La Ferme

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La Ferme, St Ouen


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Property name

La Ferme


Rue du Nord, St Ouen

Type of property

Historic farm group


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  • 1741 ALR - Not deciphered [1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

An historic farm group of early origins, displaying an unusual pattern of development. Retains historic character and features.

The unusual survival of the 17th century detached laverie/boulangerie greatly increases its interest. Although the main house has been refronted (circa 1780) the appearance of the angle stones of enormous length in the south east gable and counterpoise stones at first floor level give the impression that at its core this building is 17th century or possibly late medieval.

Laverie/boulangerie circa 1650. Gabled outshot circa 1780. Lateral outshot circa 1800. Stable circa 1880. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Main farmhouse: two-storey, four-bay, with west wing, north stable, outshot, and a once detached laverie/boulangerie now joined to main house with a gabled outshot plus various other outbuildings south of main house.

Further range of farm buildings to south.

Notes and references

  1. Not listed in Datestone Register or Old Jersey Houses
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