Great opportunity to purchase a home full of character and history just seconds from the sea.
This coastal retreat is perched upon the clifftop commanding an enviable elevated position above St Brelade's Bay. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to own a sea front property bursting with character comprising military buildings dating back to the 1700s. Renovated and extended in 2013 to a high standard, the property shows individuality in being arranged across three separate levels to ensure the spectacular views can be admired throughout this charming home.
The property is constructed from desirable Jersey Granite, paired with sleek dark wooden accents. Inside, the kitchen has been tastefully renovated to perfectly compliment the historical features with a gorgeous curved brick ceiling and impressive arched entranceway. The timeless wooden kitchen is a perfect blend of modern whilst suiting the character of the property.
The adjoining sitting room promotes an indoor-outdoor means of living with an elegant tiled patio seamlessly flowing from the inside out. Opening the bifold doors to the sun terrace creates an open plan space for alfresco dining in the summer months, whilst closing the doors allows for a cosy space to relax with family in the colder seasons. Views all year round are breath-taking with undisturbed sea views of the sublime coastline.
The principal bedroom occupies its own floor with fitted wardrobes and a modern ensuite bathroom. This peaceful retreat is completed by captivating sea views. The second double bedroom is located on the lowest level again similarly appointed with ensuite and fitted wardrobes. This level also includes a second sitting room with added mezzanine floor for a versatile reception space. This room is a blend of comfortable and stylish with a woodburning stove creating a cosy and inviting space in the winter.
Not only the house itself but the surrounding land is beautiful, forming part of the National Trust with neighbouring Le Coleron Battery. This charming home is accessed via a privately owned pathway which has direct access to the pier and National Trust land surrounding. Parking is available at the nearby church for an annual contribution.
The perfect retreat surrounded by natureGeri O'BrienProperty agent