St Clair Farm

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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

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Property name

St Clair Farm


Ruelle de St Clair, St Lawrence

Type of property

19th century farm


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Rabaste: In 1941 Frank Peter Marie Rabaste (1919- ) and Louisa Mary Rabaste, nee Eveillard (1890- ) were living here

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A farm group with good survival of original late 19th century features and integrity as a farm group from this period. Possible earlier origins to main house as indicated by alteration to rear window. Five-bay, two-storey farmhouse with three-bay, two-storey dower wing to the east. Two-storey farm building runs north/south to the north of the house, alongside outbuildings immediately behind the house.

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