This substantial and unique property has been in the same family ownership for many decades. In 1851 John Hammond, the Solicitor-General of Jersey (and who was later to become the Bailiff of Jersey) lived at the property with his wife, Jane Penrose Le Breton - sister of the Dean of Jersey, William Le Breton, father of Lillie Langtry. Built in 1826, it has been completely renovated in 2016 by the present owner and retains almost all of the buildings historic features. Located in a quiet residential area of St Helier, the property forms the end of an impressive Georgian terrace and offers spacious accommodation set out over four floors, with the addition of a two-bedroom basement flat which is currently let. The main house provides five large double bedrooms, three bathrooms, large kitchen/family room/diner and sitting room with wall mounted fireplace. Also on the ground floor, there is a cloakroom and utility room. An enclosed patio courtyard and five private parking spaces complete this enviable residence.