Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue de La Sente, Grouville
Type of property
19th century farm
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Labey: In 1941 Arthur George Labey (1881- ), his wife Ethelwyn, nee Falle (1895- ), her mother Alice Ann Falle (1870- ) and Arthur and Ethelwyn's children, Roy Edwin (1932- ), Jill Rosemary (1934- ), Henry William (1934- ) and Anne Berenice (1935- ) were living here.
Historic Environment Record entry
This farmhouse retains its late 19th century historic characteristics. Its farm group still retains its integrity and contributes to the rural setting.
A building is shown on this site on the Richmond map of 1795.
The present house has been altered in the late 19th century to give it its dominant character of render and windows at present. There has been extensive 21st century development.
Two-storey with attic, five-bay farmhouse with extra matching bay to west and single storey wing to east.
Single storey 21st century timber building running south from east wing. 21st century brick and timber stable blocks to east.
Detached barn to west.
Central entrance, passage through to rear. Single pile, connecting through to wings. Stair has mahogany turned balusters, newel and handrail running to attic. Newel has metal button marked 1889 (Ph De St. Croix?). Fireplace with timber beam in ground floor east room.