Historic Jersey buildings
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Le Hurel Farm
- Le Hurel Cottage, believed to be part of the property converted to residential use
Ruette Pinel, St Lawrence
Type of property
19th century farm group
Le Hurel Cottage sold for £409,000 in 2008, £750,000 in 2010 and £845,000 in 2018
Families associated with the property
- Le Gros, recorded on the 1802 datestone and in 1941 Francis George Le Gros (1916- ), his wife Emma Marette, nee Rondel (1913- ) and their daughter Doreen Emma were living here.
- Baudains - Occupation records also show that Harold Edward Baudains (1904- ), his wife Helene Mary, nee Le Chanu (1905- ) and their sone Donald Edward were living here in 1941
- ILG SRD 1802 - For Jean Le Gros and Susanne Rondel, who married in 1799
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farmstead of early 19th century origins, retaining historic character and some original features. Earlier property shown on the same site on the 1795 Richmond Map.
Former farm group, comprising five-bay, two-storey house with two-bay wing on the west side; a 1½ storey outbuilding range along the southeast side of the yard; and a single-storey bakehouse on the western side.