Historic Jersey buildings
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Maison de Bas
Rue d'Empierre, Trinity
Type of property
19th century country house and farmstead
Sold for £5.6 million in 2021
Families associated with the property
- Poch: In 1901 farmer Philip Poch (1843- ) and his wife Harriet, nee Luce (1842- ), were living here with sons John (1871- ) and George (1878- ); and daughters Lydia (1881- ), Ada (1883- ), and Elsie (1886- ). Also in the household was Philip's sister Harriet (1835- ), a retired grocer
- PGC ♥♥ SCV 1819 - For Philippe Gruchy and Sara Marie Chevalier who married in Trinity in 1817
Historic Environment Record entry
A well proportioned early-mid 19th century Jersey rural house and farm complex containing high quality buildings from different phases in good original condition. The farm, in retaining its integrity, also contributes to the scenic character of its rural setting.
Five-bay two-storey main house with four-bay, two-storey subsidiary house abutting east side. Stables, outbuildings and pigsties to the north of the main house.