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Well off the Beaten Track


This beautifully presented property is tucked away at the top of a small valley on the north coast of the Island surrounded by National Trust and open heath land. The house itself was constructed many centuries ago of sugary pink granite though was extensively re-furbished and renovated around 1976. The accommodation is in very good order with a cosy feel and briefly comprises on the ground floor: reception hallway, sitting room, family kitchen, conservatory, dining room, en-suite guest bedroom, utility/shower room and cloak room. Upstairs is the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, second double bedroom, large single


bedroom and house bathroom; all rooms afford charming views. Externally the gardens are beautifully maintained surrounding the heated swimming pool which is set in the south facing terrace, a real sun trap. There is a generous double garage with a large workshop below and further storage in an open loft above the garage. Ample parking is available in the driveway for guests and visitors. The location is exceptional, the northern cliff paths are on your doorstep yet town is a 15 minute car ride away. This gem would appeal to anyone looking for a beautiful home in a picturesque and tranquil location.


For more information, please contact Angela Radford on 07797 711071 TRINITY • £1,325,000


• 3 Receptions • 4 Bedrooms • 3 Bathrooms • Family Kitchen • Totally Private • Garage & Workshop • Exceptional Location • Surrounded by National Trust


• Freehold A-J Category


15 BATH STREET • ST HELIER • JERSEY • TEL 01534 766689 • WWW.LEGALLAIS.CO.UK


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