Blanc Pignon, St B

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Blanc Pignon, St Brelade


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Property name

Blanc Pignon


Ruelle es Ruoux, St Brelade

Type of property

Late 19th century Gothic style house

Families associated with the property

  • Marett - the house was the home of Bailiff of Jersey Sir Robert Pipon Marett. A fire at Blanc Pignon in 1874 destroyed his papers – a loss to Jèrriais literature


  • EP 1822 - an inscribed sundial plaque
  • EP 1924 - over the wellhead

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A high quality late 19th century Gothic-style house which has retained many original features which are distinctive of the period and architectural style, with examples of fine craftsmanship. Site includes interesting range of 19th century outbuildings and a notable wellhead. Set back within landscaped grounds.

Old Jersey Houses

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