Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue du Crocquet, St Aubin
Type of property
Town house on High Street
Sold for £260,000 in 2001 and £710,000 in 2015
Families associated with the property
- Norman: Elizabeth Norman was living here when she made her will in 1908. She left a life interest in the property to Esther Le Gros, reverting to Philippe Aubin. If he died before Mrs Norman the property would pass to the Procureurs du Bien Public of Trinity for the benefit of the poor of Trinity.
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine example of a terraced merchant townhouse with 18th century origins and with good surviving original exterior and interior features of architectural and historic interest of 18th/19th century date.
Exterior proportions and form together with substantial stack appear 18th century or earlier. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Terraced merchant townhouse located towards the top of a steep hill, on the original main road into St Aubin. Two storeys plus attic and basement, three bays. Tile roof, rendered copings, rendered stack on south, brick on north, lined render walls in ashlar effect.
Central inset entrance reached via steps has four-panel door, with upper panels glazed with fine decorative etched glass. Overlight and sidelights.