Call us biased for thinking so but the homes that dot our scenic shores are some of the most unique and beautiful in the world. The Georgian windows, Bermuda roof, butteries, wooden shutters and welcoming arms have a distinct aesthetic that hasn’t changed much over the centuries. Here are 10 vintage Bermuda homes once featured in the pages of The Bermudian – how many are still standing?

 

An old Bermuda house circa 1909

 

Castle Grotto – where Annette Kellermann did her principal diving as Neptune’s Daughter

 

Government House, and the Governor’s park at the end of Kent Street, circa 1830

 

Harmony Hall

 

The Gables, Paget

 

The Old Rectory, St. George’s

 

Tom Moore’s Tavern, January 31st, 1926