Homestead, St O

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Homestead, St Ouen


The three-bay roadside frontage of the property before it was restored

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Property name


Other names

  • Homestead Cottage, a self-catering unit forming part of the restored farm complex (see pictures below)


Route de Vinchelez, St Ouen

Type of property

Georgian farmstead, restored in 2018


Sold for £1 million in 2015

1939 advert in the Chronique de Jersey announcing that the sale of the property by auction was cancelled because the farm had been sold privately

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This circa 1800 farm complex retains its original exterior character and features. Farm group. Farm house, 2-storey, with abutting 2 bay extension to west, east stable block, and various outbuildings to south.

Farm house: Roadside (north) elevation: 3 bay, slate roof with corniced rendered chimneys. Random rubble stone construction with painted render. Original 12 pane (6/6) sashes without horns. Timber door. Front garden with rubble granite wall, with dressed copings. South elevation: 5 bay, random rubble construction with pierre perdu mortar, with exposed dressed openings to doorway. Single pane (1/1) sashes.

All outbuildings match with slate roofs and pierre perdu mortar.

Retains very few historic interior features. Central entrance with staircase in pine, with turned-balusters and heavy segmental newel post. 6 panel doors circa 1800. Evidence of a stone fireplace in the ground floor east room.

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