Historic Jersey buildings
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Route de L'Étacq, St Ouen
The property was sold for £1 million in December 2011
Historic Environment Record entry
Single storey, four-bay house, rubble granite with chimneys to north and south gables. Stone fireplaces in hall and parlour appear of 17th century date. Refurbished.
Outbuilding, probably stable/store, 1600s. Single-bay, single-storey with loft and steeply pitched roof with raised verges. Thick walls of rubble granite. South facing gable has central doorway with straight-topped lintel, above which is single loft window with six-stone surround of 17th century pattern.
Small window opening on either side of building. The building retains its 17th century external form and has had little alteration. Two roof lights and glass tiles added to provide light to the interior. Interior is single room with loft accessed via modern stair ladder. Variety of floor beams with standard width floorboards. Early timber window lintel incorporated into gable wall above 17th century loft window.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.