Historic Jersey buildings
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Highfield Villas, St Saviour
Highfield - the name of the property before the conversion of the outbuildings
Highfield Lane, St Saviour
Type of property
Terrace made up of 19th century farmhouse and outbuildings converted to cottages. Five units of accommodation in total
There have not been any recent transactions which can positively be identified as relating to these properties. There is some confusion in records with nearby Highfield Vineries.
Families associated with the property
- PFV♥♥EPD 1800 - This stone is not listed by the Jersey Datestone Register. The only marriage which would fit the inscription is that of Philippe Fauvel and Elizabeth Poingdestre, both of St Saviour. They married in St Martin in 1773.
Historic Environment Record entry
Linear farm group comprising early 19th century farm house and farm building range converted into cottages. Farm house retaining original proportions and forming part of a group of farm buildings. The two bays to the east may be a later addition.