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Elmwood, St John


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Property name



Grande Route de St Jean, St John

Type of property

19th century farmhouse and converted outbuildings


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

In 1941 Eliza, now widowed,, her son John Adolphus (1903-1981) and her daughter Kathleen Ada (1902- ) were living here. John later married Kathleen Ada Gartrell (1902- ), who was still living at Elmwood when her will was registered in 1976

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Early-mid 19th century Jersey rural property retaining original features and character. Five-bay, two-storey house, with two-bay, tw0-storey wing to the south and single storey, three-bay wing to the north, set back from the road with a formal garden frontage.

Various farm and outbuildings form a square courtyard to the rear of the house. Variously altered during conversion to residential.

Farm buildings are of limited heritage value, but form a group with the house. Pigsties in adjoining field to the west. Stone boundary wall, iron gate on frontage.

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