‘Mille Fleurs’ has been in the same ownership since the 1990’s and has been well maintained by the current owner since it’s construction back in the 1970’s.
Offering flexible accommodation, the property currently comprises two bedrooms both with en-suites which are complemented by a kitchen and large dining living room which is best positioned to enjoy the outlook over the garden. To one side of the property, there is an attached room which has been used for commercial purposes in the past with a further room above which has been used as a bedroom but would make a good study. With parking for a number of vehicles, within close proximity to the local Forest parish amenities and bus routes, this property would be well suited for those looking for a superb family home with the opportunity to modernise and put their own stamp on the décor and layout subject to any necessary permissions.
Formerly known as Trinity, Forest takes its name from its once densely-wooded habitat. The parish is the highest in the island and includes dramatic parts of Guernsey’s south-coast network of cliff paths, best accessed from Le Gouffre. There is a honeycomb of hedge-lined lanes and an enchanting valley down to Petit Bôt Bay, with the charming hamlet of Le Variouf above.
The German Occupation Museum near the parish church is as much for locals as it is visitors, and the family-owned Forest Stores is delightfully retrospective, yet a must for the island’s best family kitchens. The community spirited and award-winning Forest Floral Group is tireless in enhancing the parish they see as a gateway to the island, in the form of Guernsey’s modern airport.Read our parish guide