Maison Herault

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Maison Herault, St Brelade


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Maison Herault was a Second Register hotel in 1964

Property name

Maison Herault

Location

Le Boulevard, St Aubin

Type of property

St Aubin's Harbour merchant's house

Valuations

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Families associated with the property

The 1901 census shows Charles Bertram Messervy (1832- ) and his wife Leila Mirian, nee Cooke (1845- ) living here with a cook and housemaid. Charles was Chief of the Bonds for HM Customs

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Important 17th/18th century merchant house with essential exterior fabric and features surviving. Prominent location overlooking St Aubin's harbour.

Important as part of terrace of similar merchant houses set back along southwest side of Le Boulevard. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

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