Situated at the foot of Route des Cotes du Nord and only yards to the beach at Rozel bay, the location could not be better for those who love the outdoors and beach/village lifestyle.
Surrounded by an area of natural beauty with cliff path walks to Bouley Bay and Egypt woods and conveniently located for boating or watersports, this is an ideal family location. Local amenities include the tearoom, Hungry Man cafe, Rozel gastro pub and Chateau La Chaire restaurant and bar.
St Martins primary school is close by and secondary schools including the Colleges, Hautlieu, De La Salle, FCJ and St Michaels are all no more than a 15 minute drive away.
Characterful barn converted approximately 25 years ago, expect to find a wealth of charm and character throughout this "chocolate box" barn conversion with 2300 square feet of centrally heated accommodation.
There are four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, three reception rooms and a breakfast kitchen plus utility and cloakroom. The property is a real family home that blends charming rustic features with modern finishes, all set within a large mature meadow style garden with stream running through and bordered by woodland. There are pretty external window shutters, tongue and groove paneling, exposed floor boards, cozy fire places and a warm friendly atmosphere that emanates throughout the house.
Accommodation comprises spacious and light filled rooms that are well-proportioned. The living room and dining room are especially characterful each with wonderful working fireplaces and exposed white painted pine flooring. The dining room has French doors set within the arch of the original barn entrance which lead out in to the garden.
At the heart of the house is the kitchen, with plenty of room for a six seater table and chairs. It is country style with an oil fired Aga and fitted shaker units with granite work tops. Next to the kitchen is a large utility room with Belfast sink, back door and with a hatch to the attic storage. Adjacent to this is the cloakroom.
There are double doors from the kitchen down into the conservatory which was added only four years ago and is somewhere to sit and relax and appreciate the surrounding gardens from.
The first floor comprises two good size double bedrooms with an en suite bath room for the principal bedroom and a family bath room that was renovated two years ago and boasts a picture perfect scroll top, clawed foot bath. There is also a modern shower for those that prefer one.
On the second floor are two good sized attic bedrooms which benefit from dormers for additional light. All the bedrooms have built in furniture for storage.
Outside A large and idyllic south facing garden that is partially landscaped but in the main is in a fairly natural meadow state with a stream running through and sheltered by the neighboring woodland. There are alfresco areas to sit and dine on the patio under the pergola and also for soaking up the sun on the garden deck. There are also log stores, old pigsties, and sheds with one set up as a workshop with electricity.
It is a nature lovers paradise being a natural habitat for bulrushes, flag iris, arum lilies, mature trees and a majestic weeping willow. The habitat has an abundance of wildlife including barn owls, squirrels, jays, kestrels, buzzards and lizards.
To the rear of the property, which borders the road, there is driveway parking for up to six cars and even room for a boat. There is additional roadside parking on the hill if required.
Services Mains drains and water. Oil fired central heating. Underfloor heating in the house bathroom.
Heading east on La Profonde Rue, head towards Rozel on La Route Du Cotes Du Nord and Meadow Barn will be on right at the foot of the hill as you enter into Rozel (opposite the tea room).