Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue du Bechet et Cats, St John
Type of property
Mid-19th century farm
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Vesconte: In 1901 farmerPhilip Le Vesconte (1861- ) and his wife Maria Louisa, nee Huelin (1860- ) lived here with their four sons Philip (1896- ), Langston (1898- ), Cyril (1899- ) and Clifford (1900- )
In 1941 Philip Le Vesconte jnr, his wife Maud, nee Le Marquand (1897- ) and their daughter Yvonne (1935- ) were living here, together with Philip's brother Langston
- JHL 1869 MARN - For James Huelin and Marie Ann Renaut
Historic Environment Record entry
A good quality example of a 1860s Victorian farmstead which retains its historic character and high quality stonework including stone arches illustrative of the architectural fashion of the period.
A single-phase farmstead built 1869. A good example of the period with an ornamented house and imposing yard with interesting group of eponymous arches.
Farmstead comprising a two-storey three-bay house with single-storey wings to east and west, with a formal enclosed courtyard to the north formed by two-storey farm outbuildings.
The courtyard is entered from the road through an elliptical archway.