Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue des Bonnes Femmes
Type of property
18th century farmhouse
The property, including land, was sold for £2.1 million in 2013
Families associated with the property
There are many records at Jersey Archive for families living at La Robeline, but it is difficult to determine which of the three properties of this name are related to which record
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farm group retaining historic character and features. The main house is of fine quality along with the barn, extensions, pigsties and detached southern outbuilding. The complex contributes to the scenic rural lane.
Main house constructed circa 1780 and shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Main house with east L-shaped stable block; west service extension; detached south outbuilding and boulangerie; rear, north barn/pigsties.
Squared, dressed stone construction with dressed openings. The facade is constructed of bright orange/ochre colour ashlars, the openings are distinguished by a darker grey stone, giving great contrast.
Detached east/west building to south: small stone construction with a rebate (for the door), remains of a stone fireplace circa 1680, three chamfered timber beams (with bark still remaining) one has a fork-shaped end, small early windows (one blocked) and a stone-floor. Boulangerie: the bread oven still in situ (in poor condition).
Old Jersey Houses
This is the only one of the three La Robelines not mentioned in either volume