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Grève de Lecq mansion on market for £11m before any work begins

Grève de Lecq mansion on market for £11m before any work begins

Saturday 11 June 2022

Grève de Lecq mansion on market for £11m before any work begins

Saturday 11 June 2022

A luxury development at Grève de Lecq has gone on the market for £11m before a spade has been dug in the ground.

Plans to knock down the Seaside Café and replace it with a four-bedroom home and 100-cover café were approved by the Planning Committee in January.

Now the yet-to-be built property, which includes a separate 100-cover café with 16 car spaces for diners, is for sale on with Wilsons Frank Knight.

Offers over £5m are invited for the site with approved drawings or offers of over £11m are invited for the completed development project.

The description says: “Set directly overlooking the golden sands of the beautiful bay, planning consent is approved for a magnificent detached ‘new build' family home together with a separate commercial demise.

“Of dramatic contemporary architectural design, this most exceptional future residence will provide a generous range of accommodation: including a stunning ‘beach-facing’ master bedroom suite with terraces and a further three excellent bedrooms.

“Multiple living areas with the addition of a cinema and gym (subject to further planning application).”

Greve de Lecq Seaside Cafe.jpg

Pictured: The development will see the size of the current carpark reduced significantly.

It adds: “Extensive site area with dual access driveways to each demise. Seaside being access via a unique 'tunnel' driveway with ample parking and garages while remaining extremely screened from the commercial element.

“The planning approved commercial demise of striking complimentary architectural design, will provide a circa 100 seat eatery internally and externally, together with all facilities.”

Plans were submitted by De Montford Developments for the demolition and development of the Seaside Café, which is just within St Mary, early last year.

They divided opinion, with some preferring the ‘duneland’ design to the current large carpark and café building; while others objected to the loss of beachside land to a private development.


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Posted by Martin on
A ghastly place with privacy commensurate with a Goldfish bowl!
Posted by Keith Marsh on
This should never have been allowed by Planning, makes you wonder whose string was pulled.
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