Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue des Champs, St Saviour
Type of property
19th century farm building
Sold for £262,500 in 2010; £480,000 in 2016 and £600,000 in 2017
Families associated with the property
- Le Lievre: In 1901 farmer John Le Lievre (1844- ) and his wife Elizabeth Jane, nee Bisson (1858- ) were living here with their children Elizabeth Mary (1883- ), Alice (1888- ), John (1890- ), Francis (1891- ), Amelia (1892- ) and Annie (1897- ), as well as Elizabeth Jane's brother Elias Bisson (1860- ), who was working on the farm
- Goubert: In 1941 Edmund Theophile Goubert (1900- ), his wife Gladys, nee Grant (1909- ) and their children Bernard Grant Goubert (1937- ), George Francis (1938- ) and Edmund Charles (1940- ) were living here
Historic Environment Record entry
Early-mid 19th century farm buildings retaining historic character and some original features, with early 17th century porch post.
Single storey range of adjoining five-bay and four-bay cottages perpendicular to the road, with single storey outbuildings and pigsty forming a courtyard to the north.
Unusual survival of porch post - once used as gatepost - chamfered with triangular chamfer stops and the date 1639 carved into it.