- Prime west coast location
- Unobscured sea views from Portlet to L'eree
- Includes field to the rear (domestic curtilage) with future potential
- Presented to the market in move in condition
- Option to split for a reduced price
Situated on the west coast this property benefits from being directly opposite the beach and is only a short distance away from amenities including the Imperial Hotel and Portelet kiosk.
A regular bus route is available from Route du Port just outside the property.
The school catchment area for the property is La Houguette Primary and Les Beaucamps High School.
In a commanding position in the centre of Rocquaine and Leree Bay, Le Grand Port enjoys the best of West Coast living.
Almost directly opposite the property is the slipway to access the beach, ideal for high tide swimming. The front of the house enjoys incredible front line views of the sea from Pleinmont to Lihou Island and out to the Hanois Lighthouse. The rear of the house faces the hillsides of St Pierre du Bois and boasts a front row seat to the changes brought by the seasons.
The accommodation is perfectly proportioned and presented. The large open plan living room provides the light and bright space so highly prized for modern living with access to the garden, and a separate sitting room makes provision for cosy winters evenings. There are three bedrooms in total, with one on the ground floor harbouring an en suite - a good option for those looking to ensure a new home is future proofed and practical.
Externally, Le Grand Port has a lovely, sheltered area of garden adjacent to the living space, but also has the benefit of a significant portion of land to the rear (classified as domestic curtilage), complete with a large outbuilding which, with the correct permissions, may have the potential to convert to a separate dwelling in accordance with policy GP16(a). There is another area of land to one side currently used as a boat park, making the house very much part of the community.
Should a prospective buyer not wish to retain the land to the rear, the vendor would happily split the land, meaning that the house could be available for a reduced amount. Please see the the aerial image for reference.
Turning right on to Route de Rocquaine from Route du Coudre follow the coast road until you reach the next slipway, the property is immediately on your right just after the boat park.
Services and Notes Mains electricity, water and cesspit drainage. Oil fired underfloor and radiator central heating. UPVC double glazed windows. We understand the property to be of traditional construction and cavity. TRP 170. Tenure: Freehold.
Please note any total floor areas referred to within Savills Guernsey's details are provided by the States of Guernsey and are approximate only.