Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue de la Val de la Mare du Sud
Type of property
Families associated with the property
- Simon: In 1941 Walter John Simon (1898- ), his father, Walter (1868- ), his wife Florence Marie, nee Vibert (1897- ) and their children Joyce Florence (1922- ), Lloyd King (1923- ), Osmund Walter (1925- ), Iris Elsie (1927- ), Elma Mary (1929- ) and Dolly May (1934- ) were living here. In 1917 an application to defer military service was made to the Royal Court by Walter on behalf of Walter John. The application was refused but a conditional exemption was continued until the end of the Great War
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farm group. This Jersey five-bay house retains its historic proportions and character with some features remaining externally. Internally it retains its plan form and some historic features. The group as a whole contributes to the rural setting. This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Originating in the 18th century it was developed to the east, with internal alterations to the main house, late 19th century. The south extension is mid-20th century.
Two-storey, five-bay house with late 19th century wing to north east; mid-20th century extension to south. Parallel to northeast is two-storey range of outbuildings, at south end turning west in two storeys, raised in mid-20th century. Detached to east is ruinous bakehouse and southeast a single storey outbuilding.
In the detached bakehouse the oven remains.