La Planque

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La Planque, Trinity


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Property name

La Planque

Other names

  • La Planque Farm
  • La Planque Farm Country Cottages (holiday rentals)


Verte Rue, Trinity

Type of property

19th century farm


Sold for £1,887,500 in 2013 and £2,760,000 in 2020, after being marketed for £2.95 million

Families associated with the property

  • Cabot
  • Mourant: In 1901 John Gregory Mourant (1850- ) and his wife Emelie, nee Le Masurier (1852- ) were living here with their son John Charles George (1876- ) and daughter Melia (1889- ) [1]


  • TCB ♥ RCB 1764 - For Thomas and Rachel Cabot [2]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

An early-mid 19th century Jersey farm group retaining some original features and character. Consisting of main house with dower wing to the east, farm buildings to the west. L shaped stables form yard at the rear of the property.

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Notes and references

  1. We have not been able to place this family in any of our Mourant trees
  2. Although we have found the record of the couple's marriage in Trinity in 1742, and the Trinity baptisms of their children Jean (1743- ), Pierre (1746- ), Rachel (1748- ) and Charles (1750), we have not been able to place them in any of our Cabot family trees. We believe that Thomas was born in 1717, the son of Philippe
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