£1,395,000 House
St Johns Road, St. Helier

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6 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
3 Receptions
3 Parking
Sea Views Rear Garden Utility Room Patio Workshop Cloakroom Fireplace Oil Fired Central Heating Office Shed Period Features Study Two Generation


House Type
Freehold Tenure
Qualified Qualification
288 m2 / 3100 ft2 Approx Size m2/ft2
No Onward Chain

Impressive Victorian home, with separate unit. 

A well-loved and maintained 3,000ft2 5-bedroom semi-detached Victorian townhouse with independent 1 bedroom flat. 3-4 parking spaces, elevated St Helier location with great views. Sole agent, no onward chain.   

Large period townhouse
Separate 1 bedroom self-contained unit
Parking for 3/4 vehicles
Home with character
Walk to work/close to town
Private tiered garden

Constructed in the 1840s to a very high standard as a fine gentlemen’s residence, this grand home is full of history and character. The Grade 3 listing is purely on the impressive façade, but ensures that this and the neighbouring property will retain their beauty for years to come.  Having been well loved over its 180 years this Victorian townhouse provides over 3,000ft2 of characterful accommodation, and as soon as you step foot inside, the grandeur of this property hits you, from the carved Newel in the shape of a dog's head to the huge feature windows. The high ceilings create a real volume to the rooms, and the front rooms enjoy large bay windows that allow abundant light to flood in. Internal layout of the main house is: to the ground floor, grand entrance hall, living room with bay window, a further reception, mono pitched roof extension providing a kitchen diner with Rayburn oven and doors to rear patio, there is also a cloakroom. To the first floor the main bedroom has fantastic views over town to Elizabeth Castle and a balcony, two further bedrooms and a house shower room, to the top floor are two further bedrooms which would make ideal work spaces. From the rear patio garden are steps up to a further garden that is incredibly sheltered and is a perfect space to be enjoyed. The lower ground floor has been converted to be a self contained one bedroom apartment, this could offer a home with income, separate annex for in-laws, older children, a live in nanny or could be re incorporated to the main house. In addition, the property also benefits from the original wine cellar and coal store (now a workshop area). A forecourt provides parking for 3 to 4 cars. These  Victorian homes offer amazing value for money and with this one being priced at just £465/ft2 which is less than half the price of 1 bed marina view apartment! Ideally located close to local schools, parks and within walking distance of local amenities and the town centre also saves money on commuting. With the cost of living and housing being so high in Jersey, this great home really does tick so many boxes. No onward chain, reducing risk of completion delays.      

All mains with oil fired central heating.

Grade 3 listed, fa�ade only. https://www.gov.je/citizen/Planning/Pages/HistoricEnvironmentDetail.aspx?s=3&r=HE1774

Pass People's Park on your LHS, heading to Cheapside, after the pedestrian crossing take 2nd left into New St John's Rd, continue up the hill, Studio House is the second house on the LHS after Mountview hotel. What3Words: https://w3w.co/clearly.stuck.deprive

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