Water Lane Farm

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Water Lane Farm, St Ouen


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Property name

Water Lane Farm


Rue a l'Eau, St Ouen

Type of property

Farm with 16th century origins


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Le Sage: In 1941 Emile Mathurin Turpin (1909- ) was living here with his sister, Adele Jullienne (1904- ), her husband Raymond Emile Le Sage (1904- ), and their children Leonard Raymond Emile (1926- ) and Dennis Raymond (1928- )


  • HML 1859 - not interpreted but possibly for Millais

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Historic farm group, with main house of early origins - circa 16th century - retaining historic character, and good quality outbuildings. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

This unusual three-bay building appears early, at least 16th century, despite having been rendered sometime in the 19th century. Its early date can be assessed by the thickness of the now rendered chimneys and the random stone construction of the unrendered west gable-end wall.

Two-storey, three-bay house with abutting east outbuilding; south barn and rear stables/outbuildings. Slate roof with substantial rendered chimneystacks. Unpainted rendered finish.

Central doorway with shallow arched head, and a half-glazed matching timber door. Un-rendered west gable with random stone construction. Abutting east outbuilding: single storey, slate roof. Pierre perdu mortar circa 1750. The rear outbuildings are of a high quality stone construction.

Old Jersey Houses

Not included in either volume despite early origins

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