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Homewood, St Brelade


This house was built at a time when St Brelade's Bay was a very quiet and sparsely inhabited area. Although now divided into two residential units, it retains substantial grounds

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Property name


Other names

The Barn, a second residential unit in former outbuildings


Mont Sohier, St Brelade's Bay. [1]

Type of property

Detached 1840 house with outbuildings in substantial grounds in the middle of St Brelade's Bay


The property, including The Barn, sold for £3.35 million in 2019

Families associated with the property

  • Le Bas: In 1941 Anna Janet Le Bas, nee Du Heaume (1871- ) widow of Frederick John Malet Le Bas, was living here

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This circa 1840 house retains its external historic character of the period, and makes a positive contribution to its rural setting against the hillside. Two-storey, three-bay house with double-pile plan. Hipped slate roof with a pair of rendered chimneys to each gable, with moulded cornices and panel decoration. Altered outbuildings and new extensions.

The rear of the property seen from Mont Gras d'Eau

Notes and references

  1. The house is actually on Mont Gras d'Eau and makes the corner with Mont Sohier. It is set at the top of a long, narrow plot and has a long pedestrian walkway down to the bay
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