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.
A characterful 1920s home in a Tudor Revival style with half-timbering, ornate brick chimneys and leaded glass windows. The property stands in a much favoured and sought after location, on the outskirts of St Peter Port, on South facing valley slopes above Fermain Bay and a short walk away from its renowned beach café.
Probably the most outstanding feature of this beautiful home is its extraordinary ornamental garden of some just under two acres. Designed, landscaped and planted by a Kew trained specialist, the grounds feature a shaped swimming pool partially enclosed by brick and stone built cloisters, balustrade terracing, a water garden with rill, a Victorian style greenhouse and kitchen gardens.
The accommodation provided is typical for a comfortable family home but includes a sizeable three bedroom 'gatehouse' annexe that offers ancillary space for a number of possible uses.
Perry's Guide Map Ref: Page 25 F5. Turn into Rue de Putron from Fort Road. The driveway is on the right hand side between the first and second houses, just after the high boundary wife. The house is not visible from the road.