Historic Jersey buildings
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Le Bourg Farm
Grand Bourg, Grouville
Type of property
18th century farmhouse
Sold for £595,000 in 2003
Families associated with the property
- Quintaine: The 1881 census shows Frenchman Frederic Quintaine (1842- ) living here and farming 20 acres. With him were his wife Elizabeth (1851- ) and children Anna (1868- ), ALice (1872- ), Celina (1877- ), Elizabeth (1878- ) and Frederic (1879- )
- Turner: In 1941 Harold George Turner (1891- ), his wife May Blanche, nee Grove (1897- ), and their children Belza Althea (1923- ), Lillian Violet (1924- ), Edith Mary (1926- ) and Stanley Harold (1927- ) were living here
- PSM 1716 - For Pierre Simon
Historic Environment Record entry
This attractive early 18th century farmhouse, with its unaltered front facade, still retains its character internally and externally while contributing to its rural streetscape. An historic development can be seen in the panelling, stair and doors. The building is shown on the Richmond map of 1795.
Original farmhouse (two-storey, four-bay) with south wing ending with throughway abutting adjacent property. North barn wing terminating in lean-to. Parallel to west is small detached outhouse.