Mont au Roux

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Mont au Roux, St Brelade


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Property name

Mont au Roux

Other names

  • Mont au Roux Farm
  • Mont au Roux Cottage
  • Mont au Roux House
  • Mont au Roux Villa - as shown in the 1901 census. Almost certainly the same property
  • Mont au Roux Lodge [1]


Rue du Bocage, St Brelade

Type of property

Farm with 18th century origins


  • Mont au Roux Cottage was sold for £345,000 in 2002 and £580,000 in 2008
  • Mont au Roux Farm was sold for £725,000 in 2006; £1,450,000 in 2008; £2,030,000 in 1010
  • Mont au Roux House was sold for £1,950,000 in 2021

Families associated with the property

  • Le Touzel
  • Seale
  • Grant: In 1901 a retired executive engineer in the Indian Public Works Department, Alexander Grant (1859- ), born in the Bahamas, was living here with his wife Georgina (1869- ), nee Dobree, born in India, and their sons Alexander (1895- ) also born in India, George (1898- ), born in Jersey, and daughter Emily (1900- ) born in Jersey. The family had two domestic servants
  • Le Montais: Arthur Dumaresq Le Montais (1903- ) and his wife Ada, née Eaton (1900- ) were living here in 1941


  • ILT MLT 1710 - For Jean and Marie Le Touzel, both born in France and married in St Brelade in 1704
  • JLT ♥ RGF 1799 - For Joshua Le Touzel [2] and Rachel Giffard, married in St Brelade in 1771
  • 18 JA SEALE 80 - For John Alfred Seale

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A substantial farm group with a Georgian style 19th century frontage to an earlier house, and late 19th century dower wing, 18th century or earlier farm buildings. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Five-bay, two-storey house with three-bay dower wing on the south. Farm buildings, mainly converted to residential use, form a small yard on the south side with carriage entrance into a second yard with pigsties on the west.

Elliptical brick arch carriage entrance.

Notes and references

  1. There are references to the Lodge in Occupation records but it is not clear whether it was part of this property
  2. Grandson of the above
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