Cherry Farm

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Cherry Farm, St Peter


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Property name

Cherry Farm


Rue de la Commune, St Peter

Type of property

Farmhouse with 17th century origins

Families associated with the property

  • Le Brocq: The 1891 census shows the Le Brocq family living at Cherry Farm - Frank and Elvina Amelia, nee Le Feuvre, and their children Francis John, John and Winter James.
  • Ilett: During the German Occupation Edmund George Ilett (1892- ) and his wife Aurore May, nee Herve (1894- ) were living here

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A two-storey, four-bay farmhouse with 17th century origins, which retains original features and character. Shown on Richmond Map 1795. Single storey granite wing to west gable. Rear wing two-storey, two-bay.

Old Jersey Houses

Despite its 17th century origins, this house does not feature in either volume.

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