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.
An attractive 'Part A' Open Market period home situated in a semi-rural area in the north of the island not far from l'Ancresse Common, beautiful beaches and the marina/shopping centre at The Bridge. Originally built by the merchant owner of Guernsey's largest quarrying businesses, the property is presented in apparent good order with a wealth of charm and character.
The accommodation is ranged over three floors with good sized reception rooms and primary bedrooms. The hallway features a mosaic tiled Victorian floor and waxed pine staircase, while large windows encourage generous light levels.
The gardens and grounds, walled to the rear, amount to about 3/4's of an acre and lie mostly on the south facing side of the property with high perimeter stone walling on two sides providing privacy and shelter. A gravelled yard offers a significant amount of off road parking.
The property also includes two Local Market properties, which can provide ancillary accommodation to suitably qualified persons or investment income to the tune of approximately £27,000 per annum.
'Sohier Cottage' is semi-detached and comprises a lean-to conservatory/porch, lounge, kitchen/diner, two bedrooms, shower room, shared garden and allocated parking space.
'Little Sohier' is mid-terrace and comprises a lounge/diner, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, shared garden and allocated parking space.
Both properties are attractively presented and characterful - and have proved popular with tenants in the past.
Perry's Guide Map Reference: Page 10 D1
GPS: Latitude: 49[tel. no. redacted] Longitude: -2[tel. no. redacted]
Turn into Sohier Road off Braye Road. Take the second lane on the left into Rue Haizes and the entrance to Old Sohier is through the first gateway on the left hand side.