Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue Coutanche, Trinity
Type of property
19th century farm group
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Picot: In 1901 farmer John Picot (1856- ) was living here with his wife Annie, nee Mauger (1855- ) and son Gordon Mauger (1891-1969) and daughter Lilian Annie (1893- ). In the dower wing John's sisters Esther (1850- ) and Margaret (1852- ) were living together
In 1941 Gordon Mauger Picot (1891- ), his wife Doris May, nee Amy (1889- ) and their children Kathleen Margaret (1916- ), Enid Lily (1918- ) and John Gordon (1922- ) were living here
- Pinel: Also living at Hauteville in the 1940s were Clarence Alfred Pinel (1923- ) and his wife Simonne Marie, nee Le Gallou (1918- ). In 1944 Clarence Pinel was accused by the Germans of theft of coal
Historic Environment Record entry
An early-mid 19th century farm group retaining original features and integrity as a group. Three-bay, two-storey main house with cottage perpendicular to it at the rear and L-shape two-storey farm buildings forming a small enclosed yard with curved wall entrance. Further outbuildings/ farm buildings behind yard.
Bell tower on south end of outbuilding. Two elliptical arches, one to carriage entrance. Converted to residential use. Pump and trough in yard.