Placesproperty reviewHello Sunshine

Hello Sunshine

With panoramic views of St Aubin’s Bay and the sight of yachts gently bobbing up and down in the marina quite literally on your doorstep, this spacious apartment will leave you with plenty to gaze at through those full-height windows both day and night as the world passes by and the sky fades from blue to black and back to blue again.

The convenience of living in town can often be offset by the uninspiring views from your window; however, with this luxury seafront apartment, you can have it all. Yes, even parking; there are two basement parking spaces reserved for the exclusive use of this property, too. Granted, those working in town might never need such a luxury, but even if you do work just a short stroll from the marina and you enjoy escaping to the more rugged scenery of the north coast – or even, dare we say it, more awe-inspiring beaches that the west of the island has to offer –  when the weekend arrives, you can sleep soundly in the knowledge that once five o’clock chimes on a Friday evening you’ll be back home, changed and out on the road in no time.

Or simply settle into the lounge or one of the two south-facing balconies and relax as the sun fades away. The choice is yours!

Situated on the first floor of Le Capelain House at Castle Quay, this is one of just five sea-facing ‘shard’ apartments in the complex, with a very comfortable 1,236 sq ft of floorspace. Its floor-to-ceiling windows allow for an abundance of light to flow in from outside, and, to counter the heat, the apartment is fitted with air conditioning in the open-plan lounge / kitchen / dining room so you’ll always be able to get the balance  just right and live in true comfort.

There are two bedrooms, of which the master features an en-suite bathroom, and as you’d expect from an apartment of this calibre, the rooms are generously sized. The crucial question to ask yourself would be whether you’d potentially prefer a house with a greater number of rooms in a more urban setting, or a spacious apartment with that sea view? Rounding up the rooms are a house bathroom and separate utility room to hide away all of those bits that are household essentials. You know; washing machine, tumble dryer, vacuum cleaner, ironing board, feather duster, cuddly toys…

If you enjoy entertaining, then what better way to make the most of the beautiful backdrop than by having your guests gather around the curved bar and worktop area while you cook up a storm? The neutral kitchen features high-quality Miele appliances and there’s ample space for onlookers sitting on the lounge side, as well as in the lounge itself – although let’s be realistic here; your guests will probably be soaking up the scenery with their noses up against the windows or arms resting on the balcony!

To take a look around this stunning seaside apartment for yourself, contact Gaudin & Co. by visiting or calling 01534 730 341.

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