Manor Farm, St P

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Manor Farm, St Peter


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There are several properties called Manor Farm in Jersey, and they are usually associated with one of the major manor houses. This farm is only a short distance, across fields and one public road, from La Hague Manor and it is an inevitable assumtion that the two were connected. This seems to be confirmed by 1941 records of the Ecobichon family living at La Hague Manor Farm

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Property name

Manor Farm

Other names

Manor Farm Cottage

Location

Rue du Manoir, St Peter

Type of property

18th century farm with 16th century origins

Valuations

No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Ecobichon: In 1941 Alexandre Ecobichon (1913- ), Victorine Marie Ecobichon (1907- ), Augustine Ecobichon (1915- ) and Elise Louise Ecobichon (1918- ) were living at La Hague Manor Farm. It is believed that they were siblings, children of Mathurin and Victorine Ecobichon, who were both born in France.

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A good example of an historic farm group, 18th century with 16th century origins, retaining character and original features.

This farm group is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. It is considered to originate in the late 16th century with the tourelle being rebuilt in the 18th century and the south elevation refronted.

Two-storey, five-bay farmhouse with adjoining barn to east, returning north in L shape. Detached single storey outbuildings to south west. Detached single storey barn to south east. Detached single storey, three-bay cottage on north boundary.

Barn has slate roof with open cupola, with ogee lead roof, over throughway.

Old Jersey Houses

Not included, despite property's 16th century origins and a rebuilt tourelle

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