Historic Jersey buildings
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- Beech Side
- Black Butter Cottage
- 2 Beechside
Grande Route de Rozel
Type of property
19th century farmhouse
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Germain: The 1901 census shows farmer Louisa Germain, nee Noel (1860- ), widow of John Thomas, who died in 1891, living here with her son John (1888- ) and daughter Elsie (1890- )
- Gicquel: In 1941 Clifford James Gicquel (1907- ), his wife Doris Jane, nee Le Cocq (1906- ) and their children Neville James, Keith Le Cocq, Maisie Mary, Dulsie Doris, Delilah, Geoffrey Clifford and Percival Charles were living here
Historic Environment Record entry
A mid-19th century Jersey farmhouse, with historic features remaining. Together with its outbuildings, it forms an integral part of the grouping of buildings around Rozel Camping Park. Previously used as a school.
Two-storey, three-bay house with single storey wing to south which has curved parapet.
One of outbuildings is a rare survivor of an early 17th century cottage, now called Black Butter Cottage. Although a recent renovation removed much of the original internal fabric, its significance is still enhanced by the brick oven.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.