Augres Farm benefits from an idyllic rural location and is located off a peaceful unspoilt rural lane in the heart of the Trinity countryside, great for ramblers and dog walkers. It is also close to the north coast walking paths where the scenery is ruggedly beautiful and Bouley Bay is less than a five minute drive.
1 Augres Farm forms part of a Grade 2 listed historic farm group dating back to c.1400, with a 17th century wing, retaining a rarely found ensemble of early features illustrating the development of medieval and post-medieval Jersey rural houses.
The property has charming features throughout with quirky windows, exposed granite and beams, alcoves and a tourelle staircase to name but a few.
The house offers good living space with a charming sitting room with wood burner, the kitchen is a characterful space for families to enjoy breakfast or casual dining and there is an additional separate dining room for more formal dining and entertaining. Both the lounge and dining room have impressive granite fireplaces.
Also on the ground floor, there is a utility room and a cloakroom.
On the first floor is the master bedroom and en suite shower room, bedroom 2 with en suite shower room, a single bedroom and a house bathroom.
On the second floor there are two attic bedrooms, with one currently set up as a study.
Outside The property benefits from a private garden, external store room, shared extensive valley garden with large pond, bordered by trees, and has parking for 4 cars.
The house would suit a family or a professional couple who would appreciate the fabulous outside space the property benefits from and the historic/character which the property has to offer.
Services Oil fired central heating. All mains services (except gas).
Restrictions Available on a 2 year renewable lease at £3,950 per month. £4,250 deposit required to secure. Children welcome and pets by arrangement. Can be part furnished or unfurnished.
Proceed up about 2/3rds of Trinity Hill and pass the garage on the left. After passing the garage, take the third right turn into La Rue Du Hurel and drive to the end of the lane. At the bottom take the right turn into La Rue Du Moulin De Bas. Augres Farm is up the hill and after the Z bend on the left.