Historic Jersey buildings
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Ville es Normans North
Neuve Route, Trinity
Type of property
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- INM ♥ EMR 1744 - For Jean Norman and Esther Marett, who married in Trinity in 1744
- 1781 - no initials
- IPC ♥ SGC 1789 - For Jean Picot and Susanne Gruchy 
Historic Environment Record entry
Unusual survival of single storey farmstead, circa 1700s origins, which retains its historic character and many original features. Building on north side has long-and-short window surrounds suggesting earlier 18th century origin.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Unusual farm group clustered around yard, all now converted to residential. Principal farmhouse to west of yard - single storey, attic, five-bay. Steeply pitched pantile roof with 2 raking dormers, dressed granite chimneys with thatch dripstones.
Lower cottage wing to north in similar style, returns to east with central dressed granite and rubble chimney. Leads to old coach house: single storey, vehicle entrance to west.
To south of yard: detached barn, similar style to other buildings, now residential.
Old Jersey Houses
Not mentioned in either volume
Notes and references
- ↑ Although we have confirmed the couple's marriage in St John in 1768, we have not been able to place them in any of our family trees