Cliff-top mansion on Channel Island of Jersey goes on sale for £18m
Your own piece of Jersey shore! Cliff-top mansion on the Channel Islands with an infinity pool and bespoke wine cave goes on sale for £18million
- Carteret House is located in the parish of St Martin, near the fishing harbour of Rozel in Jersey’s north-east
- The seven bedroom property, which boasts a bespoke wine cave and infinity pool is on the market for £18m
- Five of the bedrooms have views over the sea towards France and there are eight reception rooms and a gym
- A winding pathway leads down the cliffs to a rocky cove where a boat could be moored for sea trips
A stunning California-style cliff-top mansion complete with an infinity pool and wine cave has gone on sale for £18million on the Channel Island of Jersey.
The modern, seven-bedroom property boasts views across the sea to France and has a private winding pathway down to a picturesque rocky cove.
On the former site of a popular Jersey restaurant, Bistro Frere, in the parish of St Martin, near the pretty fishing harbour of Rozel, Carteret House has been extensively extended by its present owner.
California-style clifftop mansion Carteret House, in the north-east of the Channel Island of Jersey, is on the market for £18m
Five of the property’s seven bedrooms boast sea views and outdoor terraces allow the owner to soak up the views
One of the eight reception rooms in the house, with large windows to take full advantage of the stunning sea views
The hallway and staircase in the seven-bedroom house, which the estate agents describe as a ‘wonderful family home’
The house comes with a large parking area and ample space in the triple-doored garage for six vehicles
It now has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and eight reception rooms as well as a bespoke wine cave, gymnasium, garage space for six cars and a sea-facing infinity pool.
All of the rooms in the house that face the sea have been fitted with large windows affording stunning views and lead out onto a large outdoor terrace.
The ground floor reception space includes a 950 square foot living room, dining room, kitchen designed by luxury fitter Smallbone of Devizes, a breakfast room, cinema room and office.
Stairs from the kitchen area lead up to the gym, which is equipped with its own shower.
A view of the modern kitchen, fitted by luxury brand Smallbone of Devizes, in the cliff-top property now on the market
A sunken seating area next to the infinity pool is the perfect spot to enjoy the sunset over the sea each evening
The house comes with a bespoke wine cellar to store those precious vintages and plenty of indoor and outdoor space
One of the seven bathrooms or shower rooms in the property, this one complete with sea views to enjoy from the bathtub
One of the spacious bedrooms in the house, which also comes with a cinema room, gymnasium and home office
Upstairs can be found a large master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom and two separate dressing areas and a private balcony. Four of the other bedrooms are sea-facing.
Outside, landscaped gardens surround a sunken seating area and swimming pool, while a path leads down the cliffs to a rocky cove with a scrap of sand to enjoy.
From there, a day trip to France is possible for those with those a boat.
Part of the wood-lined kitchen area in the property, which has been extended and remodelled by its present owners
The kitchen comes fully equipped as you might expect with wood-fronted cabinets and an enormous fridge
The property boasts an infinity pool with stunning views over the ocean towards France and access to a rocky cove and beach
The view from the property’s outdoor seating area looking back into the house where part of the kitchen is visible on the left
Rebecca Sokrati, of estate agent Fine & Country, said: ‘You can access the little bay through your own land so you could keep a mooring there.
‘A lot of people on the east of Jersey do this and enjoy travelling to France for lunch or dinner – it’s a fantastic lifestyle.
‘It would make a wonderful family home for people with children who were older than toddlers, or perhaps a lock-up and leave for people wanting a home on Jersey.’
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