Location: La Chevre Rue, Grouville, Jersey, Channel Islands, UK

Square Footage: 17,136

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 6+ bathrooms

Price: £19,000,000 or $30,026,584

Daisy Hill House is a waterfront mansion located in La Chevre Rue, Grouville on the island of Jersey in the Channel Islands in the UK. It was built in 2001 and features approximately 17,136 square feet of living space. The 1st floor features a foyer with floating staircase, formal living and dining rooms, home office/library, gourmet kitchen, family room, back staircase, billiards rooms, 2 garages and an indoor swimming pool with hand-painted sky ceiling and spa. The 2nd floor features another home office/library, the master suite with large private terrace and 5 additional bedroom suites. The 3rd floor features a game room and conservatory. The grounds features a swimming pool with pool house, separate spa, tennis court, formal gardens and more.


  • Daniel

    I like the exterior with the exception of the glass balconies. The look completely out of place. Interior is a mess. And all white. Haven’t seen that in a UK home before….


  • Eric

    Once again we have a new English Mansion where I like the Floor Plan INFINITELY better to the house itself (well mostly the Candy+Candy interior, YRCH!)

    The grounds, landscaping and Pool house are fabulous, 27 acres of land on a tiny island is also quite a Bargain!
    The house itself (following the floor plan) Is rather attractive. I love the small lobby to large entry room that you do not usually see, the double doors are another nice feature. Also nice to see a dedicated “Staff Kitchen” and “Family Kitchen” area, as well as a dedicated laundry room! Also good to see the “Family” kitchen area right in the middle of the Family room and Dinning room, so it can be accessed by either side.

    As for the second floor, well I may be in the minority here, but have the ‘his and her’ bathrooms I find an amazing feature. the fact that they have the space to do something like that is nice. Most houses try and cram a ‘his and hers’ into basically one bathroom, having a room with more than one loo or shower or more than one bath etc. Here they actually went ahead with two physical separate rooms. Something else I personally love is a private balcony as well as a whole secondary private room on the third floor!

    So once again, amazing floorplan, TERRIBLE House


  • opinionfree

    Looking at the exterior: all my eyes are drawn to are the windows. Big, mullion free, panes of glass. Entirely too casual and visually jarring for this home. Also, if your going to be foolhardy enough to have a cupola clock tower, make it whimsical.
    The interior is woefully dated, without even looking at the décor. I find the floor plan easy to read, thanks to the color coding. The actual layout is another story.