Historic Jersey buildings
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At the junction of Rue es Picots and Rue de La Falaise, Trinity
Type of property
19th century rural house
The property sold for £634,500 in 2002
Families associated with the property
- Cabot: In 1901 Thomas Philip George Cabot (1844- ) was living here with his daughter Amanda Julia (1870- )
- SLMV over the first storey loading door in the barn 
Historic Environment Record entry
A good example of a late 19th century rural property retaining historic character and some original features. House and outbuilding. The main house has three bays and two storeys. The rendered front facade has quoins and bracketed eaves with a rendered porch and stone steps to the front door.
Rear door glazed with coloured glass margins of late 19th century style.
Notes and references
- ↑ These initials do not match any recorded Jersey family name