- Granite barn conversion
- Beautiful enclosed garden
- Parking for three cars
- Tranquil rural setting
- Presented in walk-in condition
- Original character features
Ideally situated at the end of a quiet country lane within a lovely rural setting in St John, yet conveniently located within an approximate 10 minute walk of the Co-Op at Sion and approximately only 10 minutes drive to town or in the other direction to the beautiful Bonne Nuit Bay.
Originally converted in 1987, this well-maintained granite barn conversion perfectly combines modern interiors with traditional features, maintaining a beautifully fresh yet character-filled home. The positioning of the plot means the house and garden feel nice and secluded with a great sense of privacy.
Presented in walk-in condition and full of natural light, the house is set over three floors. The ground floor briefly comprises of an eat-in kitchen overlooking the garden and an arched doorway which leads through a hallway with WC, to the lounge with multi-fuel burner and patio doors out to the garden.
On the first floor is the main bedroom with en suite shower room and views over the garden, plus a further two double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes.
On the top floor, which is also bright and airy, is a modern house bathroom fitted with fantastic Jacuzzi bath and the fourth bedroom which is currently utilized perfectly as office space.
Ample storage is provided in the form of two attics, airing cupboard and under stair storage, as well as an external utility/store room, a safe place for bikes and fishing equipment etc.
There is potential to extend the house and planning permission was previously passed for an extension from the kitchen into the garden.
The outside areas to the front of the house provide a fantastic private space to suit a multitude of needs from alfresco dining on the patio, a suntrap for sunbathing and a beautiful lawn bordered by various trees and shrubs ideal for children and pets, not to mention Summer garden parties.
Also, adding to the uniqueness of the property, a large granite archway, which is grade three listed, forms one of the original features.
The property further benefits from its own driveway parking for three cars.
From town, heading along La Grande Route de Saint-Jean, just before Sion turn right onto La Rue des Houguettes and left on to La Rue du Poivre. At the end of the lane, turn left then right and Le Jardin is the first house on your LHS.