Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue de La Fontaine, St Peter 
Type of property
Farm group with walls which may date from the 15th century
Sold for £1,640,000 in 2017
Families associated with the property
- Le Boutillier
- Lucas: The 1901 census shows farmer Charles Lucas (1853- ) and his wife Elizabeth (Eliza) nee Amy (1855- ) living here with daughters Eva (1887- ), Lily (1890- ) and Elsie (1892- ) and son Clifford (1897- ). The family were living at La Commune, St Ouen, ten years earlier
- PLBTL ♥ DBL 1794 - For Philippe Le Boutillier and Douce Balleine
Historic Environment Record entry
This comprehensive farm group retains its historic fabric and proportions and thus contributes to the rural setting. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
The very thick gable and rear walls may date from the 15th century.
The different coloured stone elevation indicates refronting in 1794.
Old Jersey Houses
Volume Two: 'The front facade is slightly chequered in the colouring of the granite, but the shades are so harmonious that the result is delightful.'
The entry otherwise only mentions the datestone and does not reveal anything about the age of the property
Notes and references
- ↑ The property is not on Les Grupiaux, the easterly extension of Rue de La Fontaine, as shown in Old Jersey Houses