Historic Jersey buildings
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Charrieres de Bonne Nuit, St John
Type of property
19th century country house
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Hamelin: In 1941 Sydney John Hamelin (1912- ), his wife Hilda Grace, nee de La Mare (1910- ) and their children, Michael John (1934- ) and Roger Arthur (1940- ) were living here
- 1776 - no initials, on wellhead
Historic Environment Record entry
Mid-late 19th century rural house, retaining original interior and exterior features and character, with 18th century wellhead.
Two-storey, three-bay detached house, large extension across rear. Pitched slate roof, rendered corniced chimneys at ends in ashlar effect, cresting.
Rubble granite wellhead at front of house, with capstone inscribed 1776.
Two rooms wide, single pile, central hall and dog leg staircase to first floor with mahogany turned balusters. Few other surviving features, except deep timber skirting in most rooms, four-panel doors with moulded surrounds in main rooms, 19th century fireplaces in two first floor rooms. Attic a single space.