Historic Jersey buildings
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Le Bas Fosse
La Fontaine Cottage 
Route des Cotils, Grouville
Type of property
1972 house - a rare, recent listed building
Sold for £408,000 in 2021
Families associated with the property
- 19 AKL RPMP 69 - this stone is believed to feature the designers of the house - RP for Robert (Bob) Paton and MP for Malcolm Peck and Partners. The AKL has not been interpreted
Historic Environment Record entry
This 1970s house is a rare, good example of its type in Jersey. It is a cleverly designed house maximising the small, steep site with consideration for orientation and views.
The internal functions are reflected in the external massing and the public and private elevations are clearly expressed.
The use of materials externally and internally, and their detailing, are a good example of the period. Internally original details such as the door frames, stair and cupboards are retained.
Design of the external spaces works in conjunction with and detailing is consistent with the building. 1972. Designed by client Bob Paton, design realised by Malcom Peck and Partners, project architect Derek Mason.
First metric brick house in Jersey.
Detached, two storey with one and a half storey entrance wing. Pitched roof with clerestory on southwest ridge, fibre cement slates, pvc gutters, brick chimney on southwest wall; flat roof behind brick parapet on entrance wing.
Living space is open to roof with exposed purlins and ties; chimney breast is exposed brick.
Notes and references
- ↑ This previous name is shown in the record of the 2021 sale, but the property bears no resemblance to other houses of this name offered for sale in the same area