Historic Jersey buildings
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Carrefour au Clercq Farm
Carrefour au Clercq
Route de La Hougue Bie
Type of property
17th century farmhouse and outbuildings
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Quetteville: In June 1895 Achille Quetteville (43), a French national, was fined £5 for illegally opening his shop at Carrefour Le Clercq at 8 o'clock on a Sunday evening and selling alcohol.
- 16 CN ♥ ELG 86 - For Clement Nicolle and Elizabeth Le Gros
- CN ♥ EN 1699 - For Clement and Elie Nicolle, the sons of Clement above
- EN 1701 - For Elie Nicolle, son of Clement and Elizabeth
- EN 1714 - For Elie Nicolle, son of Clement and Elizabeth
- EN ♥ IG 1740 - For Elie Nicolle and Jeanne Gruchy who married in Grouville on 12 December 1712 Elie was the son of Elie, grandson of Clement
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farm group. The 17th century house, with its later alterations and extensions, forms part of a fine group of buildings, retaining overall character and historic features. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Two-storey, five-bay farmhouse with two-bay wing to east; two-storey barn running along east boundary, single storey turning into north boundary; lean-to parallel to north of house running along boundary; pigsties.
Outbuildings to the east enclose two sides of a yard and include a bakehouse with brick oven. Roadside outbuilding with granite entrance archway. The hall retains a corbelled granite fireplace with lintel incised.
McCormack proposes medieval origins. Main phase 17th century. House refronted circa 1740. Farm buildings 17th and 19th century.
Old Jersey Houses
Not included, despite 17th century origins.