Historic Jersey buildings
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Route des Issues, St John
Type of property
Early 20th century rural house built with a variety of granite
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
Historic Environment Record entry
Early 1900s rural house retaining original exterior features and character, utilising an unusually wide variety of stone. House circa 1900-1914.
The use of different coloured granites is of particular interest. A Mr Hacquoil married a Miss Sarre , whose family at the time worked and owned the Mont Mado Quarry, and the house is a good example of the various colours of stone quarried at the time.
Two-storey, three-bay house, single storey wing to east, small single storey wing to west.
Old Jersey Houses
Notes and references
- ↑ Probably John Hacquoil and Nancy Sarre, who married in St Mary in 1890