A Neo Georgian detached family home occupying a 2 acre site in the rural parish of St Saviours with the coast a short stroll away.
Fleur de Lys is in excellent order throughout and offers wonderfully bright and spacious rooms including a generous sitting room with open fireplace, smart oak flooring and sliding doors to the conservatory. The latter combines both dining and seating areas and enjoys a southerly aspect with lovely views over the rockery and water feature. The garden and adjoining field make an ideal playground for children while those of a less energetic disposition can enjoy distant sea views, peace and quiet. Plans since lapsed had been approved to extend the property.
Farming has been at the heart of St Saviour’s for centuries. The parish is blessed with great swathes of lush pasture and sheltered valleys descending onto a westerly coastline. Three of the valleys were flooded to form the island’s reservoir, around which the millennium walk takes an hour or so to complete.
St Saviour’s church and community centre are the focal points for parishioners and regular events often attract island-wide attention, such as the church’s annual music festival and revelry. Hotels and restaurants in the parish are few, but good.
The many fine farmhouses in St Saviour’s, some dating from the 17th century, are evidence of the parish’s inherent prosperity, and new development has been sparse giving rise to premium house prices as demand is high.Read our parish guide