Historic Jersey buildings
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Le Hurel, St Ouen
Type of property
Working farm with 19th century origins. Main house rebuilt in 20th century. Commandeered by Germans during the Occupation
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Amette: Elsie Marie Amette, née Georgelin (1900- ) was living here in 1941
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine example of a late 19th century farm range, with nearby rare 16th century arch. Two-storey, seven-bay combination outbuilding range.
Elliptical arched carriage entrance. Farmhouse substantially rebuilt 20th century. Also of interest is archway in roadside wall - an 11-piece depressed arch in pink granite circa 1550.
The house interior was renovated in recent times, as a consequence the only original features visible are two stone fireplaces. The one in the ground floor west room is a recently reconstructed 18th century example, and that in the east room is a reconstructed 19th century type. The original timber A-frame roof survives intact.
Old Jersey Houses
There is no mention of this property, despite the existence of the roadside arch