- Prime residential property
- Beautifully restored character home
- Combines Georgian style with contemporary flair
- Generous reception space
- Extended garden floor
- Delightful formal gardens and al fresco areas
- Open rural and sea views
- OPEN MARKET
Highfield is situated on the outskirts of St. Martins village however very close to nearby amenities such as local super markets and restaurants including the highly regarded Fermain Valley hotel. The primary school catchment is St Martins primary school and Les Beaucamps high school.
A regular bus route is available from the Fermain Tavern just a short walk down the road.
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 truly exceptional home, combining the traditional character of Georgian architecture with contemporary interior design, standing in a sought after residential location between the parish centres of St Peter Port and St Martin. The property stands well back from the road down a circular driveway and enjoys views from the rear over lawned gardens, down Fermain Valley and out to the sea and islands beyond.
Extended, renovated and refurbished by the current owners over their term, Highfield sets itself out as one of the island's outstanding properties and is presented with consummate style and flair. The beautifully elegant accommodation is laid out over four floors that includes an extended lower garden level.
There are both formal areas and more casual family rooms but all the principal reception space offers good ceiling heights and high natural light levels make for a supremely comfortable and welcoming living environment.
The attention given to design and detail extends outside to the
gardens and grounds which are well screened from neighbours to give mutual privacy. A gravelled forecourt, bordered by established shrubberies, provides parking for numerous vehicles and access to an attached garage with a studio over. The rear garden has a central manicured lawn that stretches away from the house to a ha-ha and raised views over open pasture land and across a wooded valley to the blues seas of Fermain Bay.
Heading from town along Route De Sausmarez after passing the Fermain Tavern on your right, the property is approximately 500 ft down the road on your left. The property has large gates featuring the house name. Perry's guide map reference. P31, F1.