FREEHOLD. A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase an exceptional granite home located on the beach at the western tip of St Brelade’s Bay. Future owners are buying into a rich heritage as well as an unparalleled address; the new owner will own not only a home, but a piece of history for La Rocquaise was once owned by the internationally acclaimed surrealist French photographer Mdme. Claude Cahun who lived there with her partner Marcel Moore throughout the German occupation.
Dating back to the 16th Century, the Grade 3 listed property comprises 6-7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and multiple reception rooms. Accommodation is versatile and can work in many ways; a large family home or two-generation living are just a few suggestions.
The mature, well established garden to the south side of the house offers privacy and picture perfect views over St Brelade’s Bay whilst a flat lawn to the rear has great potential for a pool.
Just a short walk away across the soft golden sand is the ever popular Oyster Box Restaurant and Crab Shack along with a range of other restaurants, cafes and bars and it’s only a five minute drive to Jersey Airport and Gama Aviation, Waitrose and La Moye Golf Club.