Bute Lodge

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Historic Jersey buildings

Bute Lodge, St Brelade


This property is often shown as being at Noirmont, but is more correctly identified as situated on Mont du Ouaisne

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Property name

Bute Lodge


Mont du Ouaisne, St Brelade

Type of property

17th century country cottage

Families associated with the property

  • Talibart: Grocer Francis Yves Pierre Talibart (1903- ) and his wife Gladys Maud, nee Boucault (1906- ) were living here with their son Francis John (1935- ) in 1941

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A fine example of a traditional 17th century rural house, retaining original features and fabric of architectural and historic interest. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Detached and set back from road. Two storeys plus attic, three bays and further bay to brick extension. Steep slate roof with three small rooflights.

Old Jersey Houses

Sadly this is yet another example of a small 17th century house of unusual design which failed to make it into either volume of the book

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