Beauvoir Cottage

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Beauvoir Cottage, St Brelade


A mid-19th century rural house with features of architectural and historic interest

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An architect's impression of how the renovated property would look

Property name

Beauvoir Cottage

Previous names

None known


Rue de Haut, St Brelade

Type of property

A 19th century house in the countryside above St Aubin


Offered for sale in 2019, fully renovated, for £2,750,000

Estate agent's description: Totally renovated five-bedroom family home due for completion March 2020. Situated down a quiet private lane and set high above St Aubin this stunning property has been the subject of extensive works to provide a high quality character filled home.

Three excellent reception rooms on the ground floor, kitchen and utility. The orangery leading from the kitchen has a working fireplace and overlooks the stunning gardens. The sitting room to the front of the house also has its own working fireplace.

The five bedrooms are set over the upper two floors with three en suite and a house bathroom on the top floor. All fitted with the highest quality fixtures and fittings. To the exterior of the property is a delightful south-west facing walled garden. Lovely aspect with views over agricultural fields and a short distance to St Aubin.

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A good example of a mid- to late 19th century rural house, retaining original character and features of architectural and historic interest. Detached house. Well in front to west of porch, tall granite circular structure with opening to well and spout for drawing water. Granite gate piers.

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