Millbrook Cottages

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Millbrook Cottages, St Lawrence


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Property name

Millbrook Cottages


Rue du Galet, St Lawrence

Type of property

Three single-storey cottages


  • No 1 sold for £285,000 in 2009
  • No 2 sold for £320,000 in 2009 and £368,000 in 2012

Families associated with the property

  • Riou: Frank Riou was living at 3 Millbrook Cottages when he made his will, dated 15 December 1898
  • Le Gros: There must have been a fourth cottage closer to what is now Victoria Avenue because in 1913 Philip John Le Gros, son of Philippe, sold 'a house and shop called 4 Millbrook Cottages', to the Parish of St Lawrence, represented by Constable Edward Voisin, and Procureurs du Bien Public John Coutanche and Helier John Langlois, for £400. The cottage was presumably demolished for road widening

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

An unusual row of mid-19th century single storey cottages, retaining external character and contributing to coastal streetscape character. Traditionally referred to as 'fishermens cottages'. A range of three restored single storey, three-bay cottages, one of them detached. The south cottage is unusually constructed, in Jersey, of grey stone, with brick dressings.

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