- Historic Guernsey Farmhouse
- Beautifully Preserved and Original
- Centrally Located within its Grounds
- Superb Family Accommodation
- Full Range of Outbuildings
A residential property categorised as Part A on Guernsey's Open Market Housing Register and available for occupation by those holding a British or European Economic Area passport.
Arguably one of Guernsey's most historic and best preserved farmhouses, Les Caches stands amidst picturesque surroundings at the end of a long tree lined driveway and is formed by a number of charming original stone buildings enclosing a central courtyard. Lying adjacent to the parking area, the main entrance and its facade is framed by a mature wisteria that accentuates the property's architectural beauty.
The accommodation itself displays an unbelievable wealth of original features and character, which is reflected in the detailed coverage it receives in the leading book on this subject 'The Guernsey Farmhouse'. The longstanding family owners of this property have become part of its story by seeking to preserve and maintain the buildings to pass on to the new owners of this beautiful and individual home.
The grounds and gardens amount in total to a little under 6 acres and include outlying paddocks, a substantial Barn with an old cider press inside and having previous planning permission for conversion to a secondary dwelling, Stables and Pigsties, a traditional lean-to Vine House, a walled ornamental garden and a vegetable patch.
All in all, a truly exceptional and historic property for those looking to enjoy a rural lifestyle.
Travelling along Route de Plaisance, turn left into Rue des Caches and take the first gateway on the right hand side. Perry's Guide Map Reference: Page 27 G 1/2