- Impressive detached property in Arts and Crafts style Functional fireplaces and character throughout
- Extremely private south facing gardens
- Approached by a long sweeping drive
- Walk to St Aubin's Village
- Room to extend
Set in the sought after parish of St Brelade, in an elevated coastal position. Clos de Tours is the only property on the coastal side of a green lane that is equidistance to St Aubin's village and Quaisne Bay.
Approximately a five minute walk to the picturesque St Aubin's Bay and harbour with its many restaurants and the Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club.
The airport is approximately ten minutes by car and all the shopping facilities at St Brelade's just a short drive away.
Clos De Tours is situated in a commanding coastal location above St Aubin's Bay in approximately 2½ verges (1 acre) of land.
Clos de Tours is a truly impressive home designed by Peter Blampied in the Arts and crafts style with a Grade lll listing of architectural and historical importance. With many interesting and unique features from the circular headed granite front door that leads in to an impressive entrance hall with imposing open well staircase and paneling.
The large spacious rooms have lots of south facing windows to let the light flood in. The sitting room is of grand proportions and leads to the conservatory and gardens. The beautiful paneled dining room with eighteenth century fireplace is a wonderful elegant room from which to entertain.
On the first floor there is a generous principal suite with bathroom and dressing room, two further double bedrooms, two children's rooms and two bathrooms.
There is scope to extend (subject to the usual planning) up into the 60ft attic if more bedroom space was required. There is also a large cellar that would make a fantastic gym or media room and a separate wine cellar.
Approached via a long sweeping driveway through the extensive grounds this property is extremely private with lovely woodland paths, orchard and lawns.
There is ample parking along with a detached double garage block and workshop.
On the market for the first time since it was built by Lord Coutanche in 1933, Jersey's wartime Bailiff, Clos De Tours would now benefit from some updating to bring this wonderful family home up to date for the next generation to enjoy.