Waukesha Farm

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Waukesha Farm, St Ouen

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Property name

Waukesha Farm [1]


Rue de La Devise, St Ouen

Type of property

Early 19th century farm, originally single storey


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property


18 LMC ♥ MLB 02 - For Jean Hacquoil and Marie Le Ruez, both of St Ouen, who married in St Mary in 1793 [2]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Early 19th century farm group. Evidence that this was originally a single storey house with a second storey added some years later. Confirmation of this is gained by examining the facade and east gable.

The well-proportioned house demonstrates the skill of the stonemasons of the time in matching an additional top storey to the existing single storey building.

Farm group. Main house with rear stables and outbuildings.

The interior is much altered and all original features have been greatly altered. The fireplaces have been recently rebuilt. The arched niche window beside the fireplace (ground floor east) is a reused item recently installed. It is from an unknown location, although appears local and medieval.

Notes and references

  1. Waukesha is a city in Wisconsin, USA. We have been unable to find out how the Jersey farm acquired this name
  2. We have been unable to place them in any of our Hacquoil trees
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