Historic Jersey buildings
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Grande Route de Rozel, St Martin
Type of property
19th century cottage
- Sold for £617,200 in 2018
- On offer for £1,950,000 in 2022
Families associated with the property
- Le Vesconte
- Gaudin: In 1941 John Philip Gaudin (1905- ) and his mother Ann, nee Noel (1871- ) were living here. A Mrs Gaudin was living here with Miss Maud Ogier as companion in the 1960s
Historic Environment Record entry
The land registry records that George Le Vesconte built the house on land he acquired from John Mollet in 1848 - the house then sold to John Vardon in 1850.
A mid-19th century cottage that retains its original character and features, contributing to the streetscape in a sensitive location opposite the parish church. Three-bay, single-storey cottage of double-pile plan form, with small wing linking with Catherine House; rear outhouse.
The cottage has a pitched slate roof with pair of rendered chimneystacks with cornice moulding, and ornate ridge cresting.