This stunning 3-4 bedroom, house in the highly sought-after area of St Saviour’s, offers spacious and modern living in a peaceful and picturesque location.
There is ample parking for multiple cars and a private garden to the rear, perfect for relaxing and entertaining, and is surrounded by mature trees and greenery, providing a tranquil and secluded atmosphere. It is worth noting that Le Shalon is a fully ‘passive’ house, meaning that running costs are extremely low for heating through the winter.
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