Historic Jersey buildings
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- Elizabeth Place
- Elizabeth Cottages
Mont Pinel, St Saviour
Type of property
- No 1 was sold for £463,000 in 2021
- No 2 was sold for £320,000 in 2010
- No 3 was sold for £118,000 in 2004; £275,000 in 2006; £221,000 in 2014 and £485,000 in 2020
- No 4 sold for £140,000 in 2006; £386,000 in 2008 and £421,500 in 2017
Historic Environment Record entry
An early-mid 19th century row of houses, designed as a modest set-piece. The houses appear to be on the Godfray Map of 1849.
Each house is two-bay, two-storey. The walls are stucco scored with imitation ashlar and voussoirs. The doorway to each house is plain with a rectangular overlight and granite threshold. The houses have pitched slate roofs which are masked by a parapet.
They run down a slope and the parapet steps down at the centre of the row to maintain the proportion of the front elevations. The houses share two squat chimney stacks.