Historic Jersey buildings
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Greenhills Country Hotel
Route de l'Aleval, St Peter
Type of property
17th century house converted into hotel
Despite the importance of the property, no attempt appears to have been made to decipher the datestones
- AMP SIM 
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine example of a 17th century Jersey house with a rare unaltered facade. Internally it retains some historic features. This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. It is considered to date from the early 17th century.
Old Jersey Houses
Despite suggesting that this is the best example in Jersey of an untouched 17th century facade, the author only includes a brief entry in Volume One, mentioning the round arch, roof, chimney stacks and datestones.
Notes and references
- ↑ The datestone register records this as AMP SDM. There clearly has been some difficulty in deciphering the stone. If the AMP is actually AMS, it could relate to Abraham Messervy, who married Susaine du Maresq, in St Martin in 1601. The datestone register does not have a photograph of the stone