Text by Linda Wright | Photography by Jim Bathie and Two & Quarter Photography
An American couple traveled to Bermuda for years, enjoying the islands while actively looking for the perfect retreat for four grown children and a large extended family.
Known for its pink sand beaches and clear, cerulean ocean waters, the island of Bermuda is an ideal spot for vacationers across the globe. So after years of holiday travels to the beautiful British territory, an American family decided it was time to find a more permanent residence on the island. When the couple first spotted this property, dubbed “Castle Point,” it had been suffering from neglect both inside and out since the 1980s, but that did not deter them. The family hired OBMI, a local architectural firm. Colin Campbell of OBMI shares, “We were challenged to create a retreat for the family that could be intimate when it was just the two of them or work well with all four children, spouses, and guests.”