Historic Jersey buildings
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Grande Route des Sablons, Grouville
Type of property
18th century cottage
Sold for £250,000 in 2013
Families associated with the property
- Mourant: The 1881 census shows annuitant Joshua Mourant (1839- ), with income from farm rents, living here with his wife Sarah, nee Mourant, and her mother Martha
- Fry: In 1941 Percival Fry (1896- ), his wife Dorothy Lucy, nee Desborough (1892- ) and their daughter Marlene Lucy (1937- ) were living here. The couple married in Grouville in 1935. Percival, married as Percy, was born in Bristol, the son of George William Fry
- Gallichan: Also at the property in 1941 were George John Gallichan (1869- ) and his wife Lydia, nee Le Gresley (1867- )
Historic Environment Record entry
Cottage with mid-18th century origins, retaining original features and historic character, of a single-storey type characteristic of the St Clement and Grouville coastal area. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Four-bay, single storey cottage with adjoining wings to the east, and forming an L-shape on the west.