Historic Jersey buildings
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Route de L'Étacq, St Ouen
Type of property
Families associated with the property
- Amy: The 1901 census shows farmer Philip Amy (1878-), his widowed mother Bridget (1852- ), his brother Thomas (1882- ) and sister Emma (1884- ) living here
Historic Environment Record entry
This mid-19th century farm group retains exterior historic character, and has scenic value when viewed from the main road and coast. Main house with single storey service wing to north; L-Plan stables/outbuildings to south.
Main house: 2 storey 5 bay. Front (east) elevation: hipped slate roof, 2-pairs of rendered chimneys with cornices. Painted render finish with ashlar and keystone and quoin effect.
Rear (west) elevation: painted pierre perdu mortar.
North service wing: single-storey. Slate roof with a matching render chimney. Painted plain render finish with a stone lintel over the entrance.
Rear elevation: a match with main house.
South L-plan stables/outbuildings: slate roofs with tilt-lights. Random stone construction with a mix of dressed stone and brick openings and dressed stone quoin-angles.