Historic Jersey buildings
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- Ivy Cottage
Rue des Landes, St Mary
Type of property
Farm dating from 17th century
No recent transactons
Families associated with the property
- Hotton: In 1901 farmer Philip Hotton (1866- ) and his wife Louisa de Caen, nee Syvret (1863- ) were living here with their children Philip (1888- ), Hilda (1891- ), Walter (1893- ) and Florence (1899- ) 
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farmstead with 17th to 19th century buildings illustrating its evolution.
The houses and outbuildings retain their individual proportions and character and, as a group, contribute to the rural setting.
The house to the west is the earlier development dating from the 17th century, that to the east is early 19th century. The two houses have been renovated and the outbuildings converted in late 20th century/early 21st century.
McCormack identifies the 17th century property as Ivy Cottage. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Old Jersey Houses
Not included, despite 17th century origins
Notes and references
- ↑ The census record does not show a household and lists Philipp and Louisa as 'son and daughter'. This was undoubtedly an enumerator's error