Immersed in rural St Ouen, with an abundance of authenticity and character
Vinchelez de Haut Manor is a truly impressive example of a Jersey country manor, set in extensive secluded grounds with a high standard of ancillary accommodation.
The current owners have lived in this magnificent Grade II listed property since 1992 and although many improvements have been made in the intervening years, it remains a comfortable, albeit large family home, filled with an abundance of life and character.
The light and pleasant atmosphere is noted by guests and friends who are fortunate enough to pass through its portals.
The ground floor comprises grand reception rooms, naturally flowing into a large, newly renovated yet traditional kitchen with further reception rooms beyond, creating vast space for hosting and entertainment.
With five functioning, authentic fireplaces, the original well, marble bathrooms, staircases, secret doors and traditional shutters, this property certainly exudes character and deluxe comfortable living.
Vinchelez de Haut Manor provides an overwhelming sense of privacy and seclusion, surrounded by 35 vergees of agricultural, equine and domestic land, providing an appreciation of rural living that cannot be ignored. Significantly, the agricultural land surrounding the Manor is in the transition process to Organic certification by the Soil Society, a unique and impressive achievement.
Planning permission has been granted on a permanent basis to build a substantial 1,500 sq ft room off the north wing of the main house, into the rear garden, which could house a swimming pool or be utilised as a fabulous entertaining/reception room.
Mains water, oil-fired central heating, septic tank drainage easily connectable to mains. Borehole serves outside water taps and swimming pool.
An exceptional example of a traditional countryside manor homeGeri O'Brien