Glen Moor

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Glen Moor, St Clement


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Property name

Glen Moor

Other names

  • La Vieille Ferme
  • Glen Moor Farm


Rue du Bourg, St Clement

Type of property

Farm group with 17th century origins


Sold for £840,000 in 2008 as Glen Moor Farm

Families associated with the property


  • 1831 - No initials, but claimed by HER to be for the marriage of Jean Averty and Mary Le Brun [1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Historic farm group with circa 17th century origins and later additions, retaining some original features and character.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. The single storey west wing is the earliest building, dated by John McCormack's Channel Island Houses to circa 1670.

East wing (and roughcast to main house) added circa 1930 - replacing earlier single storey wing shown on photograph above right. Former farm group comprising main house - five-bay, two-storey with attic - with later cross wing to east and earlier five-bay, single storey west wing; plus five-bay, single storey outbuilding detached to north.

Old Jersey Houses

Not included, despite undoubted age of the property

Notes and references

  1. There is no marriage on record of a Jean Averty and Mary Le Brun, and it is much more likely that this stone relates to Jean Averty and Marie Aubin, both of St Clement, who married in the parish in 1831
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