One of Alderney's most prestigious houses that used to be home to the late John Arlott, the former BBC test cricket commentator.
Set within one and a half acres of walled-in gardens, this former private hotel comprises three receptions on the ground floor along with a large fitted kitchen, cloakroom, utility, and a self-contained annex with one double bedroom, an en suite shower room and a kitchenette.
Dry storage cellar below the entrance hall. Potential for further expansion over the kitchen and annex.
An elegant staircase leads to the first floor landing with its intricately designed observatory area, the principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Stairs to second floor landing, two double bedrooms both with individual look-out areas over the sea beyond.
Set within attractive high stone boundary walls offering privacy and sun, the gardens, mainly laid to lawn, include a circular front driveway, three substantial garden stores and a greenhouse.
Walled in lawned garden to the eastern aspect of the house which is classed as a building plot with a further parcel of land beyond the rear garden which is also a designated building plot.