- Granite house within an exclusive boutique development
- Restored by professional designers at Waddington Interiors
- Architecturally rich building bursting with original character
- Centrally located with sweeping countryside views
- Bright and spacious rooms filled with natural light
- Allocated parking with external store room and private and communal gardens
Centrally located in the heart of the countryside, St Matthew's Convent is an exclusive boutique development of seven beautifully finished residences in two distinctive, architecturally rich buildings. Bordering three parishes, St Matthew's Convent is situated in the peaceful surroundings of patchwork fields, within easy reach of the rugged splendour of the North Coast and within 10 minute drive of both the airport and St Helier.
Adjacent to St. Mathieu Church, St Matthew's Convent was built in 1884 for the Sisters of Saint André and has now been restored by Waddington Interiors into seven elegantly appointed residences in three different style palettes.
This semi-detached house, set over three levels, has been designed in a traditional ‘Countryside Chic' style where classical joinery elements provide detail and texture with strong finishes creating a sight rustic edge whilst maintaining plenty of its original character.
The ground floor comprises of an entrance hall, principal bedroom with en suite bathroom with double wash hand basins, a separate bath and shower. The second bedroom also offers en suite shower room.
On the first floor is a large open-plan living/dining room/kitchen, fully fitted with Miele appliances, with fantastic vaulted ceilings allowing lots of light in and a house WC.
A unique mezzanine level on the top floor provides a clever office space overlooking the living room. Completing the house is a utility room, fitted with Miele washing machine and tumble dryer, and additional storage space.
Also benefitting from private external store room, patio garden to the front of the house, beautifully kept communal gardens and two allocated parking spaces.