Historic Jersey buildings
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Vieux Beaumont, St Peter
Type of property
The property sold for £1,550,000 in 2009 and the same amount two years later
Families associated with the property
- Aspinall: In 1901 farmer James Aspinall (1833- ) and his wife Elizabeth (1832- ) were living here
- Vautier: The property was owned in 1911 by John Robin Vautier (1859- ) who lived there with his wife Lydia Rachel, nee Pepil (1855- ) and daughters Blanche and Clarisse. The family had previously lived at Beech Farm, also in St Peter. John and Lydia had six daughters in total.
- John was the son of master mariner and shipowner John Vautier (1830- ) and Matilda, nee Hamon. They were living in St Peter in 1861 and 1871, and then moved to St Aubin's House.
Historic Environment Record entry
Farmstead shown on the 1935 ordnance survey map. L-plan. This is not a listed building according to the record.
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