Historic Jersey buildings
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- Hopeley Cottage
Rue du Moulin de Fliquet, Mont a l'Abbe, St Helier
Type of property
Mid-19th century farm group in roadside location
No recent sales
Families associated with the property
- Le Cornu: In 1941 Arthur Philip Le Cornu (1908- ) was living here with his wife Agnes Lydie, nee Vibert (1916-1993), his mother Amelia Le Cornu, nee Allez (1881-1954) and they were joined in 1944 with the birth of son Rodney Stanley on 29 April. They later emigrated to New Zealand, but returned to Jersey
- PHB NPD 1844 - For Philippe Hubert, son of Philippe, and Nancy Poingdestre, daughter of Jean, who married in St Helier in 1841
Historic Environment Record entry
Mid-19th century farm group which retains its character, proportions and historic features. The line of houses and outbuildings contributes to the rural setting by stepping up the roadside.
Main farmhouse of Hopeley (two-storey, five-bay) sits to the east of secondary farm house, Hopeley Cottage (two-storey, three-bay). Outbuildings adjoin to the west, with throughway to yard. On north side of yard a detached two-storey barn with adjoining single storey building to east. Gable elevations to the house both have two small windows at attic level.