Maison du Havre

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Maison du Havre, St John


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Property name

Maison du Havre


Bonne Nuit, St John

Type of property

Fisherman's Cottage


Sold for £675,000 in 2017

Families associated with the property

  • Remon: A perpetual lease of the property from George Remon, son of Josue, to Jean Remon, son of Thomas, for the sum of 11 quartiers 7 cabots of wheat, 3 poules, and 30 eggs of rente was registered in 1847.
  • Cabeldu: A contract of sale of the property by Marie Susanne Le Source, daughter of Thomas, to Jean Cabeldu, son of Jean, for the sum of 11 quartiers 7 cabots of wheat 3 poules and 30 eggs of rente and £153 16 shillings was registered in 1859

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A coastal 'fisherman's cottage', with some surviving historic features, and two large fireplaces internally. The cottage dates from the 1780s, although the structure of a corbelled fireplace suggests earlier origin, possibly 17th century.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Single storey with attic, five-bay, modern single storey extension to north incorporates earlier rear wall. Pitched pantile roof, formerly thatched, rendered corniced chimneys at ends, three dormers.

Most early features gone, except for large granite fireplaces in two ground floor rooms.

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