Historic Jersey buildings
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L'Etacq, St Ouen
Type of property
Farm group with 18th century origins
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Mauger: In 1901 widow Elizabeth Ann Mauger, nee Hounsell (1843- ) was farming here living with her daughter Ada Briard Mauger (1878- )
- 17 IBH ELR 38 - This datestone has not been recorded other than in the HER report and has not been interpreted. However, marriage records in our database suggest that the stone is for Jean Bailhache and Elizabeth Le Ruez, who married in St Ouen in 1711. Both Jean and Elizabeth were from l'Etacq families
Historic Environment Record entry
Farm group with early 18th century origins, and later 19th century alterations and additions, retaining historic character and features.
This collection of farm buildings occupies a very important scenic location. The main house has an Italianate appearance, which is unusual in a coastal context. The west outbuilding is probably all that is left of the original 18th century farm, the main house and extensions being rebuilt circa 1840.
Probable upgrading of the building including the rendering in the Italianate style circa 1880.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.