Historic Jersey buildings
If you own this property, have ancestors who lived here, or can provide any further information and photographs, please contact us through email@example.com
These two properties are modern buildings on land previously part of the property
- Hort del Sola - 1 Les Pallieres
- Soufriere - 2 Les Pallieres
Rue des Pallieres, St Ouen
Type of property
18th century farm
Sold for £605,000 in 2002, £850,000 in 2006 and £700,000 in 2008
Families associated with the property
It is not clear from 1941 registrations which families were living her and which across the road at Les Pallieres Farm. Earlier census returns suggest that the Godels were at Les Pallieres, but even in 1901 full addresses were not given
- Godel: Registered at 'Les Pallieres' in 1941 were Herbert Pinel Godel (1903- ), his wife Alice Louisa, nee Cabot (1900- ) and their son Kenneth John (1928- ). Herbert and Alice were married in Trinity in 1927. He wasthe son of John Philip Godel and Alice Jane, nee Pinel, of St Lawrence. This is not the same Godel family as shown living close to Les Pallieres in the 1901 census.
Historic Environment Record entry
18th century farm group with mid-19th century outbuildings and rare 17th century attached rear wing. It is likely the rear half of a 17th century house survives behind a refronted south facade.
This building retains historic character and features. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
The unusual rear service wing appears to be of 17th century date and, therefore, pre-dates the rebuilding of the refronted main house. It may have enclosed or replaced the original tourelle stair to upper levels but without a full survey its original function remains unknown - it now serves as a kitchen.
Main house with west and east extensions; rear extension and service wing; stable/outbuilding and pigsties north of main house.