Historic Jersey buildings
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La Mare Ballam
Rue de La Mare Ballam
Type of property
19th century farm
Sold for £300,000 in 2010 
Families associated with the property
- Simon: Farmer Elie Simon (1834-1929) and his wife Eliza Sophie, nee Le Quesne (1837-1921) were living here in 1901 with their sons John (1865- ) and George (1879- ) and daughter Ada Jane (1877- )
Elie and Eliza's grandson Edgar Joshua Simon, whose will was dated 2 July 1962, lived here
Historic Environment Record entry
Early-mid 19th century farmstead. The farmhouse retains its historic character with good quality stonework, emulating Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character.
Two-storey five-bay farmhouse and attached outbuildings in U-shape. Dressed granite chimneys; front elevation, dressed granite with small stones in contrasting colour between ashlar blocks. Lower wing to left. West range running north from north-west side of house comprises cottage to south and barn to north, barn returns again to the east as north range around a small yard open to the east.
Notes and references
- ↑ It is unlikely that this was the whole of the property