Petit Haut du Rue

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Petit Haut du Rue, St Martin


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Property name

Petit Haut du Rue


Rue de La Clochette, St Martin

Type of property

Four-bay house with possible 16th century origins. The property has now been divided into three residential units


  • 1 Petit Haut du Rue sold for £350,000 in April 2019 and £473,500 in August that year
  • 2 Petit Haut du Rue sold for £350,000 in Aprin 2019 and £473,500 in August that year
  • 3 Petit Haut du Rue sold for £350,000 in April 2019 and £300,000 in August that year

Families associated with the property

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This early, four-bay house retains many original features internally and externally. It also shows the progression of development over the centuries with its early 19th century internal features.

As a farm group it remains intact. The origins of the house may date from the 16th century as evidenced by the fireplaces.

The front facade is original although the windows have been lengthened at a later date (17th century). The rear outshot is a later addition of the early 19th century.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Ground floor east room has corbelled granite fireplace with joggle stones, chamfered jambs with drop stops at top and moulded stops at base. Ground floor northeast room has late 19th century cast iron fireplace and grate which matches those in first floor northwest and southwest rooms. First floor east room retains a partially obscured granite corbelled fireplace with chamfered jambs with drop chamfer stops.

West outbuildings retain pig pens.

Old Jersey Houses

Not mentioned in either volume despte probabl17th, or even 16th century origins

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