in advance, you can go on vacation here.
© First Aerial Shot by Farhad Vladi / Two more aerial shots by J-P Rouja for

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