Historic Jersey buildings
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- September Cottage
- Barley Cottage
- Acorn Cottage
Route du Nord, St John
Type of property
18th century farm group divided into four residences
- 1 Meadow View sold for £1,070,000 in 2003
- 3 Meadow View sold for £610,000 in 2011
- September Cottage (No 4) sold for £395,000 in 2014
Families associated with the property
- Le Boutillier
- Du Val: In 1941 Stanley John Duval (1902- ), his wife Ethel Maud, nee Godel (1897-1941) their son Donald John (1933- ) and daughter Iris Maud (1928- ) were living here. Ethel Maud died later in the year and her Occupation registration card was destroyed
- Du Feu: In 1901 farmer John du Feu (1851- ) and his wife Ann Lydia (1847- ) were living here with their children Lydia (1873- ), Stanley Dallain (1875- ) and Ada Lydia (1878- ). We have not been able to find Ann Lydia's maiden name nor place the family in any of our du Feu trees.
In 1941 son Stanley had taken over the family home and was living with his wife Alice, nee Du Val (1875- ) and his sister Lydia
- Mourant: And also living here in 1941 were Arthur Francis Mourant (1919- ) and his wife Doris Florence Annie, nee Milon (1917- )
- ILB AAM 1804 - For Josué Le Boutillier and Anne Amy, who married in 1798
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farm group with early origins, in an important position near St. John’s Church. The buildings retains their historic proportions and character. The walled path running along the north side of the churchyard originally led from Meadow View before the road was built.
Buildings shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Early 19th century alterations included doubling in plan depth circa 1830. Mid-late 19th century farm range. Principal farm house two-storey, five-bay, with lean-to to west. Range of former outbuildings to rear. East of arched throughway is September Cottage; west of throughway is Barley Cottage; further west is Acorn Cottage.
Meadow View retains its historic plan form. Historic features of interest are the stair with painted, turned balusters, handrail ending in swan neck; and the ground floor room with reconstructed corbelled granite fireplace with timber lintel - one corbel carved.
Outbuildings incorporate a re-used 17th century porch pillar.
Old Jersey Houses
Not included in either volume