This beautiful modern house occupies a fabulous one acre site in the rural heart of the island.
Completed in 2020, the property offers in excess of 3,500 ft2 of superbly appointed and luxurious living space all opening onto large sun terraces, on both ground and first floors, with lovely views over the mature private gardens and the parish church. Enjoying a lovely light aspect, the principal ground floor living area comprises open plan living and dining areas and superb kitchen with large island and a walk-in larder cupboard. Further space on the ground floor offers a gym/snug lounge, two bedroom suites and a large utility. 8’8 ceilings feature throughout. The principal bedroom suite occupies the majority of the first floor and includes a large bedroom opening onto a sheltered terrace, lounge, large dressing room with bespoke furniture and sumptuous bathroom with free standing bathtub. The first floor could be simply reconfigured to create further bedrooms if required.
The landscaped exterior provides ample brick paved parking, detached garage, lovely alfresco entertaining space on a large sun terrace with fitted awning and BBQ space. The extensive lawned gardens offer a high degree of privacy, being enclosed by many mature trees and shrubs, and include a potting and storage shed. The property is available with much of the high quality furniture as part of a sale.
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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