Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue Laurens, St Clement
Type of property
18th century farmhouse with 19th century additions. Now divided into three residential units
- No 1 sold for £113,820 in 2002, £615,000 in 2004, £700,000 in 2006, £1,225,000 in 2020
- No 2 sold for £385,000 in 2002, £400,000 in 2004 and £555,000 in 2010
- No 3 sold for £410,000 in 2003 and £410,000 in 2006
Families associated with the property
- Le Brun: In 1941 Francis John Le Brun (1896- ), his wife Daisy Marie, nee Quenault (1891- ) and their children Daisy Rose (1916- ), Ivy May (1919- ) and Francis George (1921- ) were living here, together with Ivy May's children Kenneth Alan Le Brun and Margaret Le Brun
Historic Environment Record entry
18th century farmhouse with mid-late 19th century farm range in linear arrangement, retaining character and some original features.
In spectacular position running along hillside overlooking village and sea. Makes considerable contribution to village scenery.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Historic farm group comprising former farmhouse (No 1) with outbuilding range to east (Nos 2 and 3)