Chestnut Lea

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Chestnut Lea, St Helier


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Property name

Chestnut Lea


Grande Route de Mont a l'Abbe, St Helier

Type of property

19th century rural house

Families associated with the property

  • Alexandre: General Don's Militia Census of 1815 records Moise Alexandre as a sergeant in the St Lawrence Regiment
  • Le Rossignol: In 1941 John Hubert Le Rossignol (1879- ) and his wife Mary, nee Le Patourel (1880- ) were living here; together with Albert Jules Antoine Le Liard (1903- ) and Emma Elizabeth Le Liard, nee Pritchard (1893- )


MALX♥♥SGL 1804 - For Moyse Alexandre and Susanne Gaillard

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A good example of an early 19th century rural house, which retains its historic character including fine ashlar stonework to the south elevation. Some internal features survive.

Central doorway has flat roofed porch with paired Doric columns (possibly salvaged from elsewhere).

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