Clos de Coleron

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Clos de Coleron, St Brelade


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Property name

Clos de Coleron


St Brelade's Bay

Type of property

1960s single-story coastal home with basement


Offered for sale in 2023 for £15 million

Families associated with the property

The land on which this house was built was bought by Baron Trent, who as Jesse Boot, founded the high street Boots the Chemist chain and moved to Jersey where he married Florence Rowe. Although the land was purchased in 1923, the house was only built by the Boots' descendants some years after both of them had died. It was still in family ownership when offered for sale in 2023.

The house was designed by the renowned Jersey architect Arthur Grayson

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