Historic Jersey buildings
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Les Marais Cottages
Route de Beaumont, St Peter
Type of property
- No 1 sold for £475,000 in 2016 and £707,000 in 2021
- No 2 sold for £250,000 in 2019
- No 3 sold for £427,500 in 2008
Families associated with the property
- Faramus: Hairdresser Charles Faramus, known as Anthony, who lived at Le Marais Cottages, found himself in trouble several times for various offences during the Occupation. The first was as a result of the handing out of propaganda material. His sentence for this was one month imprisonment and six months hard labour. Following further altercations with the German forces, he was deported to France in December 1940. He spent over four years in two different prison camps in Germany, during which time he contracted pneumonia, diphtheria and gangrene in the leg.
- Jegou: In 1942 Cyril Walter Jegou (1913- ) was living at No 2 with his first wife Germaine Adrienne, nee Poulain (1907- ) and their children Margaret Ann (1937- ) and Denis Peter (1942- )
Historic Environment Record entry
A pair of cottages  of early origins, contributing to the roadside setting and streetscape.
This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. It is considered to have possible 15th century origins, it was re-fronted in 1690.
No 1 was reduced in width when the road was built.
Two dwellings each two-storey; west house three bays; east house two bays.
Old Jersey Houses
Not included in either volume, despite early origins
Notes and references
- ↑ Property transactions show three cottages, the third probably the building at right angles to the pair