A substantial character house and an ideal business opportunity
- Bedrooms: 3/5
- Bathrooms: 3
- Rooms: Entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/dining room, utility room, conservatory/restaurant, downstairs cloakroom, bedroom 4/additional kitchenette, bedroom 5/dressing room
- Location: Central
- Lease: Expires 30th June 2086
- Date Available: By arrangement
- Market: Open market
Beau Sejour is a substantial west-facing character house with mature gardens, built in the style of an original ‘Jersey’ farmhouse in 1870s. Set back slightly from the road Beau Sejour is situated along the wide tree-lined road leading to La Seigneurie, the home of the Seigneur of Sark, and onto L’Eperquerie Common and enjoys a primarily west-facing aspect. It is an easy flat cycle ride, or 10-minute walk from the village and within easy access of some of the island’s most scenic walks and coastal areas.
This well presented potentially 5-bedroom character granite property is set over 3 floors, with a small basement/wine cellar area as well as loft space. Beau Sejour has uPVC double-glazed windows and double-glazed Velux windows with in-built blinds throughout.
This property currently has existing permissions to be operated as a hotel, guest house, restaurant or café and has recently been operated as a restaurant and, separately, as a self-catering unit using the first and second floors.
Term: Lease expires 30th June 2086.
Ground Rent: £314.87 per annum as of 2019 with a 5-year RPI increase.
Property Tax: £1,566 per annum at the 2019 rate of £14.50 per quarter. The measurements of the property equate to 108 taxable Sark ‘quarters’.
Viewing: By appointment through Sark Estate Agents as the Vendor’s agents.
Possession: By arrangement.
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