Savills | Shell House, Route Du Villocq, Castel, GY5 7SA | Properties for sale
1,302.43 sq ft(121 sq m)
Asking price £495,000

Shell HouseRoute Du Villocq, Castel, GY5 7SA

  • Sold
  • Local Market
  • Sole agency

Key features

  • Sold in February 2020
  • Existing granite shell with permission for stylish house
  • Good size gardens and parking
  • Situated in a lovely quiet yet central location
  • Further details available from our offices

An exciting opportunity to acquire an unusual renovation project in a lovely location.

About this property

  • A very exciting opportunity to acquire an unusual renovation project situated in the sought after parish of the Castel, within close proximity of the nearby schools and amenities.

    This historical heritage listed property is of great significance and is believed to date back as far as 1450. Last occupied in 1980, the house was left derelict following a fire in 2001.

    The dwelling has since undergone considerable restoration by award winning stonemasons. Planning permission was obtained to create a stunning architect designed home from the shell of the existing granite building, as well as an additional large two storey extension. The plans offer very spacious accommodation with four double bedrooms and numerous reception rooms, all with a south westerly aspect. To the exterior the approval provides ample parking, a swimming pool and sheltered gardens with mature trees and hedging.

    The overall site area amounts to approximately half an acre. For further details or to view the plans, please contact Savills.

Local information

  • The Shell House is situated in lovely lanes in the Castel just a short distance from Sausmarez Park and West coast beaches.

Additional information

  • Electricity is existing and connected, water & drainage exist but require connecting to the mains. The property is of granite construction.
  • Directions: Turn into Le Villocq Lane from L'Aumone, the property makes the first bend on the left hand side. Perry's Guide Map Reference: Page 15 G2.