Historic Jersey buildings
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Mont Fallu, St Peter
Type of property
Mid-19th century cottage ornee
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Feuvre: Four Le Feuvre siblings, none of whom married, were living at Oak Walk when they made their wills: The Rev Philip Alfred Le Feuvre, vice-Dean (1886); Anne Eliza Le Fevre (1889), Louisa Maria Le Fevre (1905), Ellen Mary Le Feuvre (1918). In 1901 the occupants were the Le Feuvre sisters Anne (1833- ), Louisa (1834- ), Ellen (1836- ) and Jane (1837- )
- Balleine: The property was owned in 1849 by Francois Balleine. He left it in his will to his daughter Anne Elizabeth, but she died three years before him and Oak Walk passed to her eldest son, the Rev Philip Le Feuvre (above)
Historic Environment Record entry
Mid-19th century house linked to a rare example in Jersey of a Cottage Ornee, retaining historic features and character. It sits well in the landscape framed by the southern boundary wall and gateway.
The house and 1837 Cottage Ornee are shown on the Godfray Map of 1849 under the name of F Balleine. Two-storey, five-bay house with later 19th century extension, abutting to south east connecting to Cottage Ornee (circa 1837) at south end. 1960s extensions to west, north, porchway on east and first floor link to octagon.