- Unique and traditional granite property
- Direct access to the beach
- Breath-taking, uninterrupted sea views
- Large mature south-facing garden
- Well maintained and in very good condition throughout
One of the most sought-after locations on Jersey's South Coast, close to St Aubin's and overlooking the golden sandy beach at St Brelade's Bay.
This is the perfect spot from which to enjoy life and the best that Jersey has to offer. These waters are famous for kayaking, windsurfing, kite surfing and the facilities at the Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club.
A superb choice of restaurants, bars, art galleries and specialist shops, together with great golf at La Moye Golf Club. The capital, St. Helier, is approximately four miles away and for international connections, Jersey Airport is approximately two miles away. Local schools include La Moye, Les Quennevais and Mont Nicolle, further outwards you have St Peters, St George's, St Lawrence and Bel Royal School.
A unique property overlooking St. Brelade's Bay, La Rocquaise is located next to the parish church. Elevated from the beach it has large, picturesque grounds, concealed behind the sea wall. With four reception rooms, up to seven bedrooms, and six bathrooms, there is great scope to adapt accommodation to personal requirements such as multigenerational living, and the provision of space for staff or visiting guests.
The entrance hall accentuates the feeling of space, large receptions can be used as sitting and formal dining areas. There are also smaller rooms used as a snug and an office. The Kitchen has plenty of space for a family dining table. There is a separate utility room for laundry, a boot room, and a storeroom.
There are four bedrooms on the first floor-three with en suites and the fourth is served by a house bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bathrooms and two bedrooms, as well as a dressing room. The primary bedroom suite has a dressing area and an extensive range of customised furnishings.
The gardens are landscaped with pristine lawns, surrounded by beds filled with mature trees, shrubs, and perennials. Within the gardens there is a summer house, which would work fine as a gym. Steps from the front lawn lead to the walkway along the sea wall and promenade. The views are amazing, extending all the way from the pier across the bay and over to Quaisne.
The property possesses enormous charm and character. Period features include thick granite walls, beamed ceilings and two granite inglenook fireplaces. The home also has two beautiful granite arched doorways.
There are two drives for access, a single garage and space for parking.
Heading along St Brelade's Bay pass the front of St Brelade's Bay Hotel on the right-hand side and La Rocquaise will be on the left, not visible from the road. The property is secured by a very long granite wall surmounted by timber panel fencing.
The property has oil-fired central heating.
Connected to mains services, no gas.
Separate borehole supply for the gardens automatically pumped for irrigation.