Completely refurbished stunning, traditional, yet modern home. The grounds have been completely overhauled, with a heated swimming pool, electric gates, woodland, & natural coastal headland with views of France. The 4 bedroom suite main house is magnificent & retains all the original character. Offering a colour palette of nudes and taupes, complemented with dark oak flooring and velvet carpets throughout. The hallway is bright and modern but with traditional touches such as vintage radiator covers, and a walnut & wrought iron staircase. The drawing room and large dining room are finished with luxurious fabrics and rugs. The kitchen has an exceptional layout, neutral and pale blue palette, and traditional four oven Aga. The vaulted ceiling gives an incredible feeling of space and light. Outside the kitchen is a patio, with Sonos inbuilt - the perfect outdoor entertaining space. The family room has been beautifully decorated, with wood-burner, surround sound cinema TV and blackout curtains. The wood-burner provides an excellent alternative to a real fire, being more efficient and clean. Sustainability is at the forefront of the design, the environmental, social and economic impact of the refurbishment have all been considered. The bedroom suites are set across the 1st and 2nd floors, the 1st-floor master bedroom suite combines contemporary furniture with traditional details. Each bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe. The bathrooms are all en-suite, with underfloor heating & luxury sanitary ware. The bathrooms come complete with robes, towels & Sonos surround sound. The luxurious two-bedroom en-suite guest cottage has an open plan kitchen and living room with Juliet balcony overlooking the grounds. There is also a self-contained pool house containing a kitchen, changing & shower facilities with inbuilt Sonos to the exterior, making for fun parties. The lawned garden offers uninterrupted sea views to France & access to cliff paths leading directly to Bonne Nuit Bay.
The property is situated on the headland above Bonne Nuit Bay with distant views towards the other islands. St Helier is an easy fifteen-minute drive while access to St Michael's or St George's school?s are similar distances. There is a glorious cliff walk along the island's north coast which is perfect on a sunny day.