St Clair (East)

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Historic Jersey buildings

St Clair, St Lawrence


The St Lawrence posties must get very confused because the properties in sequence on the north side of Ruelle de St Clair are Maison St Clair, St Clair, St Clair Cottage, St Clair Dower House, St Clair Farm, and St Clair all with the same postcode. This page focuses on what we will distinguish as St Clair (East).

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Property name

St Clair


Ruelle de St Clair, St Lawrence

Type of property

19th century farm


  • St Clair was sold for £500,000 in 2004, but it is not known whether it was this property or the other of the same name further west in Ruelle de St Clair [1]

Families associated with the property

Because of the confusion over property names it has not been possible positively to identify any families living here


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

An early 19th century farmhouse, with 18th century origins, retaining some historical features and character. Property appears on the Richmond Map. Alterations early 19th century, datestone 1824.

Five-bay, two-storey house. Five-bay, single storey farm range to east, and three-bay, two-storey extension to west, further extended and remodelled.

Notes and references

  1. They do not appear in the latest almanac, nor in HER, but there are transactions listed for St Clair Villa and Clairmont between 2004 and 2018
  2. Not PHM EM as shown in HER
  3. We have not found a marriage record for Pierre and Jane, nor have we been able to connect them to Pierre and Elizabeth
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