Manor Farm

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Manor Farm, St Martin


There are farms associated with several of Jersey's main manor houses. This one in St Martin is close to Rosel Manor, but we have been unable to discover whether it was linked to the manor or under separate ownership. It does not appear ever to have been known as Rosel Manor Farm. Rosel Manor Home Farm, which was occupied by the Becquet family in 1941 appears to be a different farm closer to the Manor house

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Property name

Manor Farm


Rue des Mares, St Martin

Type of property

Farm with 15th century origins


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Le Seelleur: In 1941 John Thomas Le Seelleur (1898- ) and his wife Violet May (1908- ) were living here with their son John Alexandre (1927- ) and daughter Ruby (1937- )


  • 17 RBD 11 - not interpreted. Likely to be for Badier or Baudains

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This is a cohesive farm group developed from the the 15th century. The farmhouse is a good example of a developing 17-18th century facade with chamfered openings and accolade lintels. This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Two-storey five-bay farmhouse with two-storey west and northwest wingsa. Single storey, detached line of outbuildings to east.

Old Jersey Houses

Not included despite the undoubted age of the property

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