Historic Jersey buildings
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Grande Route de St Jean
Type of property
19th century farm
Sold for £840,000 in 2002
Families associated with the property
- Picot: In 1901 retired farmer Jean Picot (1846- ) and his wife Ann, nee Le Sueur (1846- ) were living here with their son John (1879- ), a chemist's assistant; and daughters Marguerite (1881- ), a schoolmistress; Amy (1882- ), a milliner; Bessie (1884- ), a dressmaker's apprentice; and Lucille (1885- ) a school teacher
- Feron: In 1941 Francis John Feron (1891- ) and his daughters Roselle Irene (1929- ) and Amelia Esperance Kelland, nee Feron (1919- ), and her husband Arthur Rodney Kelland (1918- ), were living here
- ICB 1691 - Probably for Cabot
Historic Environment Record entry
Mid-late 19th century farmstead with house and rear farm range, set prominently with long drive, and walled garden in front, and many original features surviving.
Earlier origins as site occupied in 1795 Richmond map.
Farmhouse and outbuildings to rear, to south walled forecourt and beyond this a walled garden.
Long drive from Rue du Douet to east.