La Pointe, St Mary

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La Pointe, St Mary


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Property name

La Pointe


Grande Rue, St Mary

Type of property

Single storey farmhouse and outbuildings


Sold for £845,000 in 2004 and £1,124,500 in 2012. A further sale for £1,100,000 in 2017 may have been after the division of the property

Families associated with the property

  • Le Liard: In 1941 Clara Marie Le Liard, née Rault (1903- ) was living here with her children Clarie Marie (1935- ) and Marguerite (1936- )

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Relatively unusual survival of single-storey farm group. The farmhouse, with early 17th century origins, retains its proportions and fine stonework. A building is shown on this site on the Richmond Map of 1795.

The outbuildings have been sympathetically incorporated within the group. The house emulates Georgian style but with a continuing local character. It is considered to originate from 1600, being refronted in mid-18th century.

Small farmstead. West gable hard on to road. Cottage with converted outbuildings to east, returning south, connecting with 20th century link to originally detached outbuilding to south east. Late 20th century single storey extension to west.

Old Jersey Houses

Not included despite early origins.

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