Historic Jersey buildings
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- 1 Beachleigh Cottages
- 2 Beachleigh Cottages
Greve d'Azette, St Clement
Type of property
Two semi-detached single-storey cottages
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Feuvre: In his 1922 will Henry Le Feuvre, then living at Roseville Street, left 1 Beachleigh Cottages to his son Max Le Feuvre and No 2 to his daughter Nancy Le Feuvre 
Historic Environment Record entry
A pair of circa 1904 single-storey, three-bay cottages which retain their external historic form and contribute to streetscape character; continuing the traditional single-storey cottage form historically characteristic of the St Clement and Grouville coastal area. Mid-terrace, set back from road.
No 1: The back wall is now an interior wall that is part of a new extension at the back. The whole property is set back from the road with front car parking space. Old staircase removed and direction has been changed. On ground floor one original fireplace with cast iron fire grate. Two further original fireplaces on first floor.
No 2: Timber door is a replacement.
Notes and references
- ↑ We have not been able to link Henry to any of our numerous farmily trees but we have established that he was the son of Philippe Le Feuvre (1922- ) of St Helier, who married Elizabeth Blampied (1827- ) daughter of Josue, a butcher. Philippe was the son of merchant Jean Le Feuvre (1785- ) and Elizabeth Chevalier. Jea wa the son of aother Jean Le Feuvre, who married Jeanne Le Gros in St Helier in 1782