Le Vier Mont

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Le Vier Mont, St Ouen


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Property name

Le Vier Mont


Vier Mont, St Ouen

Type of property

Rural house with medieval origins


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Rural house of early origins, retaining historic character and features. The house, although altered in the 18th century, bears the appearance of an important medieval house of three-cell form.

This building is of historical importance as an early example of a Jersey farm house, certainly 18th century with origins circa 16th century or possibly earlier medieval origins. Shown on the Richmond map of 1795.

Long farmhouse range, with rear lean-to service extension. Dressed stone chimneys with thatch drip-stones, dressed stone verge on west gable. 20th century rough-cast finish with raised render openings.

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Despite its antiquity, this house is not included in either volume

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