Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue des Fosses a Mortier, St Brelade
Type of property
Mid-19th century country house
Sold for £1.7 million in 2013
Families associated with the property
- Le Montais: In 1901 farmer John de Lecq Le Montais (1851- ) and his wife Elizabeth, nee Le Masurier (1850- ) were living here with their daughters Ann Elizabeth (1877- ), a music teacher; Lilian de Lecq (1879- ), a school teacher; Harriette (1883- ) a dressmaker; and Zoe (1893- ); and their son De Lecq (1885- ) who worked on the farm with his father
- Lucas: Clifford Lucas (1897- ) and his wife Maud, nee Cabot (1902- ) were living here in 1941 with their sons Brian Clifford (1925- ) and Donald Charles (1929- ) and Clifford's sister Elsie (1891- )
Historic Environment Record entry
A mid-19th century house and outbuildings, with later alterations in later 19th century style, retaining external character of rural streetscape value.
Five-bay, two-storey house with new single storey extension to the east. Farm building running north/south and single storey outbuilding to the north.