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Manoir de St Ouen 
Rue du Manoir, St Ouen
Type of property
Late 19th century farm
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- De Carteret: Manor Farm was built for Edward Charles Malet de Carteret, Seigneur of St Ouen, in 1879.
1879 - Arch keystone with de Carteret arms
Historic Environment Record entry
A good example of a late 19th century farm complex, retaining external historic character and features in traditional vernacular style, with stonework of high quality.
The house incorporates elements influenced by vernacular design such as an arched doorway with carved heraldic shield and raised stone verges to the roof, combined with later 19th century features. Main house with east dower wing, a modern single storey west extension, north barns, stables, outbuildings and pigsties forming a courtyard with modern extensions.
Rusticated squared stone construction with dressed openings, arched entrance - its keystone with 1879 below a shield with the family De Carteret arms
Internally there is a late Victorian staircase and some four-panel doors surviving from the 1870s.
Old Jersey Houses
Not included. The reference in Vol One to Manor Farm, St Ouen is for Manor Farm, Vinchelez
Notes and references
- ↑ This alternative name is suggested by HER, but it seems highly unlikely that the Seigneur of St Ouen, living in the manor house, would have had a farm built nearby and given it this name