Historic Jersey buildings
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Grande Rue, St Mary 
Type of property
17th century house with earlier origins
Sold for £900,000 in 2004 and for £2.2 million in 2021 after being offered for £2,375,000 in 2020
- 1690 EBB ANS not included in the datestone register and not yet interpreted
Historic Environment Record entry
An unusual combination of mid-19th century and 17th century 3-bay houses which retain exterior character. The houses display Jersey’s vernacular tradition in the use of local materials and details, whilst emulating Georgian fashion.
The building was extensively renovated and altered in the late 20th century. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Linear range comprising mid-19th century house to east with smaller 17th century house to west. 20th century extension and single storey garage to north east.
The ground floor windows to the 17th century section are set within the remains of chamfered openings, suggesting an early origin for the building.
Notes and references
- ↑ This page previously contained a description and some photographs of Le Picachon, St Martin. These elements have now been separated