La Sarsonnerie, St B

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La Sarsonnerie, St Brelade


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Property name

La Sarsonnerie


Rue de la Valeuse, St Brelade

Type of property

19th century seaside house


Sold for £1,450,000 in 2009

Families associated with the property

  • Hughes: In 1901 a retired underwriter from England, John Hughes (1846- ) was living here with his Welsh wife Elizabeth (1849- )
  • Balleine: Inherited by historian, the Rev George Balleine in 1938 from his uncle Francois

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A substantial and unusual late 19th century house, which retains historic character with details typical of late Victorian Jersey seaside architecture.

Asymmetric ensemble of stucco buildings. Gabled roof, two-storey square and rectangular buildings with two single-storey wings on the ground floor.

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